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Slovenia: Self Guided and Guided Holidays, Small group Walking & Cycling Adventures. Trek the Julian Alps.

Thanks to its stunning landscapes, Slovenia is a popular adventure holiday destination for active travellers. Sharing borders with Croatia, Hungary, Italy and Austria, and a small section of the Adriatic coast, the Central European nation of Slovenia contains a diversity of attractions.  To the north, the Alps dominate the landscape and amongst the sheer cliffs and dramatic mountain scenery are small villages, and some remnants from past world wars.

Named after Julius Caesar, Slovenia's rugged Julian Alps provide excellent walking opportunities on some of Europe's more quieter hiking trails. Rising to above 2700m (9000 feet) the Julian Alps provides trekkers with a plenty of inspiration for their walks, with breathtaking scenery at every moment along our walking holiday in Slovenia.

UTracks offers some great walking and cycling holiday options in Slovenia. Our Slovenia Adventure explores all the highlights of the region by bike, while our walking holiday in the Julian Alps is a superb hike with the option to climb Mt Triglav.

Utracks Europe offers two self-guided tours to help you cycle and walk your way through Slovenia on a small group adventure holiday.



introductory to moderate  |  8 days
Cycle the Adriatic coast from Venice through Slovenia to Croatia
moderate  |  8 days
Discover the natural marvels of Slovenia then cycle along the historic Parenzana Rail Trail to Croatia
moderate  |  5 days
Discover the natural marvels of Slovenia then cycle along the historic Parenzana Rail Trail to Croatia
moderate  |  7 days
Discover the natural marvels of Slovenia then cycle along the historic Parenzana Rail Trail to Croatia
moderate  |  10 days
Explore Slovenia's most celebrated landscapes from both land and water
moderate to challenging  |  7 days
A superb walk through the Julian Alps of Slovenia with an option to ascend Mt Triglav, Slovenia's highest mountain
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