Slovenia

Slovenia Travel Guide

Articles about Slovenia

By Peter Koch

Choose your own adventure among these boundary-pushing getaways that don’t skimp on creature comforts.

By Carren Jao

Man-made or natural, incredible underground attractions exist right beneath your feet.

By Ingrid K. Williams

From the Alps to the Mediterranean, these frozen-in-time European villages will make you appreciate the beauty of taking it slow.

By Brooke Porter Katz
By Michael Luongo
By Scott Spencer
I may live to regret committing this piece of advice to print, but you should go to Slovenia and you should go soon, because eventually this all-but-unknown country, with its medieval villages, onion-dome spires, idealistic love of the arts, and v...

Hotels in Slovenia

After years when the only interesting lodging in town was the (admittedly rather cool) hostel converted from a former prison, Ljubljana finally has a decent hotel in the historic center.

Restaurants in Slovenia

Spajza has made is reputation on a romantic but relaxed candlelit ambience and excellent preparations of Mediterranean cuisine that range from Karst prsut (the prosciutto of Slovenia) and its signature horsemeat (try the truffled filet of horse) to fresh seafood from the Adriatic.

Things to do in Slovenia

Slovenia’s intriguingly minerally whites—especially those produced by iconoclastic vintner Ales Kristancic—are a cult favorite among grape geeks. If you can’t make it to Movia, his winery on the Italian border, visit his wood-paneled wine bar in Ljubljana.