12 Images that will make you want to visit Slovenia
With remote mountain cabins, glacial lakes, and the incredibly pretty capital of Ljubljana, Slovenia offers the perfect outdoor getaway. Don’t believe us? Check out these 12 images instead!
Tolminska Korita (Also called Tolmin gorge) is a 1km long gorge located in the southern part of the Triglav National Park. The gorge is easily accessed by a well-maintained trail with various viewpoints, providing incredible views of these stunning blue waters. The entrance to the gorge is a 15 min walk from the town Tolmin – Images by @nix_on_an_adventure
Predjama Castle in Slovenia has been perched in the middle of a 123-metre-high cliff for more than 800 years. Behind the castle is a network of secret tunnels and underneath you’ll find the second longest cave in Slovenia. The longest cave is the one in Postojna, which is just around the corner and can easily be combined on a day trip. – Images by @visual.passport
Velika Planina is another small piece of paradise in Slovenia. It’s a perfect place to visit, admire nature, and eat some great food at any time of year. But we love to hike there the most when it’s totally covered in snow and it feels almost as if you were hiking somewhere in Lapland! – Images by @mihael.cc
Lake Jasna is a small, aquamarine lake with white sand around its rim and the high mountain peaks of the Julian Alps as a dramatic backdrop. – Images by @coconutsandcamels
Sitting high on the hill above the pretty Slovenian port town of Piran you will find one of its most remarkable landmarks: The Church of St. George. This church was reconstructed in the early 17th century in a Venetian Renaissance style and the bell tower is actually modeled after St. Mark’s Campanile in Venice. – Images by @visual.passport
Lake Bled is undoubtedly one of the most popular highlights in Slovenia and it’s immediately clear why.
Amidst the mountainous landscape lies a beautiful clear blue lake. In the middle an enchanting little island with a beautiful church. Bled Castle towers above the lake and idyllic boats and little ducks glide across the water. – Images by @visual.passport
Written by Lucy Kaufmann