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Slovenia (in Slovene Slovenija), extends on Central Europe's noon part, at Alps foot. In the west Italy, in the south and in the east Croatia, in the northeast Hungary, Austria borders it in the north. European Union's member since 1st May 2004, joined the euro zone on 1st January 2007.

Capital: Ljubljana
euro (EUR)
Emergency telephone numbers:
  • International dialing code: 00 386
  • Police: 113
  • Firemen: 112
  • Ambulances: 112
  • AMZS (Slovenia Car-Motorcyclist Association): 1987

In the winter season more than 50 lesser or greater ski centres expect the companies, primarily the Júlia-Alps and Pohorje. Many ski tours and national cross-country competition too is found here organizing. The largest ski centres: Kranjska Gora, Vogel (Bohinj), Krvavec (Kranj), Kanin (Bovec), and Pohorje (Mariborsko Pohorje and Rogla).
The orbits after Christmas and on the front of February very crowded, many families come to visit here in the school pause.

It is possible to go off to hike in the summer season, more than 7000 km of designate tour it may be hiking over here visitor. A tour with two European marks traverses Slovenia:
Popular sport in Slovenia the potholing, in the country more than 15 thousand caves can be found, from among them on the other hand only a dozen can be visited.

Travel informations, required informations from Slovenia


By way of tourists densely visited the Slovene holiday resorts. In Republic of Slovenia at the Hungary one narrower the circle of the services of which advantage can be taken in the social security's framework. In case of an accident endured on a foreign country for example the home dekivery only in exceptional cases supported. For the tourists traveling into Slovenia so recommended - particularly the free-time sports liking - the travel insurance.


Speed limit:
  • on a residential area: 50 km/h
  • on public roads: 90 km/h
  • on clearways: 100 km/h
  • on motorways: 130 km/h
On Slovenia's area obligatory:

the usage of the dim light all day,
the usage of the safety belt on all of the seat,
for the motorcyclist and his passenger homologous crash helmet to wear.

It is necessary to pay toll on motorways in most countries. From 1 st July 2008 the 3,5 t permissible maximum gross weight not being over vehicles not the gates the road toll is paid, a sticker has to be changed forward, that at the petrol stations and some may be other at dealers to buy.
From 1st July 2009 for motorcycles year, six-month and weekly sticker, automobiles year, monthly and weekly sticker purchasable. Who is traveling without a sticker, it 300-800 € it may be punished.


  • Bohinj
  • Bovec
  • Cerkno
  • Kranjska Gora
  • Kravavec
  • Maribor
  • Rogla
  • Golte
  • Velika Planina
  • Zelenica