Slovenia

FOOD AND BEVERAGES

Drinking in Slovenia: Coffee and tea

In Slovenia, coffee (kava) usually means a tiny cup of strong Turkish coffee, and cafes (kavarna) are a common sight with a basic cup costing ?1.00-?1.50.

SHORT INFORMATION

Administrative divisions of Slovenia

Officially, Slovenia is subdivided into 211 municipalities (eleven of which have the status of urban municipalities).

The municipalities are the only body of local autonomy in Slovenia.

FOR TURIST

Things to see and do in Slovenia

Book a spa

With natural thermal and mineral springs, Slovenes aren't afraid of a little pampering. There are many well presented spas, in particular, the Radenci Health Resort is renowned for its 'three hearts' mineral water, said to have been served at the imperial court in Vienna and the papal court in the Vatican.