The Škocjan Caves were entered on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites on 28 November 1986. The Škocjan Caves are, above all, a natural phenomenon of global significance, ranking side by side with the Grand Canyon, the Great Barrier Reef, the Galapagos Islands, Mount Everest and others.
ON THE COASTLINE
One of the most photogenic cities in the Mediterranean, Piran has preserved its unsurpassed charm.
TO THE TOP
Triglav is Slovenia’s national symbol and pride, which we carry in our hearts as well as on our flag. Its pyramid-shape summit rises above the central Julian Alps and is clearly visible from near and far.
Ljubljana is the European Green Capital 2016 and the proud holder of a Tourism for Tomorrow 2015 award. Being a city with a green soul and a high level of environmental awareness, it has managed to preserve its green character to the present day.
The Radovna river cuts the Vintgar gorge deep between the hills of Hom and Boršt. The gorge is flanked by steep slopes overgrown with beech forests.
ON THE SNOW
VOGEL SKI CENTRE
Ski centres in Triglav National Park are forbidden from using artificial snow, which gives skiers a good taste of adventure in pure nature.