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Triglav National Park
Triglav National Park

Facts about Slovenia

Area: 20 273 sq km

Population: 1 995 000

Capital: Ljubljana

Other major cities: Maribor, Celje, Kranj, Koper and Novo Mesto

Currency: Euro (EUR)

Language: Slovenian

Telephone country code: 00 386

Time Zone: CET (GMT + 1 hour)


Slovenia Top Destinations

Formerly known as Laibach, Ljubljana is the youngest capital on the Continent. The castle is one of Ljubljana’s main tourist attractions, providing an all-round panorama of the city and its environs.More...

Triglav National Park is Slovenia’s only national park and is one of the largest natural parks in Europe. The park lies in the vicinity of high stony mountains including Mount Triglav (2864 m); the highest mountain of Slovenia.More...

The picturesque Renaissance Predjama castle in Slovenia stands on a 123 meters high cliff. The most famous inhabitant of the castle was Erazem of Predjama, rebellious knight in the 15th century.More...

Izola is a lively tourist town on the Slovenian coast. Special architecture of the ancient town core demonstrates a rich history of a town which was once an island.More...

The old seaport of Piran lies at the end of the Piran peninsula, which gradually narrows between the bays of Strunjan and Piran. The peninsula reaches Cape Madona, ending with the Šavrini hills. More...

World Heritage Sites in Slovenia

Located in southwest part of Slovenia, in the Kras region, Škocjan Caves are among the most famous karstic phenomena in the world. More...