Although Slovenia is a small country in terms of proportions, it is naturally one of the most beautiful in Europe. There are many charming cities, natural beauties, and sights there, so if you travel here it is definitely worth planning ahead, look at what you can find on the map.
From this excitement, therefore, we have collected seven useful Slovenian maps for quite a few possibilities. These include the Slovenian highway map, the Slovenian coast map, and the Bled or Bohinj map.
Slovenia is located in Central Europe and borders four countries: Austria, Italy, Croatia, and Hungary (Google Maps).
#1 Regional map of Slovenia
Slovenia is made up of the following 12 regions in ascending order of territory.
- Zasavska (Central Sava)
- Posavska (Lower Sava)
- Pomurska (Mura)
- Primorsko-notranjska (Littoral-Inner Carnolia)
- Gorenjska (Upper Carniola)
- Podravska (Drava)
- Savinjska (Savinja)
- Osrednjeslovenska (Central Slovenia)
- Southeast Slovenia
These 12 regions are divided into Eastern and Western Slovenia:
- Eastern Slovenia: Mura, Drava, Carinthia, Savinja, Central Sava, Lower Sava, Southeast Slovenia, Littoral-Inner Carniola
- Western Slovenia: Central Slovenia, Upper Carniola, Gorizia, Coastal-Karst
#2 Terrain map of Slovenia
As you can see, Slovenia is typically hilly. This is mainly due to the fact that it is located in the southern foothills of the Alps.
Slovenia has a short coastline on the southwest coast of the Gulf of Trieste on the Adriatic Sea.
#3 Map of Slovenian highway
Slovenia has 5 highways.
- Length: 245 km
- Route: Sentilj (Austrian border) - Maribor - Celje - Ljubljana - Postojna, Razdrto - Divaca - Srmin (Port of Koper)
- Length: 171 km
- Route: Karavanke main road (Austrian border) - Jesenice - Kranj - Ljubljana - Novo Mesto - Brezice - Obrezje (Croatian border)
A3 (Kras Highway)
- Length: 12 km
- Route: Gabrk / Divaca - Sezana - Fernetici (Italian border)
A4 (Podravska krak)
- Length: 21 km
- Route: Slivnica / Maribor - Hajdina / Ptuj - Drazenci - Podlehnik - Gruskovje (Croatian border)
A5 (Pomurski krak)
- Length: 80 km
- Route: Dragucova - Maribor (A1) - Murska Sobota - Lendava - Cellar (Hungarian border)
#4 Map of the Slovenian coast
The map above shows the four most visited towns on the Slovenian coast: Koper, Izola, Piran, and Portoroz.
The following maps are ones of the Slovenian coast (Piran, Portoroz). Although they are in the Slovenian language and are incomplete, they can help you in terms of attractions.
#6 Map of Lake Bled
Although Lake Bled is one of the most famous places in Slovenia and many thousands of tourists visit it, unfortunately, you cannot really find a really good tourist map anywhere.
We have gathered some that might be helpful for orientation.
And of course, the interactive Google Maps is not to be missed on Lake Bled either.
#7 Map of Bohinj and its surroundings
Unfortunately, the following maps could not be downloaded in high resolution, but when printed, they can still be very useful if you are visiting Bohinj and its surroundings.
You can see this panoramic map in large format in many places around Lake Bohinj and you can even take it with you on paper. It perfectly reflects the beauty of the place.
The next map is a small map of the fantastically beautiful Mostnica gorge around the lake with some interesting descriptions.
Of course, the interactive Google Map of Lake Bohinj in Slovenia is not to be missed here either.
We have written about Lake Bohinj in detail earlier, you might want to read it if you are planning on visiting.
I hope you found these maps useful. The goal, of course, is not to stop at seven maps but to further expand the list with the most useful ones. If you have a map you would like to see on the list, write to us!