Kiri and



We travelled 154 miles in Slovenia over 7 days between 11 November 2013 and 17 November 2013. It was mainly cloudy (5 days) whilst we were there

Key places where we stopped

Blog posts

To toll or not to toll… (November 24, 2013)

Balkans out of season in a motorhome (November 20, 2013)

Kje je Bog? (November 16, 2013)

The following information was last updated on July 21, 2014 and therefore may now be out of date. Please consume with a pinch of salt!

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Personal comments:

This is a very beautiful country... we only really visited Ljubljana and Ptuj, but they're both great. Can recommend the street art in a former military prison in Ljubljana and we loved the thermal spa at Ptuj. Found it a little difficult to find places to stop in a motorhome out of season

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1 - ena
2 - dva
3 - tri
4 - štiri
5 - pet
6 - šest
7 - sedem
8 - osem
9 - devet
10 - deset

Useful words / phrases:

Hello - Živijo
Goodbye - Nasvidenje
Yes - Da
No - Ne
Please - Prosim
Thank you - Hvala
Sorry - Oprostite
I don't understand - Ne razumem
How much does it cost? - Koliko je to?
Where is the toilet? - Kje je WC?
Petrol - Bencin

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Vignette / toll requirements:

Vignettes are required to use the motorways - available at petrol stations before you get to the border. There are toll booths, but only for vehicles over 7.5 tonnes

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Vehicle laws:

Speed limit is 130 kph on motorways, 110 kph on dual carriageways, 90 kph on main roads and 50 kph in built up areas.

Dipped headlights are compulsory during the day

Reflective jacket, first aid kit, warning triangle and snow chains are compulsory

You must not indicate when entering a roundabout, only when exiting one

You must not overtake a school bus when children are getting on or off it

Hazard warning lights must be used when reversing

Winter tyres are compulsory between 15 November and 15 March

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Wild camping rules: