This small country is a big attraction. Slovenia has become a tourism magnet that can easily be reached using all forms of transport. The Skocjan caves are another highlight of the karst landscape. The uniqueness of this cave system prompted UNESCO to include it in the list of world natural inheritance sites. Skocjan Caves have a breathtaking views.
The paths for visitors are built into the steep walls which are about 100 metre high in some places. Underground rivers spanned by bridges roar through mysterious canyons. Outside the caves in the Skocjanske Caves Park a variety of historical museums and unusual flora await the interested visitors.
The underground canyon with the river running through it, crossed by a bridge 45 metres high is something quite special. With fewer tourists than some of the more well-known caves, this is definitely worth visiting. Don’t forget to take a jacket, as it can be cold in parts, particularly in winter.