Slovenia is a small country in Central Europe known for its diverse landscapes, including the Julian Alps, picturesque lakes, and charming cities. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully. Here’s a description of some principal cities, waterways, and main roads in Slovenia:
- Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia.
- It is situated in the central part of the country, along the Ljubljanica River.
- The city is known for its medieval architecture, vibrant cultural scene, and a castle overlooking the old town.
- Maribor is the second-largest city and is located in the northeastern part of Slovenia.
- It is situated on the banks of the Drava River and is known for its wine-growing regions and the oldest vine in the world.
- Celje is a historical town located in the Savinja Valley.
- It has a rich history, and the Celje Castle is one of the prominent historical landmarks.
- Kranj is a city in the northwest of Slovenia, near the capital, Ljubljana.
- It is an industrial and cultural center with a charming old town.
- Ljubljanica River:
- The Ljubljanica River flows through the capital, Ljubljana, and is an integral part of the city’s charm.
- It passes through the central part of the country.
- Sava River:
- The Sava River is one of the major rivers in Slovenia, flowing through the central and eastern regions.
- It is a tributary of the Danube and is significant for transportation and recreation.
- Drava River:
- The Drava River runs through the northeastern part of Slovenia, forming part of the country’s border with Austria.
- It is another important river for the region’s economy.
- A1 Motorway:
- The A1 motorway connects the capital, Ljubljana, with Maribor and the northeastern part of the country.
- A2 Motorway:
- The A2 motorway runs from the southwestern border with Croatia, connecting Ljubljana with the coastal city of Koper.
- A3 Motorway:
- The A3 motorway connects the western part of Slovenia, passing through cities like Nova Gorica and Ajdovščina.
- E61 European Route:
- The E61 is a European route that passes through Slovenia, connecting the capital with Austria and Hungary.
- Slovenian Coast:
- The coastal region is connected by various roads, including the H5 expressway, providing access to towns like Koper and Piran.
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