From picture postcard cities to the mountain wilderness of the Julian Alps, Slovenia's enchanting blend of culture and natural beauty is sure to capture the imagination of even the most jaded travelers. Here you can explore fascinating natural wonders like the Postojna Caves, hike amidst the rugged mountain beauty of Triglav National Park or simply stroll the scenic streets of Ljubljana, Slovenia's breathtakingly beautiful capital.


Language: Slovene, Italian, Hungarian
Currency: Euro
Electricity: 230V
Visas: Click here to see if you need a visa to enter Slovenia.
Dialling Code: +386
Time Zone: (GMT+01:00)

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What To Pack?

A camera - From the majesty of Ljubliana Cathedral to the splendor of the Pokljuka plateau, you'll find plenty of Instagram-worthy subject material here!

Sunglasses - Whether you're wandering around Ljubljana Old Town, hiking in the Julian Alps or hitting the slopes at Planica ski resort, a trusty pair of shades is a must.

An umbrella - Ljubliana is one of the rainiest capital cities in Europe, so be prepared for a shower or two!

An adapter plug and transformer - Power in Slovenia is 230V, with standard European 2-pin plug sockets. You'll need a step-down transformer to use appliances that run on 110V.

Hiking boots - Slovenia has some of Europe's most scenic hiking terrain, so a pair of comfy hiking boots is a must.

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