Grad Castle in Goričko, wrapped in the baroque secrets of the Templar knights, is the biggest baroque castle in Slovenia. Besides the luxurious interior of the building from the XI. Century, the guests are also amazed by the energies that boil from the ground of the nearby park and filled with warmth and tingling sensations.
Little village in the center of Ormož municipality in the far northeast of Slovenia is surrounded by grapevines and full of culture history of the National Liberation Fight in Slovenia. In the center of the square in Svetinje stands a memorial monument for the fallen fighters. The visitors can also rest their eyes on the gorgeous view of vineyards in nearby Jeruzalem.
Štanjel is one of the oldest settlements in Karst, it dates to the ancient times because of its strategic position, it was reinforced in the Antique. It got its name, as a lot of towns in Slovenia, from the patron saint of its church, Saint Daniel. The unique position offers the guests a view on Karst, excellent wines and outstanding local karst food.
Nanos is a high karst plateau that separates the mainland of Slovenia from the Coast region. Its most recognizable feature is its cut edge called Pleša. The forest plateau is most visited by para-gliders and hikers, because the Slovenian mountain transversal and Slovenian geological route lead the travellers through the region. The explorers of Slovenian peaks can refresh themselves and enjoy the view on the Coast region in the Vojko cottage.
Žalec has always been a very important stopping point, which is reflected in its cultural variety and historic monuments. Žalec is the center of hops production of Slovenia, the fountain Zeleno zlato (Green gold) connects existing history with the present. The fountain Zeleno zlato is also the first beer fountain in the world.
The town of Ljutomer is known for the first independence political gathering (tabor) in Slovenia in August of 1868. The settlement has always through history had an important geografical location on the junction of the traffic routes. In the times of the Roman Empire an important commercial route lead through Ljutomer. Ljutomer was also one of the main locations for witch trials in Slovenia.
Blaguš is a settlement in the municipality of Saint George near Ščavnica. It is a small village with a few residents, but extremely beautiful. In the settlement there is also Lake Blaguš, most of the surface is covered by forests and fields.
Črna lies on 575 m above the sea level, next to the confluence of river Meža and Javor creek at the end of Meža valley. Črna is most known from the legend of king Matjaž, which sleeps under the mountain Peca and will awake when his beard circles his table nine times.
The valley extends by the river Dreta and starts at the Črnivec mountain pass and ends by the town Nazarje, where the river Dreta flows into the river Savinja. Zadrečka valley is a tectonic impact between the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and the pre-alpine region in Slovenia.
Today’s picturesque image of Logar valley was created by the glacier in the last ice-age. 7 km log valley lies deep the heart of Kamnik-Savinja Alps and is surrounded by peaks, higher than 2000 m. A special seals were also left by the farms, which, thorough out the history, created culture landmarks. Here one can also find one of the most beautiful and highest waterfalls in Slovenia, waterfall Rinka.
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