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Slovenian Paradise: Discovering the Treasures of Central Europe


Slovenia is a small but picturesque country in Central Europe, famous for its mountains, lakes, and caves. Slovenia's capital, Ljubljana, is known for its mixture of architecture styles from Baroque to Modernism. 


The country is also famous for Lake Bled, clean rivers and ski resorts. Slovenia is a member of the European Union and NATO, and although it is one of the younger European countries, it has a rich cultural heritage and a developed economy. We recommend that you pay attention to several important points to make your trip as comfortable and safe as possible.


International driving license in Slovenia


When traveling to Slovenia by car, you should remember the importance of carrying an International Driving Permit (IDP). This document simplifies the process of renting a vehicle and interaction with law enforcement agencies of the country.


The fine for not having an IDP in Slovenia may vary depending on the situation and the actions of the local police. The expected fine for driving without an IDP can reach up to 200 euros.


Traffic rules and speed limits


Traffic rules in Slovenia largely correspond to European standards, and it is important to follow them for road safety:


  • Speed limits: In built-up areas the limit is usually 50 km/h, on highways - 90 km/h, on expressways - 110 km/h, and on highways - 130 km/h.

  • Mandatory equipment: Drivers must carry a reflective vest, a warning triangle, and a first aid kit.

  • Rules of conduct: It is mandatory to use seat belts in all seats, and it is prohibited to use a mobile phone without a hands-free device while driving.

  • Alcohol: The legal blood alcohol level is 0.05% for experienced drivers and 0.0% for novice and professional drivers.

  • Lighting: Headlights must be turned on throughout the year during daylight hours.

  • Toll roads: To use motorways and expressways, a vignette is required, which must be purchased in advance.


These rules are subject to change, so it is recommended to check the latest information on official resources or in Slovenian car clubs before traveling.



Pearls of Slovenia: A Guide to Unique Attractions


There are many interesting places in Slovenia that are worth visiting:



Lake Bled: Known for its enchanting island with a church in the middle of the lake and a medieval castle perched on a rocky cliff.


Ljubljana: The capital of Slovenia with a beautiful old town, bridges over the Ljubljanica River and Ljubljana Castle, which offers great views of the city.


Postojna Cave: One of the largest karst caves in the world, famous for its stalactites and stalagmites, as well as the unique train that takes you through the cave.


Triglav National Park: A huge national park named after Slovenia's highest mountain, Triglav. This place is full of hiking and biking trails, alpine lakes and spectacular views.


Piran: A picturesque town on the Adriatic coast with narrow streets, ancient architecture and beautiful squares.


Soฤka Valley and Soฤa River: Known for its emerald green water, the Soฤa River and its surrounding valley offer opportunities for rafting, kayaking, hiking and cycling.



Koper, Izola, and Portoroลพ: Seaside towns with Mediterranean flair, beaches and seaside resorts.



Each of these places reflects the rich history, culture and natural diversity of Slovenia.