Spring awakening of Slovenia

Thermal resorts in Slovenia

In Eastern Europe, there is a country called Slovenia. It is often compared with standard Western European states, whose values ​​are recognized as moderation, respect for others, and law abidance. The tiny state is very cozy. It numbers a couple of million people and often becomes a gateway for migrants to the rest of Western European states.

This situation is used by many foreign nationals who came to Slovenia. Russian migrants with average financial well-being are intrigued by this civilized and beautiful corner of Europe.

Migration to Slovenia. It is far from a secret that for most people Slovenia is a stepping stone for redeployment to other state Western European powers. This is facilitated by the position - a member of the European Union and a signed agreement in Schengen. The border region began to suffer from this trend. As a result, the laws of migration in the state have become tougher.

Moving to Slovenia

Moving here for life is not easy. But this significantly influenced the growth of migration. The statistics reflect the dwindling flow of foreign nationals.

About one hundred thousand foreigners live in Slovenia, it is a mono-national country. Many emigrants who settled here came from neighboring states - Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Croatia and Kosovo. For this reason, external differences in the appearance of the inhabitants are not noticeable.

Harsh immigration policies

For unofficial stay and employment in Slovenia, the offender is threatened with heavy fines, imprisonment and eviction. Employers who employ illegal immigrants will also have big troubles.

The new immigration law, passed five years ago, made it even more difficult for citizens dreaming to settle there. The changes affected two basic laws, according to which non-local persons lived in the state - the "Law on Immigration" and "Law on the Employment of Foreign Citizens".

Life in Slovenia from the point of view of a common man in the street

The situation in the country is predominantly peaceful - there are no political conflict situations, which are inherent in other powers that were in an alliance with the former Yugoslavia. Slovenia has a fine living standard, especially when compared with other Eastern European states, even with the prosperous Czech Republic.

Despite the fact that the state is small, its economic sector is developing rapidly, in particular, the prospects in tourism. Mechanical engineering and manufacturing are at a high level.

Slovenia, or officially the Republic of Slovenia, is a state located in the south of Central Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. Slovenia covers an area of ​​20,273 km² with a population of 2,076,598 (2018). The country has borders with Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia and is washed by the waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Slavic peoples have lived on the territory of present-day Slovenia since the 6th century. In 628 - 658, these lands belonged to the state of Samo, and then were part of the state of Carintania. In the XI-XIII centuries, many small feudal principalities (Carinthia, Styria, Carina, etc.) were formed on the territory of Slovenia. In the 16th century, the area belonged to the Austrian Habsburgs. At the beginning of the 19th century, the administrative unit Illyrian provinces existed on the territory of Slovenia that belonged to Napoleon. The national movement that began at the end of the 19th century, which demanded cultural and administrative autonomy, in 1918 led to the annexation of the Slovak lands to a single kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, which in 1929 was named Yugoslavia. Some Slovak lands remained in the hands of Austria and Italy.

After the end of World War II, during which Yugoslavia was occupied by fascist troops, Slovenia became a republic within the Yugoslav Federation, some Italian lands were returned to it (under the 1947 treaty). The independence of Slovenia was proclaimed on June 25, 1991. On July 2, 1991, the Yugoslav army bombed the capital of Slovenia - Ljubljana. The sides were saved from the escalation of the military conflict by the intervention of the EU countries. During the hostilities in Slovenia, 18 people died.

In October 1991, Slovenia fully asserted its independence. Since 1992, the country has been a member of the UN.

Today's Slovenia is a popular tourist destination. The guests of the country are attracted by many architectural and historical sights, beach holidays on the Adriatic coast, as well as ample opportunities for skiing and ecotourism.

How to get there


The fastest and most convenient way to get to Slovenia is by air. You can fly from Russia to the country with a direct flight of Adria Airways and Aeroflot. Travel time is about 3 hours, flights arrive at the Ljubljana airport. You can also use the options of flights with a transfer at the airports of one of the European countries.

During the season, you can fly to the Adriatic resorts of Slovenia in the Croatian city of Pula, the distance from which to the Slovenian resort of Portoroz is 100 km (however, this requires a Schengen visa to Slovenia, since Croatia issues national visas that do not provide the right to enter the Schengen area).


Visit the world of blooming Slovenia and its colorful botanical gardens!

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Spring is knocking on the door

When the snow begins to melt, the country blows in spring. The harbingers of spring - hellebore, amaryllis, primrose and other first spring flowers - are making their way from the ground. There is joy, spring energy in the air. Or you can go to a blooming park or a botanical garden, where everyone wakes up and puts on their colorful outfit.

Alpine flowers - everything is in front of you at once

Mountains and hills don their green or colorful outfit later than valleys, but even at this time one cannot help but admire their natural beauty. The Velika Planina mountain range will delight the eye with a purple carpet of spring saffron. A special sight is Golitsa, a mountain peak in the west of the Karavanke massif - it is white-white even in May, but it is not snow: a daffodil blooms or, as the locals say, a “keyhole” (“lock”).

Anyone who wants to admire the alpine flora without climbing the top can go to the botanical garden, where "alpine slides" are arranged. Of particular interest is the Juliana Garden, located in the picturesque Trenta Valley - its rich collection includes about 600 species of plants from the Alpine and sub-Mediterranean zones. In the town of Golte, visit the Alpine Garden: it is located at an altitude of 1300-1400 meters above sea level and is unique on a European scale. There is even a “tree horoscope” and an “energy point”.

divert to the alpine flowers

Do you love the scents of a mountain meadow? In late spring, when nature flourishes in all its shades, the International Festival of Alpine Flowers is held in the town of Bohinj. Walk through flowering meadows and learn from expert guides about the richness of Alpine flora in Bohinj. Taste alpine herbs. Create inspired by the Alpine colors. Live and socialize in the embrace of a colorful spring.

Botanical oases in cities

Slovenia has the largest number of natural mineral springs among all European countries - 87! The best of them have turned into resorts that today offer effective treatment and prevention of a wide variety of diseases. Thermal spas in Slovenia are open all year round. Here you will find warm and hot thermal waters, mineral waters, black Solinsky mud, sea water and, of course, the purest air. Slovenia's capital Ljubljana is just a stone's throw from these resorts!

In your free time from medical and water procedures, be sure to travel with us around the country. fishing has not left anyone indifferent!

Slovenian resorts, a little about each ...

Terme Dobrna km from Ljubljana airport

The spa's three healing factors are thermal water, fango (volcanic mud) and peat. Terme Dobrna is the oldest health resort with centuries-old traditions. Even the ancient Celts and Romans knew about the healing properties of the local spring water, and the first mention of Dobrna as a health resort dates back to the 15th century. The picturesque places of the northern part of the Celje Basin, surrounded on all sides by coniferous forests, attract a lot of tourists here. They say that Louis Bonaparte himself walked along the local chestnut avenue.

Treatment The resort successfully treats: gynecological diseases (including infertility), urological diseases, arthritis, degenerative rheumatic diseases, musculoskeletal injuries, neurological diseases, vascular diseases, as well as diseases associated with excess weight. Terme Dobrna official website

Terme & Wellness Life Class Portorož km from Ljubljana airport

Five natural healing factors are used in this unique place: sea water, fango salt mud, Aqua Madre salt water concentrate, maritime climate and thermal mineral waters. Portorož was already mentioned in the 13th century as a spa town, where Benedictine monks treated people for various diseases. And even then, the monks used concentrated sea water and salt from the Sechoveli salt mines for treatment. Today Terme & Wellness successfully continues the tradition of using these natural factors, combining them with the old recipes of the Far East and the achievements of modern medicine.

TreatmentTherapeutic factors of Term Life-Class are known for their high content of active elements and are recommended in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, urogenital disorders, skin diseases, nervous disorders, respiratory diseases, gynecological diseases, as well as overweight. fatigue, stress and sleep disturbances. Terme Life Class Portorož official website

Terme Dolenjske Toplice km from Ljubljana airport

The resort is famous for its isoacrothermal water (28-36 ° C), rich in carbon dioxide, calcium, magnesium and hydrogen carbonate. This balneological resort is located in the valley of the Krka River. It is located in a mountainous area called Kochevsky Horn, away from the bustle of the city. The resort is considered one of the oldest in Slovenia. The healing properties of its thermal springs were discovered already in the Stone Age, and were first mentioned in documents in 1224.

A visit to Dolenjske Toplice will be useful in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries of the musculoskeletal system, back pain, osteoporosis and rheumatic diseases. Here the posture is corrected for children and a special dietary food complex has been developed. Dolenjska baths official website

Thermana Laško km from Ljubljana airport

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