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  • Coast and Karst Region
  • Central Slovenia
  • Eastern Slovenia
  • Julian Alps
  • Pohorje
  • Southeastern Slovenia

Coast and Karst Region

The Coast and Karst region with 46,6 km long cost of Slovenia lies along the Adriatic coast and extends inland into the cave-dotted Karst territory. The most famous towns in this region are Portoroz, then Piran, Koper and Izola.
Portoroz is the city with the longest tradition in tourism which offers a great number of hotels, restaurants, and which is also a place where are held numerous events. Portoroz is also one of the favorite destinations for organizing a congresses.
Piran is a real open-air museum of medieval architecture and a rich cultural heritage.
Koper is the only commercial port in Slovenia, and one of the oldest towns. In Izola tourism is concentrated on the Simon Bay where hotel and restaurants are placed.

Central Slovenia

Central Slovenia is the region surrounding the Slovenian capital city of Ljubljana and the Kamniske Alps north of it.
City of Ljubljana is a cultural, political, scientific, educational, economic and transportation center of the region. It is a city where cultures of the West and the East meet.
Also, Ljubljana is a city of theaters, museums, galleries.

Eastern Slovenia

Eastern Slovenia is a region around the Drava and Mura Rivers, with plenty of vineyards and a Hungarian influence in the east.
One of the most famous cities of the region is Maribor, which is also the second most important city in Slovenia.
Maribor is famous for its vineyards, which are intertwined with more than 50 km of wine roads. Also, Maribor is known for the oldest grapevine in the world, which still bears fruit every year without fail.
Near to the river Drava is the Lent which is known for international multicultural Festival Lent.

Julian Alps

The Julian Alps are a region of Slovenia which represent a part of the Alps and extend over the border into north-eastern Italy. Their larger part lies within the Triglav National Park. They were named after Julius Caesar and offer a wonderful alpine flair, such as one in Upper Bavaria or Tyrol.
The most famous tourist places in this region are Lake Bohinj and Bled which is known throughout the world for its many opportunities for recreation. Lake Bled, with island and castle also represents one of the major tourist attractions of the region.


Region Pohorje - Savinjska is a region in north-central part of Slovenia that includes the Pohorje mountain range, Zasavje hills and the Savinja river valley.
Pohorje is known for its ski resorts - Areh, Rogla and Kope, and by mountain trails that are designed for biking and horse riding. Pohorje is visited frequently by tourists who like parachuting and flying balloons, but and with tourists who love to discover nature.

Southeastern Slovenia

Southeastern Slovenia is a region around the Krka and lower flow of Sava Rivers.
Southeastern region of Slovenia is known by vineyards and churches, monasteries and castles which gives it a special charm. One of the castles that stands out is Ribnica castle, which has been converted into a museum of local culture and traditions. In Kocevje tourists can see a forest reserve "Kočevski rog", as well as ice cave or cavern "Željna".

About country

Slovenia is a country known by Alps, Mediterranean, the Pannonian Plain and the Karst.
Whether you are here on holiday with a family, or you're in search of active holiday in Slovenia, you will find everything you need. Slovenia is a country rich in natural beauty. Also, Slovenia is known for its vineyards, occupying one percent of its area.
One-third of the territory of Slovenia, is protected, and at the same time it is the richest country in Europe when it comes to water.

Slovenia, with only 46.6 km of coast, offers everything in small. Slovenian coast includes the towns of Koper, Izola, Piran and Portoroz, as the main tourist centres.

To the west it borders with Italy and Austria to the north, Hungary to the northeast, east and south by Croatia, and in the southwest, in the Piran Bay, has access to the Adriatic Sea.

Congress capacity

Slovenia represents an ideal destination for conference activities, given the fact that is easily accessible from all parts of Europe and at the same time offers an excellent range of conference facilities.
Another great advantage that Slovenia has over other countries is the favourable price-quality ratio of conference services.
Among the most important elements of MICE tourism in this country are professional and hospitable approach of conference facility operators, delicious cuisine and comfortable accommodation.
Congress destinations in Slovenia which can be a perfect choice for organizing seminars, conferences and other events are Ljubljana, Portoroz and Bled.

Largest congress capacity

Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre/ Ljubljana, Slovenia / Number of conference rooms: 24 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 2,200 seats

International congresses and conferences

35th Congress of the European Accounting Association - EAA 2012. Ljubljana (1,000 delegates)
10th World Congress of Nurse Anesthetist - WCNA, 2012, Ljubljana (500 delegates)
Paediatric Rheumatology European Society PRES 2013 Ljubljana (1,000 delegates)

International fairs

Conventa - The South East European meetings trade show, 21st - 22nd January 2015, Ljubljana

ICCA statistics report

Statistic report of International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).

2010 2011 2012 2013
Rank 44 44 47 47
Number of international congresses 44 54 51 57

Must See
Bled Castle
Bled Castle is according to written sources the oldest castle in Slovenia, first mentioned in 1011 donation deed as castellum Veldes. Perched atop a steep cliff rising 130m above the Lake Blade is a symbol of Bled and Slovenia.
Postojna Cave
Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world and only one that offers a unique and adventurous ride with a special train, under spectacular underground arches, which are embellished with stalactites.
National Park Triglav
National Park Triglav is is the only national park in Slovenia, which is added to the UNESCO list in 2003. Also, this park is considered for one of the oldest parks in Europe and it was named at the highest peak in Slovenia, Triglav.
Ljubljana Castle
Ljubljana Castle is the medieval castle which at first was a fortress, and in newer times it represents the major tourist attraction and a landmark of the city. The exterior shell, as it now appears is predominantly from the mid of 15th and 16th century.
National Museum of Slovenia
National Museum of Slovenia houses exhibition on applied art in Slovenian inhabited areas including several study collections and presents occasional temporary exhibitions of applied art.
Lake Bohinj
Lake Bohinj is located within National Park Triglav. To its visitors Lake Bohinj offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy in the nature. In addition to Lake Bohinj there are ski resort Vogel, Savica waterfalls, etc..
Gruber Palace
Gruber Palace was built between 1773 and 1781 by designs of Gabriel Gruber and currently houses the National Archives of Slovenia. Also, within the palace is an astronomical observatory.

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