Gradiško jezero Lake
The Gradiško jezero Lake is a high water reservoir located in the Municipality of Lukovica, near the village of Gradišče.
Ljubljanica River Springs - Vrhnika
Ljubljanica - the River of seven names. Take a short hike to the interesting Ljubljanica River Spring in the town of Vrhnika and find out why this river is so special. This trip is a piece of cake even for the youngest hikers!
Olimje Monastery, the Witch’s Hut and the Olimje Chocolate Shop
Enter the Olimje Monastery, stop by the Land of Fairy Tales and smell the candy at the Olimje Chocolate Shop. This trip fulfills every child’s fantasy!
Sečovlje Salt Pans
You can walk or bike through the Sečovlje Salt Pans. You can experience the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park (SSNP) in various ways: guidance (information centers and points, information boards, park trails), guided tours in addition to workshops in nature. Anyway, the camera is a must-have on this family trip.
St. Lawrence Hill in Bašelj
On a beautiful Saturday morning, Sv. Lawrence Hill attracts many people. Some sit on benches and on the grass around the church, others are busy taking photos and exploring the surroundings, some quickly turn around and start descending. However, they all have one thing in common: the view at the top astounds them even if just for a moment.
A partly steep but safe path leads to the Šum Waterfall, which is located on the Nemiljšica Stream. It is hidden in a high jug-shaped basin and makes a deep pool.
The Šalek Lakes-Velenje
The area around the Šalek Lakes boasts several well-tended trails suitable for hikers and cyclists alike, but also for a family stroll with a pram. You may choose between trails of varying lengths, from 2,300 m to 7,500 m.
The Šmartinsko jezero Lake-Celje
About 7 km north from the centre of Celje you will find a large oasis called Lake Šmartinsko jezero. Both tourists and locals love to go there and have a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Bistriški jarek Valley-Sedelnikov slap
Our small country is full of castles and waterfalls. The Sedelnik Waterfall enchanted us from the very first moment we stood still under it. It is located near Muta, in the village of Gortina.
Black Lake- Bistriško Pohorje
A lovely easy path leads the whole family to the Black Lake in the Bistriško Pohorje hills. The trail across wooden footbridges, from the direction of ‘Dom Na Osankarici’ Hut, is a most interesting hiking adventure for children.
Bloško jezero Lake
The Bloško jezero Lake (or Bloke Lake) is one of the most popular destinations for family trips! Cyclists, walkers and hikers love to come here to engage in sporting activities. In winter, many ice skaters come here and glide on the lake’s frozen surface. In summer, the warm and fresh water attracts countless avid swimmers.
The Čukova jama Lake is one of the three lakes that make up the Bobovek lakes. If you are not a fan of massive tourism (which is typical of the Bled Lake and the Bohinj Lake), then this is a great idea for a trip.
The Braslovče Lake is very popular among nature lovers who like to take long walks on the 1.5 kilometre-long forest educational trail (appropriate for all ages). Its waters attract many fishermen, who throw in their fishing line.
Bukovniško Jezero Lake - Dobrovnik
Bukovniško jezero Lake is the most recognizable tourist attraction in the town of Dobrovnik. Its surroundings offer fishing opportunities as well as spots for resting, walking, camping, picnics and sports activities. It is a popular tourist destination for families, individuals and closed groups.
The phenomenon of intermittent (disappearing) Cerknica Lake has become famous worldwide as an area where cattle can graze, farmers can plow fields, catch fish and drive boats in the same place. When the lake is full, it is the largest lake in Slovenia, but then it dries up and reveals its extensive farming land.
Črni Kal Fortress
A great idea for a family trip is the village of Črni Kal and its fortress, which has a crazy view of the whole of Trieste, the sea, the viaduct and the surrounding villages.
Devil’s Tower (Hudičev turn) in Soteska and Point 20 (Baza 20) in Kočevski Rog
Here is a very interesting and extremely instructive family trip. Visit the Devil’s Tower (Hudičev turn) in Soteska and Point 20 (Baza 20) in Kočevski Rog. Explore Slovenia’s history together with your children.
Eagle’s Trail (Orlova pot) in Kočevska Reka
The locals discovered a nest of a pair of white-tailed eagles in the village of Kočevska Reka in the 1980s. This happened just a few years after the construction of the dam, which resulted in the creation of Reško jezero Lake.
Expano- Murska Sobota
Enter an exceptional architectural creation, which presents Pomurje in an imaginative and innovative way.
Fiesa-Piran Walking Trail
The trail goes along the sea from the camp in Fiesa to the city of Piran. The distance is short, the path has a beautiful sea view and is suitable for a pram as well as for walking toddlers. The Fiesa Bay is best known for its two picturesque meres, which were formed due to the digging of clay needed by the former brickworks.
Franja Partisan Hospital
There were several important partisans in the Slovene history, such as Anka, Tina and Stane. One of the most memorable partisan monuments is the Franja Partisan Hospital, which was named after Franja Bojc, MD.
The highest-located Slovenian Friedrichstein Castle was the site of our only medieval love story between Frederick II, Count of Celje (who built the castle in 1422) and Veronika of Desenice.
Goče, the Oldest Slovenian Wine Village
Only about two hundred souls still live in the village, but it is as picturesque and mysterious as it was a hundred or almost a thousand years ago. Hidden at the crossroads between the valleys of Kras and Vipava, it is even more beautiful than the Tuscan hills. Welcome to the village of Goče.
Grad Castle is located in the town of Grad in Goričko. It is the largest castle complex in Slovenia and it allegedly has 365 rooms, huge cellars and even dungeons. An English-style park stretches all around the castle.