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Slovenia lies at the heart of Europe, where the Alps face the Pannonian plains and the Mediterranean meets the mysterious Karst. To the north borders to Austria; Hungary is to the east; Croatia to the south and Italy to the west.
- State system: Democratic parliamentary republic, since 1991; member of the EU since 1 May 2004
- Capital: Ljubljana, 258,873 inhabitants
- Official Language: Slovene, in some nationally mixed areas also Italian and Hungarian
- Currency: Euro
- Phone dial code: +386
- Landscape: the territory of Slovenia is divided into four basic types of landscapes, Alpine in the north, Mediterranean in the south-west, Dinaric in the south and Pannonian in the east.
- Climate: continental in central Slovenia, alpine in the north-west and sub-Mediterranean along the cost and its hinterlandArea: 20,273 km²
- Length of coastline: 46.6 km
- Average temperature: january –2°C; july 21°C
- Population: 2,021,435 (Population Clock, 29 November 07)
- Population density: 99,1 inh. per km²
- Nationalities (2002 census): Slovenian 1,631,363; Hungarian 6,243; Italian 2,258; other 324,172
- Religion: Roman Catholic 57.8%, Muslim 2.4%, Orthodox 2.3%, other Christian 0.9%, unaffiliated 3.5%, other or unspecified 23%, none 10.1%.
- Main cities: Ljubljana (258.873), Maribor (93.847), Celje (37.834), Kranj (35.587), Velenje (26.742), Koper (23.726)
The smallest and safest capital city of Europe, yet big enough for everyone to find a place for themselves. Ljubljana is the political, economic, scientific and cultural center of Slovenia. Its geographical location is unique, as the inhabitants can go skiing in the high mountains and swimming in the sea all on the same day. Ljubljana has preserved evidence of a five thousand year history including, among others, the remains of the Roman city of Emona and the old city centre with its medieval castle, Baroque façades, decorative portals and uneven roofs. Other significant bits of the city mosaic are picturesque bridges across the Ljubljanica river and the vast Tivoli park, which stretches into the very city centre.
Cerknica lake The famous Cerknica plain with the intermittent lake changes its form every season of the year. Sometimes you can go ice skating on it, sometimes you can fish in it, during other months it's endless grassland. Every time you visit it, it's different. Its unusual phenomena have been recorded many times, but it was Valvasor's 4descriptions and explanations that made it famous. This world-renowned phenomenon is the largest intermittent lake in Europe. Aside from the interesting Karst hydrology, it is inhabited by many different animal and plant species.
Bled is one of Slovenia's most beautiful tourism centers, famous worldwide for its lake and island. The beauty of the mountains is reflected on the tranquil surface of the lake. The sun, fresh air and peace guarantee that visitors will feel good throughout the year. Castle Bled, one of the country's most magnificent monuments. The Bled island with the church of St. Mary is one of the most recognizable images in Slovenia. 99 stone steps lead to the platform where the church, belltower, the provost's house, the chaplain's house and a small hermitage are located. Of course, no visit to the island is complete without the famous »pletna« ride. The city attracts businessmen, artists, sportsmen, explorers, recreationists, the old and the young from all over the world. Everyone can find something of interest. Bled is also famous for its culinary treasure – the cream slice.
The Bohinj area is an image of the typical Alpine landscape, full of idyllic mountain pastures and plateaus reflected in the clear water of Lake Bohinj. The country's largest lake is 4100 meters long, 1200 meters wide and 45 meters deep. Many different plant and animal species have found a place of their own in the lake. The clear water is attractive for swimmers or rowers; and boats, canoes or kayaks can be borrowed at boat houses on the shore. The main surface tributary is the Savica river, which begins at the picturesque waterfall of the same name, beneath the Komarča mountain. Bohinj, known as the pearl of the Julian Alps, is an excellent starting point for exploration of the Triglav national park.
Take the train through the underground world of the largest cave in the Classic Karst and the most visited tourist cave in Europe to see magnificent caverns and glistening stalactite formations. There are longer caves in the world, but a visit to a cave such as Postojna deserves full attention due to the diversity of shapes, expansive cave areas, stalactite and stalagmite formations and water characteristics.
In Slovenia there are almost 7,500 known and explored Karst caves. In addition to the Postojna Cave network, Planinska Cave and the cave under Predjama Castle, there are more than 20 caves open or partially opened to tourists (visits are possible under certain restrictions). Destination Karst is not only represented by Karst caves and other Karst phenomena: Destination Karst is a rapidly developing tourist resort situated in a geographical area where the Notranjska, Karst, Brkin, Vipava valley, Idrijsko-Cerkljansko and Rovtarsko regions join.