Tourism in Slovenia - Vacation
A new holiday destination in Europe. The historical
attachment of the Slovene people to Austria, Italy, and
Hungary is still reflected in their dialects, customs, and
thinking. According to the regions of the former Austrian
Empire, Slovenes are called - Kranjci - (Carniolans) . The
new Central European country of Slovenia is situated on the
sunny side of the Alps between the Adriatic Sea and the
Pannonian Plain. It occupies barely 8000 square miles. Find
Hotels, Guesthouses and other vacation
information on Slovenia at Randburg.
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forty years of invaluable experience in charter and scheduled
Tourist Board - Vacation information
Bled and its lake offer exactly what modern business people
need most: peace, comfort, and at the same time a creative
atmosphere, excellent links with the outside world, and
modern facilities for business contacts of the highest category.
City Municipality of Celje - A must stop when in
Celje is the third largest city in Slovenia and is the administrative,
business, economic, commercial, cultural, educational, medical,
sports, and market center of the region.
of Domzale -
The Municipality of Domzale is known for its rapid development.
It lies at one of the most important; cross-roads that have
linked the Danube area with the Mediterranean since Roman
times. Today this is part of the European route from Barcelona
Hotel Union - Hotels in Slovenia
The Four star hotels
Grand Hotel Union and Holiday Inn traditionally
offer excellent quality and service. Both hotels are designed
to meet the specific needs of business travellers.
Grosuplje has a pleasant location just fifteen kilometres
from Ljubljana and has good prospects for further development.
Its metal, provisions, timber and construction industries
provide a living for approximately 4,500 inhabitants.
The Municipality of Idrija.
The Municipality of Idrija covers an area of 293 square
km and has 12,000 residents. It spans the upper river basin
of the Idrijca and the picturesque mountains, representing
a transition between the sub-alpine and karst regions.
Located between the Krka and Kolpa rivers, the Municipality
of Kocevje is a rich region, the heart of Slovenian woodland.
Its wealth lies in its forests, its unspoiled nature, and
its abundant and well-protected wild animals and plants.
Koratur d.d. is a coach and tourist company located in Prevalje
in the heart of the Mezica Valley. Its primary activity
is public transport
City Municipality of Kranj.
The City Municipality of Kranj is located in the central
part of Gorenjska, Slovenias north-western region at the
foot of the Alps. It has a population of 51,000 and covers
an area of 148 square km.
Municipality of Krsko.
The Municipality of Krsko in south-eastern Slovenia is located
where the Sava River valley widens into the spacious Krsko
polje plain which is bordered on the south by the lazy current
of the Krka River. The geographical position and landscape
of the municipality favours the development of agriculture
City Municipality of Ljubljana. -
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Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a dynamic European
city lying in a broad basin between the Alps and the Adriatic
Sea. Right down to the present day, the transit character
of this area has stimulated the constant growth of economic
and cultural ties with other cities and nations.
The Municipality of Logatec has a population of 10,000 and
is situated at the junction of the Julian Alps and the Dinaric
Alps only thirty kilometers from Ljubljana.
Municipality of Maribor.
Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia, next to
the capital Ljubljana. The municipality has a population
of around 133.000. Maribor is the main cultural, commercial
and industrial center od the eastern part of Slovenia and
has an advantageous position at the juncture of roads and
railways from Vienna to Trieste and Zagrab.
City Municipality of Nova Gorica.
The town of Nova Gorica lies by the Italian border, between
the Alps and the sea. The municipality covers 324 square
km of diverse terrain, and has a population of 42,000, of
whom 12,500 are employed at 1100 different companies.
City Municipality of Novo mesto.
In the south-east of the country, in the valley of the emerald-green
Krka river, lies one of the most beautiful regions of Slovenia
- Dolenjska. Novo mesto is the main administrative, cultural,
religious and business centre of Dolenjska.
Municipality of Piran.
The Municipality of Piran is renowned as the most touristically
developed municipality in Slovenia. With 17,500 residents
and covering an area of 44 km, we belong among the middle-sized
municipalities of Slovenia; most importantly, we have eighteen
kilometers of sea coast with still operating salt works
in Secovlje and Strunjan
Municipality of Ptuj.
Ptuj is the cultural, administrative, economic, employment,
educational, and traffic center of the wider region. A rich
cultural heritage, wine cellars, farm produce, thermal waters,
a century-long tradition of poultry farming, handicrafts
and Ptuj Lake.
On the road from Ljubljana towards Kocevje, at a distance
of some 40 km from the Slovenian capital lies a sizeable
town called Ribnica, which is also the administrative centre
of the municipality of the same name.
Slovene Railways (Slovenske zeleznice) is a joint-stock
company operating a varied, modern and environmentally friendly
The Municipality of Skofja Loka.
The picturesque town of Skofja Loka, located at the confluence
of the two Sora rivers and watched over by its imposing
castle, attests to the rich and turbulent history of this
area. Skofja Loka today pleasantly combines a thousand years
of tradition with a modern touch.
of Slovenske Konjice.
The Municipality of Slovenske Konjice is located in the
Dravinja Valley in north-eastern Slovenia. It spreads over
97.8 square kilometers and has a population of 13,600. One
hundred kilometers from Ljubljana, it is easily reachable
by expressway and via the sport airport in Loce.
Savinja River Valley.
In the colourful mosaic of Slovene landscapes, the Upper
Savinja River Valley can be described as an area marked
by various panoramas of alpine peaks over 2000-meters high.
The densely forested lower mountains ranges and the mysterious
river valleys, basins, and ravines are also part of this
spectacular alpine world.
Municipality of Zalec.
The Municipality of Zalec includes the Savinja Valley and
the surrounding hills. The valley is as flat as a table
and surrounded by hills where small white churches and houses
glow wherever you look.
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