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Slovenia’s tourism is growing each year and visitors from around the world enjoy weekend breaks in Ljubljana. Many will stay within the capital, enjoying its rich architecture and cafe culture, others may take a trip to the famous Lake Bled, but what other delights are tourists missing out on? Here we’ll give our top ten suggestions of some of the lesser known beauty spots that are equally worth a visit and within easy reach of Ljubljana.
Škocjanski Zatok, Jošt Gantar
The municipality of Moravske Toplice consists of 28 settlements and is considered the largest urban administration unit of Pomurje. This north-eastern part of Slovenia, with its culinary delights, acclaimed wine producers and natural health spas, is a popular choice for tourists.
On April 14th 1818 Luka Čeč, along with his colleagues, was preparing lights in the cave for a forthcoming visit from Austrian Emperor Franz I. Whilst in the Great Hall, Luka disappeared through some rocks and discovered one of today’s most famous caves in the world.
A fun day out for all the family where history comes to life!
The hugely popular Vulkanija has been educating children (shh, don’t tell them) since August 2013. With the help of Oli the Mole, your underground expert, you’ll learn about the volcanos and geological features of the Goričko region. Oli will bring history to life and explain geology in a clear and exciting way using the most advanced stereoscopic 3D cinema in Slovenia.
When I first visited Piran in 2004, it wasn’t quite the tourist hot spot it is today. But a quiet place. Call me old-fashioned, or just old, but I liked that, still do. However what I also like most about Piran is that it’s so picturesque. There’s a sense of history, but a comparatively peaceful history.