Tourism in Slovenia

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Tourism to Slovenia

Slovenia is a small country located between Italy, Croatia, Hungary, and Australia, and its area is estimated at 27,320 km2, and its population is approximately 2,055.496 people 89% of them are Slovenians, and because it is a small country, many tourists may not know it, but it is a country characterized by its beauty, breathtaking nature and its features The historical city has a part of the Gulf of Venice coast, which is part of the Adriatic Sea, as it is considered one of the least expensive tourist places in Europe, and the currency in circulation is the euro.

History of Slovenia

In the sixth and eighth century AD, the peoples of Slovenia lived with the Slavs in the Balkans, and between them and the Romans and the Germans became well connected, so that they formed an independent state for them called Krantania, which remained for a hundred years before it came to Germanic rule, and then it returned to independence at the end of the fifteenth century and happened in it Many of the tremendous political and social changes, and in 1991, Slovenia annexed the Yugoslavian Union, and in 2004 AD it included the European Union.

Geography and Climate

In Slovenia you see four beautiful regions: the Alps, the Bannon Plains, the Dinardi Mountains, and the Mediterranean, and the highest mountain peaks are the Triglav peak, which reaches a height of approximately 2864 m, i.e. it is about 557 m above sea level, and this country is distinguished by its forests that overwhelm On more than half of the country, it was classified as the third country that contains forests after Finland and Sweden, and its climate varies from region to region and is classified as an alpine climate at mountain areas, an average climate on the coast, and a continental climate in the valleys and highlands that exist in the east of the country.

The most famous tourist areas

  • Ljubljana: It is the capital city and it has the most famous tourist places, including:
    • The Tivoli Garden, which is the largest park in the city with an area of ​​five square kilometers, was established in the year 1813 AD (the period of French rule), and it was also restored in the year 1920 by the famous architect Yuge Bletchenik, the engineer who designed the Jakobch Park The National Museum and Tivoli Castle with its gym.
    • Ljubljana castle.
    • City Square.
    • Dragon Bridge and Triple Bridge.
    • Ljubljana River.
  • old City.
    • It contains three main squares and many restaurants and cafes.
    • Bled Castle is one of the oldest castles in the country and also contains a famous museum.
    • Lake Bled, which is one of the most beautiful lakes that formed naturally when the ice melted, has a depth of 31 m and many sporting events are held on it.
    • VINTGAR GORGE RIVER.
  • River Sava
  • Predjama Castle
  • Postojna Cave is a strange, one of the most famous and largest caves space, as it is fully equipped for tourists to visit and witness its beauty and magnificence, and it is made up of a room known as the melody hall where musical ceremonies are held, as it contains the lower and upper papillae and many rare animals that have been quarried since ages Icy.
  • Piran Main Square.
    • Piran Port from which cruises, fishing and swimming originate.
    • Piran Museum located on the harbor, where many exhibitions are held.
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