Legend has it that when God created the world, he threw seas, mountains, lakes out of a sack on the
ground…. all that was left of it he threw into the area of the present state ‘on the sunny side of the Alps’.
That is why everything in this country, starting from natural beauties, thermal waters, caves and pits, is
Slovenia is a breathtaking country. In its caves lives the Olm, an endemic animal species; in it grows the
oldest noble vine in the world; in its forests adventurers are still searching for the hidden treasure of the
Black Queen Barbara of Cilli, among whose lovers was the famous Count Dracula. Speaking the Slovene language, obsolete without reform, means knowing one of the rare changes of grammatical number – duality.
The land of serfs has become synonymous of development and culture, and to visit Slovenia means to fall
in love at first sight.