Tolmin Gorge Trail

Tolmin gorge (Tolminska korita) is a gorge-ous natural attraction in Slovenia. It is the lowest and southern most point of Triglav National Park based at the confluence of Tolminka and Zadlaščica river. Tolmin Gorge is 200 metres long, about 60 meters deep and between 5 to 10 meters wide gorge and definitely one of the …

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Summer Soca valley

Soca valley in the summer time is worth a visit despite the fact that this is a peak time of the year. Days are long and warm just perfect for experiencing plenty of outdoor fun, lying down on the carpets of blooming wildflowers and visiting natural sights. What to do in Soca valley during the …

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Slovenia Orange Wine

Orange wine is a big thing in Slovenia. Orange wine is not made out of oranges but it is the world’s oldest wine style, rarely heard of and usually misunderstood. Orange wine has become the fourth color on wine lists all around the globe besides whites, reds and rosés. Over the past decade, however, orange …

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Soca valley Railway Experience

Soca valley railway experience is unique experience in Slovenia that connects Julian Alps and Adriatic Sea. This three-hour-long train ride on the 89-kilometers section of the line from Gorenjska region (Jesenice) to Primorska region (Nova Gorica) is a spectacular adventure of Slovenia’s upland highlights, numerous gorges, bridges and tunnels so as picturesque mountain villages along …

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What to do and see in Brda region?

Hilly wineland of Brda region, the hidden corner of Western Slovenia, with its rolling hills, hilltop villages, vineyard terraces is unique part of Slovenia fortunately (still) neglected by tourist flow and mass tourism. Due to award winning wines (believe it or not, but Brda region has the highest number of medals in wine industry per …

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