Slovenia - Blejsko jezero


Slovenia is a European country between Alpes, Adriatic Sea and Pannonian Basin.

Rivers and confluencesRivers and confluences

Rivers and confluences
Source: Public information of Slovenia,
The Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia,
State map in measure 1 : 1.000.000, 1995
Kocevje - Rinza River

The Rinza River is the only river in the Kocevje region beside the bordering Kolpa river. It is clearly a karst river. The Rinza River has many springs and the biggest one near the village of Mrtvice is called Reberski studenec. After a short flow on the surface it disappears underground at the end of the Kocevje Plains. In the old times the river flowing through Kocevje represented a defence ditch surro ... arrow

Maribor - River Drava

The Drava River runs through Maribor, which played an important role throughout the city’s earlier history. The formation of the city was closely linked to its passage. The Old Bridge, the Koroska Bridge, Tito Bridge and Studenci Footbridge run across the Drava River. The Old Bridge was the cause of various dangers in wartime and a source of income in peacetime. It was built between 1906 and 1912. It i ... arrow

Ribcev Laz - Confluence of Jezernica and Mostnica

Near the stone bridge and John the Baptist's Church is the confluence of Jezernica and Mostnica, which merge in the Sava Bohinjka river. Jezernica is the second shortest river in Slovenia. The stream of the Sava Bohinjka river begins in the valley of the Triglav lakes, which is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Julian Alps. Each of the seven lakes is named after its characteristics. The lakes are ... arrow

Confluence of Sava and Krka

Conflucence of Sava and Krka is situated between the village Catez ob Savi and the city Brezice. Bridge is a popular point for photographers and lovers of the nature. The Brezice valley with the rivers and affluents belongs between the most important hydrographic region in Slovenia. Rivers played an important rule in the life of the inhabitants. The only source of the income was for many families trading ... arrow

Confluence of Soca and Tolminka

Tolmin lies at the prominence of the rivers Tolminka and Soca. It is the natural centre of the Tolmin landscape. The confluence of Tolminka and Soca is located about 100 metres of the city Tolmin. The confluence is well known meeting place for young people, popular walking point for local people, concert place and many other. In the wooden cottage is a bar, where you can get juice or beer and enjoy in wo ... arrow

Tolmin Gorge - Confluence of Tolminka and Zadlascica

The confluence of Tolminka and Zadlascica is located in the nearness of the most narrow part of the Tolmin Gorge. You can go to the confluence from the entrance cottage, where you can buy tickets. You will walk first by the foothpath, which goes through the wood and then you go over the stairs against the footbridge over Tolminka. In this part you can see the confluence of Tolminka and Zadlascica. Also y ... arrow

Natural Sights/Attractions

Natural baths, beaches




Gorges, canyons, river beds (troughs)


Karavanken Mountains


Lakes, ponds


Triglav National Park

NP Triglav

Parks, arboretums, gardens


Rivers and confluences


Sources, springs




Cultural-Historical Sights/Attractions

Basilicas, churches, chapels


Castles, manors, towers, forts, fortifications


World War I Military Cemeteries


The biggest cities in Slovenia


Monasteries, abbeys


Monuments, statues, signs


Museums, galleries, exhibitions


The Old Town Centres

Old Towns

Town Halls

Town Halls




Places for wedding

Places for Wedding

Marinas, ports


Ski slopes

Ski Slopes

Health resorts, spas, wellness


Toboggan runs

Toboggan Runs