Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana where most travellers first see is a charming city and is adorned with a hilltop castle. The country’s second largest city is Maribor and is full of museums and galleries to visit.
As most of Slovenia is located in the Karst Plateau and the Julian Alps, the country boasts some breathtaking scenery. Right in the centre of the Alps is Lake Bohinj which is one of the country’s highlights.
The Skocjan Caves, Slovenia’s only UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site is located in the South East of the country, not far from Trieste in Italy. They entail a total of 6km of underground passages, a host of waterfalls and one of the largest underground chambers in the world.