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Unique Lakes and Rivers

Snaking through the far west of the country like an aquamarine serpent, the Soča river is a haven for watersports enthusiasts. Its waters, pure enough to drink, swirl through canyons, plunge over waterfalls and gush along pine-forested valleys, providing plenty of spectacle for sightseers and action for thrillseekers.

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Great Food & Wine

Slovenian cuisine has developed 170 recognised and typical dishes. These are a great basis for countless new explorations and for creating a rich range of flavours, from original soups and buckwheat porridge to meat dishes and delightful desserts. The main ingredients, such as cabbage, beans and potatoes, are of course produced in a natural environment.

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Art & Culture

Another great reason to visit Slovenia is its culture. Among the modes of expression of the culture of Slovenia, a nation state in Central Europe, are music and dance, literature, visual arts, film and theatre. A number of festivals take place across the country each year showcasing music and literature. Slovenia is also a great country for an adventure luxury holiday.

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Amazing Landscapes

Slovenia has just 47 km of coastline, but what it lacks in range it makes up for with beautiful landscapes and its peculiar Venetian Gothic architecture. The jewel in the crown is the city of Piran, which is set on a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Adriatic. Slovenia’s landscapes are truly breathtaking.

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