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About GoSlo

We are an incoming tour operator and travel agency specialised in organising tours, trips, holidays and other tourist activities in Slovenia and surroundings.

Cornerstones of our company

The family atmosphere of the agency means that there is a certain air of flexibility. Professionalism and care, sprinkled with a personal touch and a long-term partnership, based on mutual trust, are the cornerstones of our company.

The knowledge of our staff combined with our strong network enables us to guarantee efficient and high quality services at competitive prices. We are here to custom design your trip and take the hassle out of the planning process so that you can relax and look forward to your journey.


Come and experience Slovenia with GoSLO, where people can relax during amazing experiences making memories for life

Together we can bring your desires to life and make your travel experience to a hidden gem in the heart of Europe unforgettable. Come to explore SLOVENIA, surrounded by high Alps and the Adriatic Sea. It is the land where the Pannonian Plain meets the mysterious Karst, where hills and valleys show off their pristine nature. Green hills, lakes, waterfalls, forests, caves, mountains, plains, rivers and the sea – all on just over 20 000 square kilometres of land. The beautiful nature is replete with historic buildings, castles, churches and parks, where traditional customs are still alive and the people are friendly and cheerful. Slovenia is also known for its superb wine and delicious traditional food that appeals even to people with the most exquisite taste.


Slovenia borders on Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia

The coastal climate is Mediterranean, and it is continental in the plateaus and valleys of the east, which makes this country an ideal tourist destination throughout the year. There are many places to visit and a lot of things to do, depending on the visitor’s interest and the duration of the stay.

  • Ljubljana and Central Slovenia are a great starting point to fall in love with Slovenia's special features. The capital, whose name sounds like ‘beloved’ in Slovenian, is alive with a thousand faces of urban culture and art, festivals and events. It is adjacent to the marsh where the oldest wheel in the world was discovered. Green trails around Central Slovenia lead to places of UNESCO heritage of humanity and primeval forests.
  • Alpine Slovenia is worth exploring with its accessible mountains and hills. Hiking and biking trails take you across the Alps and the Pohorje Hills to the highest peaks, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. Winter sports enthusiasts can enjoy ski resorts. On the one hand, natural treasures of the highest peaks, green valleys and the most beautiful Slovenian lakes are protected by the fairy tale Goldhorn, while on the other, dome-shaped hills meet the town with the oldest vine in the world.
  • The Mediterranean and the Karst in Slovenia merge the wonders of the Karst and the taste of traditional sea salt. Coastal towns show their beauty in the sun, green Istrian rural areas are home to original cuisine with olive oil and wild plants, Brda and the Vipava Valley are home to world famous wines, while the Karst uncovers the secrets of caves which are among the most visited in Europe. This area is also home to the famous white Lipizzaner horses.
  • Thermal Pannonian Slovenia is an area of healing waters and the most beautiful paths to well-being. Numerous Slovenian natural health resorts are strewn among the sunny hills with vineyards. Authentic and hearty local cuisine is provided by welcoming farms. Imagination is stirred by experiences in castles and stories of one of the most powerful noble families in Europe.

GOSLO d.o.o.

Arja vas 89
3301 Petrovče

Telephone: +386 3 492 46 40
Mobile: +386 41 730 502

Registration no.: 6742742000
VAT no.: SI 23823178

TRR: IBAN SI56 6100 0001 3432 228
(Delavska hranilnica d.d. Ljubljana)

GOSLO d.o.o.

Arja vas 89
3301 Petrovče, Slovenia
Registration nr.: 6742742000
VAT nr.: SI23823178

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