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14. Jan 2020
Secovlje
Secovlje is a small settlement belonging to the municipality of Piran. They are a former salt works settlement, located along the eastern edge of the Secovlje Salt-pans. The place is already mentioned in Roman times, as evidenced by archaeological finds. The center of Secovlje is consolidated next to the church of Saint Martin from 1822. In 1986, they made the tourist and sports airport, which today is the international airport of Portoroz Airport. Secovlje is best known for its salt pans, which are mentioned in the 12th century. Salt production was updated in the 14th century, and the salt pans experienced a boom during the Austro-Hungarian period. The salt pans at the time wer ...
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14. Jan 2020
Portoroz - Salt magazine
Portoroz is the largest and most visited seaside resort in Slovenia. The first embryos of the settlement date back to the Roman period. It was known as a health resort in the 13th century. The earliest economic activity was the salt industry. The salt pans were initially owned by the municipality and then leased to the Piran people. Due to the Mediterranean climate, the cozy location of the Gulf of Piran, the sandy coastal plain and the lush vegetation, it has long attracted domestic and foreign visitors. The sprawling settlement between Piran and Lucia houses hotels, holiday homes and hostels. The College of Tourism and the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport are located i ...
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14. Jan 2020
Portoroz - Sencna pot
Portoroz is the largest seaside resort in Slovenia, which has long attracted many tourists due to its mild Mediterranean climate, lush vegetation, great position in the Bay of Piran and the sandy coastal plain. Portoroz was already known as a health resort in the 13th century, when Benedictines from the monastery of Saint Lawrence with brine and seawater treated various ailments. Today, Portoroz is a highly tourist destination with many hotels, marinas, educational institutions, the nearby international airport and the Secovlje Salt-pans. From the Sencna pot - Shadow Trail we have a wonderful view of the Bay of Portoroz with its surroundings. The path leads us past beautifully de ...
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14. Jan 2020
Ljubljana - Quarter Community Smarna Gora
Quarter community Smarna Gora Hill is a smaller unit of the City of Ljubljana. It covers the areas under the foothills of Smarna Gora Hill and Rasica and the northern part of Ljubljana on the left bank of the Sava River. The community includes the settlements Gameljne, Rasica, Smartno and Tacen. In terms of population, it is the smallest community of the 17 municipalities of the City of Ljubljana. Gameljne is divided into Lower, Middle and Upper Gameljne. Rasica is a smaller, lumpy village. Above the village, at the top of Stanet Kosac, there is a mountain hut and a lookout tower, erected in 1957. Smartno has an interesting old village center, which is located next to the church. T ...
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14. Jan 2020
Plecnik
Church of St. Mihaela is located in Crna vas on the Ljubljana Marshes. It is a Roman Catholic church that belongs to the parish of Ljubljana - Barje. It was built in 1938 on the initiative of the parish priest, Fran Saleski Finzgar, and the catechist Karl Matkovic, nephew of the renowned Slovenian architect, Joze Plecnik, who also made the plan for the church. As the church stands in a marshy area, it was built on pilots. The foot of the Church of St. Michael is stone and the rest is made in wood. An interesting stone bridge leads to the church nave. The interior is very modest, since most of the equipment is wooden and sewage pipes were used for certain support columns. The outsid ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora
Kranjska Gora is the largest town and center of the Upper Sava Valley. It is an important mountain tourist destination and a world-renowned winter sports center, mainly because of the annual Vitranc Alpine Skiing World Cup competitions. It is also known for its flights and jumps in the Planica Valley. The history of Kranjska Gora begins only in the middle of the 14th century, when they started deforestation and turned them into agricultural lands and pastures for cattle and sheep. Until then, the upper part of the Sava Dolinka had been little populated. From a strategic point of view, Kranjska Gora became important during World War I, when Russian prisoners built a military road ac ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora - Old Town Centre
Despite its tourist development, Kranjska Gora has preserved the old layout of the village. Most of the old houses, farm buildings of the Carinthian type, were also modernized. In the old town center you can see the Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary, the Liznjek House, the birthplace of Joseph Vandot and others. In the area of today's church there used to be another church called Mary on the White Pebble. Only the Romanesque bell tower, built of sand squares, was preserved from it. The Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary was built in 1510 in the late Gothic style. The contractor was Jernej Firtaler from Villach. Carinthian influence is seen in the nave, which is decorated ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora - Ski slope
Kranjska Gora is located in the Upper Sava Valley, in the northwest of Slovenia. It lies at the mouth of the Pisnica River to the Sava Dolinka and belongs to the narrower area of the Triglav National Park. It is surrounded by the peaks of Mala Mojstrovka, Vitranc, Razor and Prisank. It is an important mountain tourist destination and a well-known winter sports center. Around the old village core of Kranjska Gora, a new part of the village has been developed, which is primarily intended for tourism. It consists of hotels, holiday homes, guesthouses, a shopping center and recreational facilities. Kranjska Gora with its neighboring settlements Podkoren, Ratece, Gozd Martuljek and th ...
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14. Jan 2020
Ljubljana - Quarter Community Roznik
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, offering visitors numerous cultural and natural sights worth seeing. Due to its geographical location, the city is also an ideal starting point for discovering the beauties of Slovenia. The City of Ljubljana is divided into 17 quarter communities. They are Center, Bezigrad, Golovec, Dravlje, Moste, Jarse, Posavje, Polje, Roznik, Sostro, Rudnik, Siska, Sentvid, Smarna gora, Vic and Trnovo. The community of Roznik is a narrower unit of the City of Ljubljana, which covers the southwest of the Roznik hill, which is a popular promenade of the people of Ljubljana. The community was established in mid-January 2001 and covers the former local communi ...
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14. Jan 2020
Ljubljana - Zoo
The Ljubljana Zoo was established in 1949. The first animal cages were located in the heart of Ljubljana until it moved to its present area in 1951. The zoo is today located in the southwestern part of Roznik. It has about 7 kilometers of walking paths and occupies about 20 ha of land. The Ljubljana Zoo has about 200,000 visitors every year. They have been developing as a modern zoo since 1988. Representatives of native and native species are grown in the zoo. Birds and mammals predominate, and they also breed amphibians, reptiles and some species of spiders, snails and insects. At the Ljubljana Zoo you can see lions, brown bears, ostriches, camels, meerkats, emu, asian elephant, ...
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14. Jan 2020
Zoo - Statues of Janez Boljka
The Ljubljana Zoo is located in the southern part of the Sisenski hrib, Roznik and Tivoli Landscape Parks. It can be reached from the city center of Ljubljana, from Siska or from the Ljubljana bypass. It is a popular excursion destination which has about 200,000 visitors every year. The zoo has about 7 kilometers of walking paths and occupies about 20 ha of land. They have been developing as a modern zoo since 1988. An interesting statue of a bull awaits us at the entrance to the zoo, which is the work of sculptor and graphic artist Janez Boljka (1931). Bolka is considered to be the originator of Slovenian surrealist sculpture, and stylistically it is one of the modern surrealist ...
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14. Jan 2020
Zoo - Farm animals
The Ljubljana Zoo is located on the southern slope of Roznik and occupies about 20 ha of land. It lies in the area of natural forest and meadows and is part of the protected landscape park Tivoli, Sisenski hrib and Roznik. The zoo is about half an hour's walk from Ljubljana's city center. The precursor to the garden was pheasantry or castle manageries - the Auersperg garden with pheasants, rabbits, carnivores and rare poultry. The garden is home to animal species from all continents, and is especially proud of species specific to the area where the Pannonian, Alpine and Mediterranean worlds meet. There are about 500 animals in total. Visitors can see giraffes, Persian leopards, z ...
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14. Jan 2020
Zoo - Peasant
The Ljubljana Zoo was established in 1949. It is located in the beautiful natural surroundings of meadows and forests and is part of the protected landscape park Tivoli, Sisenski hrib and Roznik. The peasant's cottage and the hayrack are located in the initial area of the zoo, adjacent to the domestic animals. In the past, cottage was a living place where workers and their families lived and worked on the farm. It is divided into a kitchen, a granary and a lounge, which was also a bedroom. The cottage at the zoo was transferred from the village of Vrh near Kriz close to town Zuzemberk and was built in 1781. Hayrack is a special feature of Slovenian architecture, which is widespread ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora - Park with sculptures
Kranjska Gora is a well-known sports and tourist center that attracts many local and foreign visitors throughout the year. The story of the place goes back to the second half of the 14th century, when the inhabitants began to clear forests and turn them into pastures for cattle and sheep and agricultural centers. It became strategically important during First World War, when Russian prisoners made a military road across the Vrsic Pass from the Sava Valley to the Soca River Valley. As a tourist destination, Kranjska Gora became famous with the construction of the railway line and the first visitors. In the later times, however, the summers and the jumps in Planica brought the name ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora - The Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary
Despite the rapid development of tourism, the old layout of a typical village settlement was preserved in Kranjska Gora. Many farm buildings, old houses and buildings of the Carinthian type have been modernized for tourist purposes. The Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary is located in the old town center of Kranjska Gora. According to the old tradition, the church stood at a very early age and was called Mary on the White Pebble. A Romanesque bell tower made of sand squares has been preserved from the former church. The present-day church is a late Gothic building dating from 1510. The contractor was master Jernej Firtaler from Villach. Carinthian influence is mainly seen in t ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora - Square in front of the Tourist Information Centre
Kranjska Gora is the largest tourist destination in the Upper Sava Valley. It is located on a slightly widespread and flat valley area between the Sava Dolinka and Pisnica rivers. From here you can enjoy a wonderful view of the hinterland in the background - Vitranc, Mala Mojstrovka, Prisank, Razor and Skrlatica. Kranjska Gora is extremely touristy, with many hotels and private rooms, and well-developed tourist infrastructure such as a multipurpose gym, indoor swimming pools, ski slopes with chairlifts and ski lifts, walking trails, cycle paths, tennis courts, inns , restaurants and more. The Square in front of the Tourist Information Center is located in the heart of Kranjska Gora ...
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14. Jan 2020
Kranjska Gora - Snow beach
Kranjska Gora is a well-known sports and tourist center, located in the upper part of the Valley at the mouth of the Pisnica into the Sava Dolinka, beneath the mighty peaks of Razor (2601 m), Vitranc (1631 m) and Mala Mojstrovka (2332 m). As a tourist destination, Kranjska Gora became famous with the construction of the railway line and the first visitors. In the later times, however, the summers and the jumps in Planica brought the name of the valley and Kranjska Gora into the world. This contributed to the rapid tourist development of the area, especially when the first ski lifts were erected on the slopes of Vitranc in the late 1950s. Skiing has a long tradition in the town. The ...
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14. Jan 2020
Debeli Rtic
Cape Debeli Rtic is located in the northern part of the Slovenian coast, near the border with Italy. The natural environment in this area is still very well preserved and diverse, as there are no major settlements on the peninsula. The park and the coast at Debeli Rtic are also protected, which is why a special regime is in force, which prohibits all interventions and destruction of natural heritage. Debeli Rtic Youth Spa and Debeli Rtic RKS Resort are located on Debeli Rtic, built in 1955. Debeli Rtic Protected Area covers about eight hundred meters of coastline in the western area of the Debeli Rtic Peninsula. It includes a 200 meter coastal strip, walls and cliff edge and a te ...
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14. Jan 2020
Debeli Rtic - Beach
Cape Debeli Rtic extends on the northern part of the Slovenian coast, near the border with Italy. The Mediterranean Park and the coastline at Debeli Rtic are protected and therefore a special regime is in force, which prohibits all interventions and destruction of natural heritage. Debeli Rtic Youth Spa and Debeli Rtic RKS Resort are located on Debeli Rtic, built in 1955. The protected area covers about eight hundred meters of coastline in the westernmost area of the Debeli Rtic Peninsula. It includes a 200 meter coastal strip, cliff walls and edge, and a terrace at the foot of the cliff. The picturesque cliff walls are 12 to 21 meters high and have different geomorphological com ...
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14. Jan 2020
Secovlje - Church of St. Martin
Secovlje is a clustered village that belongs to the Municipality of Piran. It lies on a low hill in the middle of the wide floodplain of the Dragonja and Drnica rivers, east of the Secovlje Salt-pans, whose area is protected as a landscape park. Nearby is the Portoroz Airport. The former salt works settlement is clustered around Saint Martin's Church in the western part of the village of Secovlje. The sacral object stands on a walled pier and is surrounded by a series of cypresses. The parish church was rebuilt in 1822. The one-nave church has a three-axis main facade, with a bell tower and a tympanum on the back wall. Secovlje is best known for its salt pans, which over the cent ...
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14. Jan 2020
Ljubljana - Trnovski pristan Embankment
Ljubljana has a charm of small towns, but at the same time the benefits of big cities. It has many gardens, greenery, parks and three green hills, which provide a rural atmosphere almost in the middle of the city, but also many cultural events, various restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and patisseries. The Ljubljanica River gives Ljubljana a special charm. With its tidy banks, lush greenery and the fauna, it is perfect for sitting and walking. The town center from the Dragon Bridge to Spica and Gradascica all the way to Trnovo Church is one of the most beautiful and romantic parts of the town. Once upon a time, Podpec stone was unloaded from ships between the outfall of Gradascica ...
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14. Jan 2020
Ljubljana - Hradecky Bridge
Ljubljana is considered to be an undiscovered European pearl, which many compare to Prague because of its beautiful architecture. The symbol of the city is the dragon that stands on the Dragon Bridge, and the most recognizable feature of the city is the Ljubljana Castle. The city is also known as a green city, with a number of beautifully landscaped parks and a Botanical Garden, which has been in operation since 1810. A popular spot for relaxation and socializing is Tivoli Central Park, which is also an open-air exhibit. The Karst river, a dreamy Ljubljanica, winds across the city of Ljubljana. The rich archaeological finds from different historical periods make it an important c ...
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14. Jan 2020
Ljubljana - Prule Bridge
Ljubljana is one of the medium-sized European cities that has all that the capitals have. The city is known for its many cultural and natural sights, which attract many foreign and domestic visitors. The most beautiful are the picturesque Ljubljana Castle, which is a medieval fort at the top of the green castle hill, Preseren Square, the main square in Ljubljana, which is adorned with a monument to the greatest Slovenian poet, France Preseren, the Triple Bridge and the Ljubljanica River, a market place, a Town Hall and many others. On the market, the stalls offer the freshest local produce, from fresh vegetables to succulent fruits and typical Slovenian meat and dairy products. T ...
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14. Jan 2020
Town Hall - Lobby
Ljubljana is an interesting city that boasts many historical and cultural attractions. It is known as a green city with many beautiful parks and a Botanical Garden. Ljubljana's central park is Tivoli, which is a popular spot for relaxation and socializing. The symbol of the city is the dragon located on the Dragon Bridge, and the most powerful feature of the city is certainly the Ljubljana Castle. From the castle lookout tower, visitors can enjoy the most beautiful view of the city, and there are several museum and other exhibitions in the castle premises. Ljubljana is known for its many squares, the most famous being the Town Square with the Town hall, the diocesan mansion and t ...
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14. Jan 2020
Town Hall - Hercules Statue
The City Hall, also called Rotovz or Magistrat, is the seat of the City of Ljubljana. It is located on Town Square, which, with its house, cathedral, diocesan mansion and fountain in the middle, is one of the most beautiful baroque ambiences in Central Europe. At the beginning of the 18th century, the baroque building was rebuilt from two older houses by Gregor Macek, according to the plans of Carl Martinuzzi. The facade is one of the finest examples of mature baroque in Ljubljana. Later the building was rebuilt several times, most thoroughly according to the plans of Svetozar Krizaj in 1963. In the lobby of the Magistrate is a statue of Hercules with a late 17th century lion tha ...
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14. Jan 2020
Town Hall - Central Atrium
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, boasting many cultural, historical and natural attractions. The Ljubljanica River gives a special mark to the city, next to which is the famous Triple Bridge. The mighty Ljubljana Castle rises above the city. Ljubljana is marked by numerous markets, one of which is with the most beautiful Baroque ambience, the Town Square with the Town Hall, the Diocesan mansion and the well in the middle. The town hall, also called Magistrat or Rotovz, was built in the 15th century and is now the seat of the City of Ljubljana. The house has at its disposal exhibition spaces, the main purpose of which is to present projects of the City of Ljubljana and projec ...
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14. Jan 2020
Town Hall -  Narcissus Fountain
The Town Hall, also called Rotovz or Magistrat, is the seat of the Town of Ljubljana. It was built in the late 15th century. The builder was Peter Bezlaj. Its current baroque appearance got in the 18th century. At the time, builder Gregor Macek, had designed it according to the plans of Carl Martinuzzi. Later, the building was rebuilt several times, most thoroughly in 1963, according to the plans of Svetozar Krizaj. The Town Hall facade reflects Venetian influence. In the lobby are preserved a statue of Hercule from the late 17th century, which once stood on the Hercule well in the middle of Old Square and a late Gothic plaque with the coat of arms, which is the remains of an old ...
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14. Jan 2020
Town Hall -  Historical Atrium
Town Square with its cathedral, Town Hall, diocesan mansion and fountain in the middle, represents one of the most beautiful baroque ambiences in Central Europe. The square was one of the centers of the medieval town from the 12th century onwards. When many medieval buildings were demolished in the earthquake of 1511, they were replaced by Renaissance and later Baroque houses, which still feature the image of the Town Square. The most famous and important is the Town Hall building, also called Rotovz or Magistrat. In front of Town Hall stands the famous Baroque Robb fountain, which was made between 1743 and 1751 by the sculptor Francesco Robba. The fountain symbolically illustrat ...
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14. Jan 2020
Town Hall -  Glass Atrium
Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia. It is distinguished by its beautiful architectural appearance, marked by different historical periods, and by the most famous architect Joze Plecnik. His seal is most felt along the Ljubljanica River, where the Triple Bridge is located. The symbol of Ljubljana is the dragon on the Dragon Bridge, and the most magnificent feature of the city is the Ljubljana Castle. The Castle View Tower offers visitors the most beautiful view of the city, in the castle premises there are several museum and other exhibitions on display, including Virtual Castle, Slovenian History and the Penitentiary. The city is marked by numerous markets, the most beauti ...
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06. Jan 2020
Ankaran - Adria Ankaran
Adria Ankaran Resort is located in Ankaran. Ankaran belongs to the municipality of Koper and is the center of the entire Ankaran peninsula. Organized tourism began in 1960 when the Adria Ankaran Tourist Company was founded. The camp offers everything you need for relaxation, entertainment and recreation. The campsite guests have access to a well-kept beach, an Olympic seawater pool (depth up to 160 cm), a special children's pool and a multipurpose playground. For an extra charge there is a water slide, boat rental, tennis courts, mini golf and beach volleyball court. In the immediate vicinity of the tourist resort there are walking paths and many possibilities for cycling. The ca ...
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06. Jan 2020
Izola - Soncno nabrezje
Izola is a beautiful Mediterranean city. It is known primarily as a tourist destination that attracts many visitors in the summer. The Soncno nabrezje awaits us upon arrival in the old town. It goes along the coast and we can catch our eyes on yachts, boats and sailboats. The municipality of Izola is also located in this part. Along the well-maintained promenade there are many restaurants and pubs with beautiful sea views.
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06. Jan 2020
Izola - Trg republike (Republic Square)
Izola is a beautiful Mediterranean city. Today it is known primarily as a tourist destination. The Republic Square was renovated in 2008. Near the square is the Pietro Coppo Park, which is dedicated to renowned Izola researcher and cartographer Pietro Coppo. The park features a beautiful pavilion and fountain that attracts many visitors and locals alike. The park also houses a stone reproduction of the first map of the Istrian peninsula. The map was made by Pietro Coppo in the 15th century. The park hosts various concerts as part of the Summer String project. Nearby is the Etbina Kristana Square, a market place and a police station with premises in a former villa.
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06. Jan 2020
Portoroz - Avditorij
Portoroz or Italian Portorose, the port of the roses, is one of the largest tourist destinations in Slovenia. The city lies in the shady position of the Bay of Portoroz. For more than a hundred years, it has been inviting guests from nearby and far places to vacation, treat and recreate. Tourism has evolved over the years due to mild climate, clean air, seawater and successful treatment with salt mud and brine. Portoroz Auditorium - Portorose is a promotional and convention center established in 1972. At venues in the Auditorium's main building, the Tartini Piran Theater, the annual Amphitheater, and many other locations in the city of Piran and the hinterland, they perform an ent ...
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06. Jan 2020
Portoroz - Bernardin
Bernardin is a well-known tourist resort located directly by the sea, along the popular promenade between Piran and Portoroz. Guests can enjoy the prestigious Grand Hotel Bernardin, Hotel Histrion or Hotel Vile Park. The resort is spread over about 25 acres between palm trees, oleander, laurel and rosemary. Bernardin has a subtropical climate characterized by mild winters and not too hot summers. Rainfall is very low, there are many sunny days. The area has a rich historical past. The bay once housed the shelters of seafarers repairing fleets here. The Romans built a port near the present Bernardine. In the 15th century, a church and a monastery were built on the shelf of the hil ...
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06. Jan 2020
Lucija
Lucija is a small village near Portoroz. There are the shopping and business center, residential – business buildings, hotels, Church of Saint Lucia, Canal Fazan, Lucia Sports Park, where are tennis courts, a smaller park and other. Also nearby are Camping Lucia and Forma Viva. The Marita Hotel is surrounded by a botanical park. They have double rooms, junior or grande suite or presidential suite. You can pamper yourself in the outdoor or indoor pool, saunas or Marita Spa. They have an excellent culinary offer. The former kartodrome was built in 1980. It was managed by Ivan Celigo. The Church of Saint Lucia along the Fazan creek was built in the 16th century. It was made for the ne ...
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06. Jan 2020
Bled - Church of St. Martin
Bled is one of the most unique places in Slovenia, visited every year by many tourists. It is known mainly for its island with a church and a castle on a rocky cliff. The church of St. Martin is located on the edge of the center of Bled, in the direction of Bled Castle. It was built in 1905 on the site of a previous 15th century Gothic church. Even before 1000, the first chapel was erected here. The plans for the construction were made by prof. Friderich von Schmidt, who also authored the Vienna City Hall. Architect Josip pl. Vancaš, however, changed his plans mainly with regard to interior design. In the church of St. Martin you can see the plastics of the conservator Ivan Vurnik ...
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06. Jan 2020
Portoroz - Beach
Portoroz is the world famous and largest seaside resort in Slovenia. Local and foreign visitors have long been attracted by the mild Mediterranean climate, sandy coastal plains and lush vegetation. It was probably known as a health resort in the 13th century. The first military health resort hotel was built in 1830. Towards rapid development helped the electric tram, which connected Portoroz with Piran and the former railway station in St. Lucija. Portoroz became an international tourist destination with the summer and winter season already before the First World War. The place experienced a strong development of tourism after 1971, when the Emona Hotels, the luxury Metropol Hotel ...
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06. Jan 2020
Bernardin - Bernardin Beach
Bernardin is a hotel resort on the Slovenian coast. It is located between Piran and Portorož. The resort includes the Grand Bernardin Hotel, Histrion Hotel, Villas Park Hotel, Convention Center, the Wellness Center, Bernardin Lagoon and Bernardin Casino. Within the Villa Park Hotel there is a beach with Arcobaleno's new outdoor pool. The hotel connects five villas, which are Vila Galeb, Vila Orada, Vila Nimfa, Vila Galeja and apartments Vila Barka. The villas are interconnected and built in the Istrian style. All rooms are completely renovated and heated. They also have a renovated reception. The restaurant and a reception are dislocated. Some rooms have a balcony, others have vi ...
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06. Jan 2020
Bernardin - Church of St. Bernardin
The Bernardin Tourist Complex is located between Piran and Portoroz. The complex includes the Grand Bernardin Hotel, Histrion Hotel, Villa Park Hotel, Bernardin Convention Center, Wellness Center, Bernardin Lagoon, Bernardin Casino and Marina Bernardin. In the middle of the buildings is the church tower of the former Benedictine monastery. The monastery and the church were built in 1452 by Saint John Kapistran (1386-1456), a priest of the Franciscan order who was a peace broker, traveling preacher, regular convert and confessor. His teacher was Saint Bernardin Sienski. Although he was only a deacon, he started preaching fairly quickly, becoming one of the greatest folk speakers o ...
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06. Jan 2020
Bernardin - Marina Bernardin
The Bernardin Tourist Complex is located in the area between Piran and Portoroz. The complex includes Grand Bernardin Hotel, Histrion Hotel, Villa Park Hotel, Bernardin Convention Center, Wellness Center, Bernardin Lagoon, Bernardin Casino and Marina Bernardin. In the middle of the buildings is located the church tower of the former Benedictine monastery. The refurbished Marina Bernardin provides vessels with a controlled and secure berth. It is intended for guests who wish to rent a berth for a longer period and also for one-day guests. The marina offer includes the following services: 45 berths, 24-hour physical and video surveillance of the marina, daily berths for vessels of 6 ...
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06. Jan 2020
Koper - Belveder
The city of Koper is the largest town on the Slovenian coast and the seat of the Municipality of Koper. There is an important international port of Koper near town. A new town center and harbor were built in the inhabited area, and new residential neighborhoods were created on the nearby hilly slopes. Since 2003, the University of Primorska has been operating in Koper. Koper has an interesting old town center, which has a characteristic medieval design and many important cultural monuments. The most important sights are the Praetorian Palace in the central town square, the parish church of Mary the Assumption, Muda Gate, Koper Tavern, which is a former salt warehouse, Foresteria an ...
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06. Jan 2020
Koper - Pristaniska ulica (Port Street)
Koper is the largest city on the Slovenian coast of Istria. It is the seat of the Municipality of Koper and has two official languages, which in addition to Slovenian is Italian. The only port of Slovenia is the Port of Koper. The settlement was formed on the island and later extended to the reservoir of Badasevica and Rizana and the hilly slopes. The island was connected to the mainland in the 19th century. Koper became an important economic center of the coast after the signing of the London Memorandum in 1954. In parallel with economic growth, culture, health and education have developed. The image of the city was greatly changed by the large port complex, the new suburban res ...
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06. Jan 2020
Koper - Ferrarska ulica (Ferrar Street)
Koper is the sixth largest city in Slovenia and the largest city along the Slovenian coast. There is an important international port of Koper near town. The old town center is located on a former island, which united naturally and by embankment with the mainland. A new town center and harbor were built in the inhabited area, and new residential neighborhoods were created on the nearby hilly slopes. Since 2003, the University of Primorska has been operating in Koper. In the area of the Old Town there were certainly ancient Greek Egida and later Roman Insula Caprea or Goat Island. From that time the island was always populated. Between the 18th and 20th centuries, the port was shad ...
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06. Jan 2020
Lake Bled - Pletna boat transfer
We can go to Lake Bled with a traditional boat named pletna. The boat is navigated by »pletnar«. The beginning of this activity goes back to the time of the feudalism in the 12th century and is largely associated with the village of Mlino. The poorer farmers were then given the authority to transport pilgrims to the island. With the abolition of feudalism in the time of Maria Theresa, boaters were given rights that determined which of the families can transport passengers to the island of Bled. Since then, the profession of »Pletnarstvo« has been passed down from generation to generation. The first fare for the lake ride was traced back to 1907. The price list set 21 prices from ...
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06. Jan 2020
Golf Bled
Bled Golf Course is the oldest golf course in Slovenia and one of the most beautiful in Central Europe. Golf Bled was built on the initiative of Prince Pavel Karadjordjevic. It was opened in 1937. The playground comprises a Lake Playground with 9 playgrounds and a Royal Playground with 18 playgrounds. Golfers can combine the playgrounds individually. Golf Bled lies in beautiful natural surroundings and offers wonderful views of the Karavanke Mountains. For beginners, they organize a golf course with a professional golf teacher. In recent years, the European Team Championships and the National Amateur and Amateur Championships have been hosted at the Bled Golf Course. The Royal Cl ...
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06. Jan 2020
Lake Bled - Boat ride
Bled is one of the most beautiful tourist resorts in Slovenia. The biggest attractions are Lake Bled, Bled Island and Bled Castle. Bled is a place that offers numerous sports activities to local and foreign visitors during the summer and winter. In winter, we can skate, ski or sled. In the summer we can swim, dive, play beach volleyball, go for summer sledding on Straza, play mini golf, go for a walk or jog around the lake, bike and much more. Lake Bled is also ideal for rowing as it has all the natural features. Bled developed into an important rowing center after the Second World War. A series of international and domestic regattas and three World Championships were organized. ...
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06. Jan 2020
Strunjan - Strunjan Saltworks
Strunjan saltpans are located in Strunjan, a village between Piran and Izola. The Strunjan Nature Reserve is part of the Strunjan Landscape Park. The area of the park covers the Strunjan Peninsula, from the Simon Bay to the mouth of the Strunjan Roja stream, including a 200-meter-long strip of sea, the inner part of the Strunjan Bay, the Stjuza Sea Lagoon and the Strunjan Saltworks. The saltworks were built in the floodplain of the Roja stream and were one of three existing in the present-day municipality of Piran. On the marshes of the Dragonja River were made the Secovlje saltworks, and the mouth of the Fazan stream formed the Lucija saltworks, which were then covered with eart ...
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06. Jan 2020
Strunjan - Beach (Bathing Area Talaso)
Strunjan is a coastal settlement located between Piran and Izola in the Municipality of Piran. It is less developed in tourism than nearby Portorož. It is especially intended for those who want a peaceful break. It covers small villages of Marcane, Karbonar, Ronek, Sv. Duh and Pretski Gric. At the end of the Gulf of Strunjan are the Strunjan salt pans and the Stjuza sea lagoon is nearby. Residents are involved in wine culture, fruit growing and early vegetables production. In the Strunjan valley, khaki or golden apple is grown and in November there is an event of khaki, where they present this fruit and the possibility of its use in cuisine. Strunjan has a well-kept beach - the T ...
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06. Jan 2020
Portoroz - Rastelli Park
Rastelli Park is located in Portorož, which is one of the largest tourist destinations in Slovenia and the most important tourist destination on the Slovenian coast. Rastelli's park was renovated in the second half of the 19th century when spa tourism began to thrive in Portorož. Mr Rastelli owned the park at the time. The beginnings of health tourism in Portoroz are attributed to patri Benedictines, who treated rheumatic and other diseases with highly concentrated seawater. Until the beginning of tourist development, fertile soil, with a favorable climate, enabled the development of agriculture, especially the cultivation of olive trees and vines, and the seaside position gave r ...
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06. Jan 2020
Adria Ankaran - Beach
Ankaran is a small village located on the southern slope of the Miljsko peninsula, at the beginning of the Slovenian part of the Istrian coast. Ankaran is about five kilometers away from the nearby town of Koper. The area was inhabited already in Roman times, because of its natural location it is protected from the winds. The early development of tourism was influenced by its favorable, sunny location, lush Mediterranean vegetation and mild climate. In nearby Valdoltra there is a well-known orthopedic hospital, and at Debeli rtic is a youth spa. Adria Ankaran is a tourist complex that offers various accommodations such as Hotel Convent, Vila Cedra, Vila Bor, Vila Adriatic or Adri ...
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