Take a holiday to the Slovenian spa town of Zreče in the Pohorje Mountains (about 100 km from Ljubljana and 42 km from Maribor) and enjoy a stay full of relaxation and water fun. You will stay in Terme Zreče Villas, nice villas by the forest and Lake Zreče , which are in close proximity to the hotel with outdoor and indoor thermal pools with attractions to which you have free access at all times. And on top of all, look forward to one entrance into the busy sauna world!
Your stay, it will be one great relaxation. You have unlimited access to the wellness center, ie to the indoor and outdoor thermal pools, at all times. The water in the pools has a temperature of 27 to 35 ° C and on warm days the sun terrace invites you to laze.
The spa offers swimming in modern indoor and outdoor pools, which are said to be the most beautiful in the whole region. Their temperature is 26 - 37 ° C and baths are recommended in these waters for clients who suffer from musculoskeletal problems, are rehabilitated after operations as a result of an injury, suffer from rheumatic, skin and vascular diseases.
One of the most beautiful alpine wellness resorts. Bled can be found in the foothills of the Julian Alps just on the border of the Triglav National Park. On the one hand, the giants of the nearby mountains look down on the lake, and on the other hand, a relatively flat landscape stretches to the capital Ljubljana.
Stay at the Park Hotel , located directly on the lake
The spa resort with a nostalgic atmosphere, untouched nature and its rich cultural heritage is a suitable place for a holiday full of rest and well-being.
Another factor that decorates Laško is the production of the local beer of the same name. This delicious product has been brewed in the Laško brewery since 1825, and you can also taste another excellent Zlatorog beer.
Stay at the Thermana Park Laško , located in the middle of a quiet park next to the Savinja River.
The castle is located about 9 km northwest of Postojna. It will surprise you with its unique position - it is set in the middle of a vertical 123 m high rock. The picturesque appearance is completed by the river Lokva, which unobtrusively disappears underground deep below the castle. The first mention of the castle dates back to the 13th century. Today's form dates from the 16th century. and you can see traces of Gothic, Romanesque and especially Renaissance architecture.
Together with the Postojna Cave , the Škocjan Caves are one of the most sought-after beauties in Slovenia. Due to its charm and unique karst formations, it was inscribed on the UNESCO List of Natural and Cultural Heritage in 1986.
Triglav National Park covers almost the entire part of the Slovenian Julian Alps. It is named after the highest mountain in Slovenia - Triglav. The national park is located in the west of Slovenia near the Italian and border. The park stretches to the north, where it borders Austria.