• Short breaks in the Logarska Valley – where heaven comes down to Earth
  • A day in the Plitvice National Park
  • Kornati Islands National Park

Customer reviews

For an hour and a half we were like Hobbits in Lord of the Rings, threading our way along a subtly-lit path through the stalagmites and a jaw-dropping cavern that I guess would have swallowed the world’s biggest sports stadium.

The food choices were all delicious and it was great to see the city with a local’s perspective.

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Natural Wonders

Every shade of green

Impossible to ignore clichés, used to describe Slovenia, such as »a land of mesmerizing beauty«, »Europe’s most well-kept secret« or »an unexpected revelation«, which eventually turn out to be understatements when seen in person. For a country of just two million people, Slovenia has much more than its share of sights and attractions – so diverse and rich with natural wonders. If you are not willing to climb on a mountain, paddle in wild emerald rivers or dive into the undergrond, you may be missing out the best travel experience of a lifetime. The wider Balkan area features an impressive list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, stretching from Slovenia with the karstic Škocjan caves down south to Croatia with Plitvice Lakes National Park, Kornati National Park, Stari Grad Plain on Hvar island, Velebit mountain and the natural and architectural ensemble of Jajce in Bosnia and Herzegovina just to name a few.

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