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Slovenia Tourism

You might be forgiven for mistaking certain parts of Slovenia for Bavaria. Or Hungary. Or even Italy… This small country is packed with a bit of everything that is `typically’ European. Whether it’s the towering Alps, whether it’s rock-solid medieval castles, narrow cobbled streets or elegant wines, Slovenia has it. Not many would expect much of a country with a communist past. Most, in fact, would imagine that a newly-independent nation, just a decade old as a democracy, would be plagued with troubles- economic, social, and international.

It therefore comes as a pleasant surprise to discover that Slovenia is affluent, vibrant, very Westernised-and yet with a wealth of tradition and culture all its own. And, as if that isn’t enough, the country has excellent ski resorts, national parks, underground caves, limestone caverns and beaches. Slovenia has still not been really `discovered’ by too many people. Every year, the number of tourists arriving goes up; but it’s still quiet enough, still inexpensive enough, to be among the most value-for-money vacations you’re likely to have in Europe.

The biggest ski jump – Planica is located in Slovenia. Visitors to this ski jump have witnessed over 60 world records in ski jumps.

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