Discreet, yet charming and beautiful, Slovenia is a true hidden gem. Tucked away between Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary, Slovenia offers mesmerizing landscapes for nature lovers. Here, you will find anything that you need to enjoy a relaxing and unforgettable vacation. The capital, Ljubljana dates back to the Middle Ages, rebuilt under the Austrian Empire, renovated by the famous Slovenian architect Plecnik, and dotted with touches of Art Nouveau architecture.
Located on the border of the Austrian Alps, Bled and its majestic lake are the entryway to the “Triglav” national park, which lies at the heart of the mountain and valleys. The town of Piran, also known as “the Italian”, brims with Venetian charm on the Adriatic Sea.
It is a real pleasure to spend a holiday in Slovenia at any season. The choice of activities to enjoy while here is endless: biking, sailing, golfing, hiking in the mountain, skiing and many cultural excursions.
Itinerary in Slovenia
A Week in Slovenia via Trieste
Travelers will depart for Piran, Slovenia, from Trieste, a historical town–also known as “the last city of the North East” of Italy, and arrive on the 47-kilometer Slovenian coastline, bordered by Italy, and Croatia. Located to the north of the Adriatic and at the heart of the Slovenian Istria, the ancient city of Piran will seduce with its charm and authenticity. The tour will include a visit to the heart of the country to the Karst region, where you will visit caves and the Predjama Castle, flanked on a mountain. The week will end with a visit of the capital Ljublijana, the political, administrative, and commercial capital of Slovenia.