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Travel to Slovenia?

Slovenia receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country


CurrencyEuro * CapitalLjubljana * Population: 2,080,000 * Calling code+386

Buying a SIM card in Slovenia

Local SIM Cards: Currently, there are four major mobile phone providers in Slovenia and there are several Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO).

All three of these providers offer prepaid sim cards that can be purchased from their official stores or from authorized retailers.

The average price for a prepaid sim card in Slovenia is around €10, with varying data and calling packages available for purchase. These packages usually range from €5 to €30, and can be easily recharged as needed.

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When purchasing a sim card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to Austria?

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1 GB With no expiration =   €2.80
3 GB With no expiration =   €8.13
5 GB With no expiration =  €13.13
10 GB With no expiration = €25.16
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In terms of plugs and voltage, Slovenia uses Type C and Type F plugs, with a voltage of 230V and a frequency of 50Hz. Buy it here. travel to slovenia

Slovenia tourism

With a tapestry of landscapes, enchanting architecture and welcoming locals, Slovenia packs a lot into its borders. Over half the country is covered with verdant valleys, making it one of the greenest in the world. In the northwest, the snow-capped peaks of the Julian Alps feed several emerald-green lakes. The most famous of these is Lake Bled, with its small church on a picturesque island, and medieval castle overlooking it all from the clifftop. Take a step back to admire its fairytale-like beauty, then catch your breath and dive in for a swim. Elsewhere there are many more natural treasures waiting to be explored. The northern region is dominated by verdant countryside, such as Savinja and Šalek Valley. Here you’ll discover soaring peaks, hot springs, crashing waterfalls and crystal-clear streams. To the southwest, you’ll find the Postojna Caves, home to countless underground tunnels and chambers, and a remarkable medieval castle that looks like it’s growing out of a cave – it has to be seen to be believed. All this is within day-tripping distance of Ljubljana, the pocket-sized capital which sits at the heart of the country. Here, baroque facades blend with the 20th-century architecture. Wander across iconic Triple Bridge, or take the funicular railway up to Ljubljana Castle, before winding down the afternoon with a coffee in delightful Prešeren Square.

 

In terms of hotels, there are over 1000 hotels in Slovenia, ranging from budget-friendly options to luxury resorts. The average price for a hotel room in Slovenia can range from €40 to €200 per night, depending on the location and the quality of the hotel.

Slovenia does not have its own domestic airlines, but there are several international airlines that fly to the country, including Adria Airways, easyJet, and Wizz Air. These airlines offer flights to major cities in Europe and beyond, making Slovenia easily accessible from many different destinations.

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