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Slovenia is a welcoming, scenic, and vibrant Eastern European country with a wealth of natural beauty. In Ljubljana, Slovenia has one of the most charming capitals in Europe. Slovenia will particularly appeal to travelers drawn to the great outdoors. More than 10% of the country is devoted to national or regional parks, ranging from forests to mountain peaks. The Julian Alps offer spectacular hiking opportunities, while the Karst caves are among Slovenia's most memorable highlights. Hotels.com, one of the world's leading online hotel booking sites, has partnered with a great selection of Slovenia hotels and can offer the best value rooms across the country, regardless of location or budget. Use the quick and easy Hotels.com system to reserve your Slovenia accommodation in advance and look forward to an enjoyable stay in this unique country.

What's Slovenia Like?

Ljubljana offers an engaging introduction to Slovenia. It's a capital with a relaxed small town vibe in the old center, a picturesque collection of medieval and baroque buildings clustered beneath the castle on the hill. Castles are a recurrent theme in Slovenia, with the romantic and dramatic fortresses at Bled, Predjama, and Celje occupying spectacular positions amid amazing scenery. Hikers are spoiled for choice in Slovenia, although the Triglav national park is an obvious initial option, featuring wooded trails, the peaks of the Julian Alps and several stunning waterfalls. The Karst caves are some of the most famous tourist attractions in the country. There are over 8,000 caverns, the most notable being the Skocjan Caves, on the UNESCO World Heritage list, and the Snezna jama or snow cave, with its ice stalactites. Slovenia hotels offer an ideal base for exploring this compact but diverse country.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Slovenia

English is widely spoken in Ljubljana, and even outside the capital is often understood in bars and restaurants. Italian is a useful alternative, but learning a few basic greetings in Slovene would be an ice-breaker. Dress nicely for dining out to fit in with local practice, and dress modestly for sightseeing in churches. Slovenian museums and galleries tend to close on Mondays. Getting around Slovenia can usually be accomplished using the country's rail network. Trains are inexpensive but not particularly fast. Steam trains operate on the line between Jesenice and Kanal ob Soči. Use the Hotels.com site to get as much information as you require about Slovenia hotels. Our site provides candid assessments from past guests, photo galleries, sample room descriptions and interactive maps showing the proximity of major tourist attractions, museums and railway stations.

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