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Slovenia
It’s a tiny place – there’s no doubt about that – with a surface area of just over 20,000 sq km
and only 2 million people. But ‘good things come in small packages’, and never was that old
chestnut more appropriate than in describing Slovenia (Slovenija), an independent republic
bordering Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia.
Slovenia has been dubbed a lot of different things by its PR machine – ‘Europe in Miniature’,
‘The Sunny Side of the Alps’, ‘The Green Piece of Europe’ – and they’re all true. Slovenia
has everything, from beaches, snowcapped mountains, hills awash in grapevines and wide
plains blanketed in sunflowers, to Gothic churches, baroque palaces and Art Nouveau civic
buildings. Its incredible mixture of climates brings warm Mediterranean breezes up to the
foothills of the Alps, where it can snow in summer. And with more than half of its total area
covered in forest, Slovenia truly is one of the ‘greenest’ countries in the world. And in recent
years it really has become Europe’s activities playground.
Among Slovenia’s greatest assets, though, are the Slovenes themselves – welcoming,
generous, multilingual and broad-minded.

FAST FACTS
„ Area 20,273 sq km

„ Currency euro (€); A$1 = €0.58;

¥100 = €0.67; NZ$1 = €0.47;
UK£1 = €1.44; US$1 = €0.78
„ Famous for mountain sports, Lipizzaner

horses, ruby red Teran wine
„ Official Language Slovene; English, Italian

and German widely spoken
„ Phrases dober dan (hello), živijo (hi), prosim

(please), hvala (thank you), oprostite (excuse
me), nasvidenje (goodbye)
„ Population 2 million

%386;
international access code %00; %toll free
% 080

„ Telephone Codes country code

„ Visas not required for most

nationalities; see p856

SLOVENIA

SLOVENIA

„ Capital Ljubljana

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Sisak

va

E70

Sa

Petrinja

E65

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l

KriÅevci
A4

Velika
Gorica

K

Zagreb

CROATIA

a
up

E65

Koøevje

Ørnomelj

Melitka

E71

Karlovac
ca
Duga Resa

Jastrebarsko

Samobor
Novo Mesto
Dolenjske
Toplice

Postojna
Razdrto
Veliki
Sezana
Javornik
Divaøa
Lake
Pivka
Lipica
Cerknica
Basovizza
Lokev
Notranjska
Regional
Muggia Trieste
Park
Škocjan
(Milje) (Trst)
ADRIATIC
Caves
SEA
Ilirska
Izola
Piran
Bistrica
E61
Koper
PortoroÅ
Seøovlje
Umag
V Planik
(1272m)
Buje
Buzet
E751
Opatija
Grado
(GradeÅ)

ITALY

Cerknica
Predjama

Ajdovšøina

Logatec

Kolpa

Ribnica

Ri
ve r

Trebnje

E70

Kr
ka
StraÅišøe
(955m)

Grosuplje

ca

E65

E59

BreÅice
E70

Krško
Sevnica
Ivanøna
Gorica

Litija
E61

Vrhn...
SLOVENIA
SLOVENIA
© Lonely Planet Publications
It’s a tiny place – there’s no doubt about that – with a surface area of just over 20,000 sq km
and only 2 million people. But ‘good things come in small packages’, and never was that old
chestnut more appropriate than in describing Slovenia (Slovenija), an independent republic
bordering Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia.
Slovenia has been dubbed a lot of different things by its PR machine – ‘Europe in Miniature’,
‘The Sunny Side of the Alps’, ‘The Green Piece of Europe’ – and they’re all true. Slovenia
has everything, from beaches, snowcapped mountains, hills awash in grapevines and wide
plains blanketed in sunflowers, to Gothic churches, baroque palaces and Art Nouveau civic
buildings. Its incredible mixture of climates brings warm Mediterranean breezes up to the
foothills of the Alps, where it can snow in summer. And with more than half of its total area
covered in forest, Slovenia truly is one of the ‘greenest’ countries in the world. And in recent
years it really has become Europe’s activities playground.
Among Slovenia’s greatest assets, though, are the Slovenes themselves – welcoming,
generous, multilingual and broad-minded.
Slovenia
FAST FACTS
Area 20,273 sq km
Capital Ljubljana
Currency euro (€); A$1 = €0.58;
¥100 = €0.67; NZ$1 = €0.47;
UK£1 = €1.44; US$1 = €0.78
Famous for mountain sports, Lipizzaner
horses, ruby red Teran wine
Official Language Slovene; English, Italian
and German widely spoken
Phrases dober dan (hello), živijo (hi), prosim
(please), hvala (thank you), oprostite (excuse
me), nasvidenje (goodbye)
Population 2 million
Telephone Codes country code
%
386;
international access code
%
00;
%
toll free
%
080
Visas not required for most
nationalities; see p856
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