More than three hundred thousand people visit Slovenia every month. While other European countries continue to record a decline in tourists’ number, Slovenia seems to be flourishing and tourists finding it appealing. 

Slovenia stands out for its cute alpines and gorgeous ski resorts. Most of the cities lie in a mass of blooming vegetation. 

You should visit Slovenia if you want to witness the beauty, but first, let me take you through the top “must visit”places in the charming country.


Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia and one of the greenest city in Europe. Main features of the town include the Ljubljanica River which meanders through the city and the vast Tivoli Park. While in the city, you can visit the National Museum of Slovenia and get a few insights about Slovenia history. Art galleries also add to the beauty of the town.


Once you set foot into Maribor, book a bus and head to Pohorje Mountain which is a small paradise within the city. In the winter—at the mountain—you can ski at the Maribor ski resort, while summers open up the place for hikes and hiking. Maribor also hosts Slovenia’s oldest vines and the 1250 ft vine covered pyramid hill.

Lake Bled

Lake Bled is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The lake is rich with beauty and has a small island, which you can access via a paddle boat or a pletna. In the island, there is a tower with a bell, which you can ring if you want your wishes to come true. If you love hiking, you can trek around the lake or visit the 1000 years old castle within the lake for more scenic views of the lake.

Vintgar Gorge

Vintar gorge is one of the best experiences you can have in Slovenia. The ravine goes through caverns and rocks, and you use broad-ways beside the river to explore the 13-meter high sum waterfall, rapids and art galleries along the gorge. The Vintgar gauge experience will leave you with one of your most beautiful memories.  

Triglav National Park

Triglav is the largest national park in Europe. Most tourists visit Slovenia to climb the Triglav Mountain. The park is full of activities, and no one can get bored. Main events in the park include nature walking, hiking, water sports, and rock climbing.

The park has bountiful scenic attractions. From Waterfalls, canyons, lakes, and rivers; Triglav has everything.