A heart on the wine road
Autumn stories from Slovenia

The autumn clothes of each of Slovenia’s regions bear different colours. The flavours and aromas are also different. And autumn experiences! The land where every seventh person is a wine-maker invites you to visit wine-related events. Try carrying a wooden grape basket at grape harvests, dance at one of the many St. Martin’s Day celebrations, and fall in love with Karst delicacies in an Eight (“Osmica”).

Take advantage of the so-called “potato” school holidays in November to explore the Gorjanci Hills or take a bike trip along the coast. You can also have a holiday with a difference if you visit one of Slovenia`s tourist farms, which are often connected by picturesque wine roads.

The Alpe Adria Trail is the queen of hiking trails. Explore it and pick your favourite leg of the journey. In Slovenia, festivals and celebrations are at their most plentiful in the autumn.


Autumn delights
Wine and St. Martins Day celebrations
Wine and St. Martins Day celebrations
Every Slovenian region has its own wine rhythm. Some wine-makers complete their harvests in August, while other harvests are still in full swing. more...
Have dinner at an “Eight”
Have dinner at an “Eight”
Taste Slovenia at Eights that, in addition to wine, also serve local dry meat and dairy products, home-made bread, Potica Cakes, and štruklji (filled dumplings). more...
A different kind of holiday
A different kind of holiday
Autumn is the best season for holidays in nature. For a truly authentic experience, go to one of the many tourist farms in Slovenia. more...

Green Slovenia

On Slovenian wine trails
On Slovenian wine trails
Slovenia is a land of world-class wine and a rich wine-growing tradition. In the hilly landscape in the east, south-east, and west of the country, rich grapevines are grown, and green meets active and healthy. more...
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Taste Slovenia

Slovenian tastes of Autumn
Slovenian tastes of Autumn
In autumn, Slovenia is especially tasty! Some delicious delicacies are right under our feet, while in order to reach others, we have to stand on our toes. Colourful orchards and vast Slovenian forests provide a true autumn treat. more...


Do not miss
The largest hiking festival in Slovenia
The largest hiking festival in Slovenia
In September and October, the most beautiful months for hiking, a Hiking Festival is organised annually in the Soča Valley. more...

Family Autumn school break
Family Autumn school break
When school doors close for a few days in autumn, it’s time for “potato” holidays. more...


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