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Slovenia is a small, young (independent only since 1991!) country centrally located within Europe. People often describe it as ‘Europe in Miniature’ since it combines all four main areas: the Mediterranean, the Alps, the Pannonian Plain and the Karst. Besides all the special natural sites, it contains of a wealth of architecture and urban designs as well. These include for instance many interesting museums and galleries, beautiful castles, impressive monuments and historical archaeological sites. The climate in Slovenia is just like its landscape – very diverse. It differs from warm Mediterranean winds to snow at the top of the Alps, all at the same time. In addition to its fantastic cultural and natural heritage, Slovenia is also known for its excellent (but lesser-known) wines, cuisine and golf courses. Also, among its greatest assets can the Slovenes themselves be included with their generous, broad-minded, welcoming and multilingual characters. All in all, it can be said that Slovenia includes something for everybody!
The town also can boast the highest number of excellent restaurants in one single place. Even for the fussiest lovers of good food and excellent wine, a visit to Kobarid will be a great experience.
Chef Ana Roš of the Hiša Franko restaurant in the western town of Kobarid has put Slovenian cuisine on the map by becoming the World’s Best Female Chef.Chef Ana Roš of the Hiša Franko restaurant in the western town of Kobarid has put Slovenian cuisine on the map by becoming the World’s Best Female Chef. The World’s 50 Best Restaurants culinary portal picked her for the prestigious title due to her precision, affection to details and her imagination.
Like the other places along the Soča Valley, this too boasts an exceptional natural heritage and a broad range of possibilities for enjoying an active holiday. Rafting, kayaking, hydrospeed, mountain biking, paragliding, hiking and hill walking, fishing.
Key sights of the area – Kozjak Waterfall, Soča Gorge, remains of the World War I, archaeological site Tonocov grad, the Kobarid Museum and the Dairy Museum – are interconnected by the Kobarid Historical Trail.
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