Visit Maribor once and you will for sure return for more
Maribor, the second largest city in Slovenia is also known as the capital of Styria (Štajerska). The city is pleasantly small and lodged in the wonderful nature of Pohorje on one side and wine growing hills on the other. This unique nature combination offers an unforgettable adventure, let it be for an hour, a day, a week or more!
A walk through the old city centre will tell you all about the history of Maribor and at the same time offer you a great place for shopping in smaller boutiques. Visit Maribor once and you will for sure return for more! The capital of Styria and the second most important city in Slovenia invites you to enjoy its lively city centre, its wine-growing hills and the greenery of Pohorje. At the foothills and the slopes of Pohorje you can take pleasure in wellness and other activities all year long.
You can take a trip with the traditional raft and admire the reflection of the oldest vine in the World, glimmer in the river Drava. Vast vineyards covering the neighbouring hills all the way to the outskirts of Maribor are crisscrossed by more than 50km of Wine Roads. Taking a ride or having a walk on those roads will lead you past numerous wine cellars and tourist farms where you can enjoy delicious home-made dishes and tasty wine. With so many possibilities of what to see & do in Maribor your time will fly by. A Wine Tour of Slovenia is the best option for those wanting to really experience this wonderful part of the country!
On travelling to Maribor, be sure to check out the latest Maribor Weather as well as our full selection of Maribor Restaurants! The city is especially attractive due to its festivals, concerts and other Maribor Events, performances, as the citizens of Maribor are well known for their organizational skills and hospitality. Among the most important events are the Golden Fox, the international Festival Lent, the Old Vine Festival and others.Share this tour
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