As we said in our Camping and campsites in Slovenia article, we travel around Slovenia in our campervan and stay overnight on one of the many excellent campsites. It is a great way to explore the country and, for us very convenient, but not everyone has the time to drive across the continent on their … Read the rest
The Vršič Pass, which rises to a height of 1611 metres, is the highest pass in Slovenia. It connects, in the north, the Sava Dolinka Valley in
Gorenjska to the the Soča Valley in Primorska, in the south. The road, impassable in the winter months, is an exhilarating and spectacular drive, climbing and descending 49 … Read the rest
Just like any other timetables, Slovenian ones can be a bit complicated and you may need some help reading the service notes. So here a few words, phrases and terms that you may come across.
On the bus or train, “please – prosim”, “thank you – hvala” and a smile will be appreciated. If you cannot pronounce the name of … Read the rest
Driving in Slovenia – renting a car or taking your own vehicle to Slovenia gives you the most freedom to explore the country and access those areas where public transport is limited or non-existent (most of our walks can be accessed by bus but there are some where a car is more convenient or necessary). A little research before you … Read the rest
Driving to Slovenia is a popular option and easy to do providing that you have the time and are well prepared before you set off. Whilst we have driven to Slovenia many times, we are not authorities on the legal aspects of driving abroad and so have only provided links to helpful websites.
All vehicles using Austrian motorways (autobahns) and … Read the rest