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This is what our customers say

" I read Ernest Hemingway’s novel A Farewell to Arms years ago, but it wasn't until I came to Slovenia that I realized its story was actually happening in Slovenia's Soča Valley... This is the place of some of the greatest battles of World War I and you can still see much of it – WWI tour takes you to special trails, museums, outdoor museums, caverns, fortresses, paths and other traces... And then you move on to Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to see much more of it... amazing! "
- Pavla from Czech Republic
" Slovenia offers such an incredible diversity of tastes. On our gastronomic tour I personally liked 'gibanica', pršut' and 'kranjska kobasa' the most, but also everything else was really delicious. The food here is some kind of a mixture of Italian, Croatian, Hungarian and Austrian influences, as I've learned... and yet there are so many excellent original Slovenian foods to try. I recommend it. "
- Luis from Portugal
" The beer tour was really exceptional. I couldn't imagine Slovenia has such a rich selection of high quality craft beers – almost as in my native Belgium. The tour also took us to Italy and Austria and it was interesting because of all the history, cuisine and sights. Amazing middle-european experience. "
- Lucas from Belgium

Interesting facts about Slovenia

Steve Fallon says of Lake Bled: “Mild thermal springs warm the water of this impossibly beautiful cobalt-blue lake to 26°C, making it a great place for a dip well into autumn: there are swimming areas on the northern and western shores. But what makes it even more special is the tiny, tear-shaped island toward the western side of the lake. On it you can visit a small museum and the lovely Church of the Assumption with some 14th-century fresco fragments and a gold baroque altar. If you need a special favour, ring the ‘wishing bell’ in the 15th-century church belfry and it will be granted.”

The Environmental Performance Index (EPI), produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, is based on an assessment of the policies of 180 nations, reflecting whether they are meeting internationally established environmental targets or, in the absence of agreed targets, how they compare to one another. Slovenia performed admirably, with a rating of 88.98. Only four nations (Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Denmark) can better it.