Slovenia has many attractions
The small country between the southern edge of the Alps and the Adriatic coast is so far spared by the large number of tourists. Bounded on the north of Italy, bordering Austria and Croatia to the south, Slovenia has remained most travelers only as a transit country on the journey south in memory. Wrongly: Slovenia has a wealth of natural, cultural and historical attractions that makes the country a haven for relaxation-seeking vacationers, outdoor enthusiasts and culture vultures. Explore a treasure in the middle of Europe and discover the magic of Slovenia with the car.
Natural beauties in the karst landscape
The caves of Scokjan are UNESCO World Heritage
Awesome natural beauty are the country whose territory is smaller than that of Switzerland. Different landscape structures could arise in the course of millennia impressive natural monuments that can be achieved with a rental at best. In the hinterland of Trieste, is a karst landscape that brings spectacular cave systems. A UNESCO world heritage include the caves of Skocjan. They were created by erosion of the river Reka and weathering. Gigantic stalactites that reach a height of 15 meters, and bizarre rock formations add to the appeal of this cave. Another cave system you can even traveled with a train, is located in Postojna. You can combine this trip with a visit to the castle of Predjama. With the car the track is completed in five minutes. Cultural historians will find the huge cave castle from the 12th Century only superlatives. Embark on a journey into the past and explore the narrow corridors and mysterious shafts in the rock behind the castle.
Discoveries on the edge of the Alps of Slovenia
Slovenia is a paradise for mountaineers and hikers
At the southern edge of the Alps in Slovenia Nature has created a number of unique natural beauty. The Triglav National Park is a hiking class and a paradise for outdoor activists. The mighty summit of Mount Triglav, with its 2, 864 meters, also the highest mountain in Slovenia. Climbers every year try to climb its rocky peak. The mountain rivers have carved over the millennia deep gorges into the rock. On the pastures of the highlands are still ancient farmhouses with wood bony walls in which cheese is made in the traditional way. With the car you arrive in no time at Lake Bled, the turquoise blue sparkles in the sun. In the middle of the glacier is on a tiny island, the Church of the Assumption whose foundation walls from the 11th Century date. High above the lake rises on a steep rock like a guard, the oldest castle in Slovenia. Already in 1011 it was first mentioned and can be visited today.
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