Slovenia is one of the smallest European countries, but it occupies not the last place according to its natural diversity and the richness of its history, which makes the country one of the most interesting tourist regions of the Balkan Peninsula. The Adriatic coast neighbours with ski resorts of the Julian Alps (Julijske Alpe), balneotherapeutic health resorts (Dolenjske Toplice, Rogaska Slatina, Strunjan, Portorož, Catež) are interspersed with picturesque cities in the Medieval style (Ljublana, Cele, Maribor), and picturesque mountainous valleys, lakes with the cleanest water, fantastic waterfalls and deep caves are a real paradise for lovers of the virgin nature. A great many Slovenian places of interest are included into the UNESCO’s World Heritage list.
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What to buy in Slovenia
It is not doubted that Slovenia makes the warmest impressions on its guests. More than that, this relatively small country claims to be “the ideal place of living!” – cleanness, fresh air, luxurious alpine meadows and mountain landscapes, clear rivers! In short, local nature simply astonishes you with its beauty. Everywhere you can see private houses, but they are not those ruins which we are accustomed to, - these are taken-care-of houses with blossoming flower-beds and lawns instead of patches of vegetable and without fences.
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