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Slovenia's Information

Flag of Slovenia
Land Area 20,151 km2
Water Area 122 km2
Total Area 20,273 km2
Population 1,978,029
Population Density 97.57 / km2
Government Type Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $68.35 Billion
GDP Per Capita $33,100
Currency Euro (EUR)
Largest Cities
  • Ljubljana (272,220)
  • Maribor (95,171)
  • Celje (37,520)
  • Kranj (36,874)
  • Velenje (25,456)
  • Koper (24,996)
  • Novo Mesto (23,341)
  • Ptuj (18,164)
  • Trbovlje (15,163)

ATTRACTIONS: (a few major)

Slovenia may be tiny in size, but has so much to do and see that size is not of importance.

Sometimes referred to as the "Green Piece of Europe", agro-tourism is very popular. The diverse topography, ranging from the coastal area to the Alpine peaks, is attainable in just a couple hours drive through the Pammonian lowlands or the Dolenjska hills.

Gothic churches, baroque palaces, castles, caves, thermal springs and a plethora of outdoor activities are all awaiting the Slovenian vistor.

Since its independence in 1991, it has become one of the top destinations for travelers from around the world.

  • Calling Code: 386
  • Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
  • Drive on the: Right
  • Times to Travel: Slovenia is a year-round travel destination, with four distinct seasons, but due to its topography, there are three separate climates.

    The coastal area has a Mediterranean most of the year with mild winters and pleasant summers. Eastern Slovenia's climate is Continental with hot summer and cold winters. The northwest region has an alpine climate cnd can be quite cold in the winters.

    The most popular times to vist are during the summer and September. December to March is the ideal period for skiers.


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  • Slovenia Travel Advice and Warnings

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