Slovenia is a small country with diverse geographic backdrops. It is situated in Central Europe touching the Alps and bordering the Mediterranean.
One can find Alpine peaks, Mediterranean-style coastlines, meadows, hills, pine forests, lakes, rivers, beaches, castles and palaces within a two-hour drive of capital Ljubljana.As for cityscapes, Ljubljana has some beautiful old buildings including a castle, town hall and cathedral.
Slovenia has the Famous Lake Bled, a glacial lake fed by hot springs. The town of Bled contains a church-topped islet and a cliffside medieval castle.
Slovenia has a developed Film Industry. It has talented crew and equipments available, which are cheaper compared to neighbouring European Countries. Equipment is comfortably available and regulations are limited. It is a part of the EU which adds to the benefit. Permitting in Slovenia is simple. It take upto five working days for permits in the cities. It is also possible to control streets and close down traffic for filming.Filming in National Parks may require special permits. Post production facilities are also available in Slovenia
Summer: June / July / August
Temperatures in Slovenia soar into the thirties (30C, 87F) in July and August and most of the country bakes in golden splendour except for the alpine north west (Kranjska Gora, Bled) where temperatures are generally cooler by the odd 5 or 10 degrees centigrade (perfect for hiking and walking).
Autumn: September / October / November
Autumn is also a brilliant time. From September, the temperature drops down into the comfortable early to mid 20's. Magnificent autumn colours abound and the weather is still good with the water still warm enough for a relaxing dip. With the cooler weather, expect a little more rain going into October and especially November as the locals begin storing firewood for the oncoming winter.
Winter: December / January / February
The weather is bitterly cold in most of the country and only a tad warmer on the coast. The winds can be fierce and snow can fall at any time.
Spring: March / April / May
The melting snow turns rivers and waterfalls into gushing currents that wash down through the valleys coming into full bloom. The weather is unpredictable but its a great time to be spontaneous. Get out there and feel the changing of the season.
The currency used in Slovenia is EURO. Most places accept Credit and Debit Cards also.
Slovenia is well connected by Air. Brnik,Ljublujana is the main international airport for entering Slovenia by Air. The country is also easily accessable by Road from Austria, Croatia, Italy, Hungary and using the Eurail network in Europe.
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