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Geography

A mid-sized full-forested patch on the map of Eastern Europe; Slovenia’s geography is divided between the high altitude mountains in the north neighbouring Austra, and the narrow strip of coastline on the Adriatic between Italy and Croatia.

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History

Being inhabited since the early paleolithic age (250,000 BC) and by Celtic tribes after that (400 BC), Slovenia just got its independence from the Yugoslav republic on 1991 on a night when people gathered in Ljubljana and declared that “this night dreams are allowed”.

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Culture

Half of the population lives in the countryside and the other half still have a strong connection with it. Everywhere you’ll go you’ll find baroque architecture, slow organic local food and sorely underrated excellent wine.

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Attractions

Out of the many wonders in Slovenia, three stand out the most; Mount Triglav, highest in Slovenia and in the Julian Alps. The Soca river with its very fast current. And the lovely Lake Bled.

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What we do

If you’re after mountain climbing, river rafting, cultural sightseeings, mountain biking or paragliding; Slovenia has a nice bit of all of these and so we taste a bit of everything too.

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The Julian Alps

Slovenia
Trip Days 8
Hiking Hours 7 Hrs/Day
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Slovenian Lakes

Climbing
Hiking
Paragliding
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