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Are there additional costs?

Round-trip airfare; excess baggage charges; travel insurance. Food and beverages if not defined otherwise. Alcoholic beverages beyond those occasionally provided with meals. Optional gratuities to tour guides. Items of a personal nature.


How will I get around?

MT&MT organizes transportation from and to Ljubljana airport to your hotel on the days of your arrival and departure. MT&MT organizes transportation from and to sites listed on the itinerary. Travelers may walk/run/cycle at locations, per the itinerary.


What is the weather like?

The northwestern part of Slovenia has an Alpine climate, and temperatures in the valleys are moderate. June through September are the prime visiting months. The Adriatic coast enjoys a Mediterranean climate (warm sunny days). This time of year, temperatures typically range from the lower 50s to the upper 90s.


What should I wear?

Slovenians tend to dress somewhat sophisticated, though casual clothes are acceptable. Jeans, light-weight pants, blouses or t-shirts, and loose-fitting clothing are popular options. Lightweight jackets or sweaters are advisable for cooler evenings. Slovenians often walk from place to place, so comfortable, durable footwear is recommended. Trips involving running, cycling, hiking, water sports or other outdoor activities require special gear.


Slovenia is a member of the European Union, and more than half of the population identifies as Roman Catholic. There are no discernible customs restricting public appearance, though street clothes (rather than swimsuits) and sometimes over-the-knee pants and shirts are required in churches, museums, and other formal institutions.

Find here ( some additional tips on what to wear in Slovenia.


Does anyone speak English?

The official language of Slovenia is Slovenian. Hungarian and Italian are co-official languages in small areas in the northeast and southwest of the country. Most people speak at least one foreign language, usually English. German and Croatian/Serbian languages are also spoken widely.


Will I be safe?

Slovenia is generally a very safe country. Still, pickpockets operate everywhere. Avoid leaving your belongings unattended, and avoid carrying large sums of cash or valuables with you on day trips. People can walk alone in virtually all areas and cities, even at night.

Injuries and illnesses are always possible, so we recommend inquiring about international medical coverage with your health insurance provider.


Can I lodge by myself?

Single accommodation needs will be asked to pay a single supplement fee. There are a limited number of single rooms available upon request. Sharing accommodations is the norm for this type of travel.


What else should I know?

This trip is subject to the booking information set forth in the current Mateja Travel Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and contact us if you have any questions. Additional trip information will be provided upon registering for the trip.


Can I buy a plane ticket now?

Please check with us before purchasing your airline tickets to ensure your trip is confirmed with the minimum number (5) of participants required to operate.


What if I cancel the trip? 

Custom trips require a nonrefundable per-person deposit of 20 % of the trip deposit upon booking. Unless otherwise defined during the reservation process, final payment is due 45 days prior to departure. If final and full payment is not received by the applicable due date, reservations are subject to cancellation and deposits shall be forfeited or you must pay 10 % late fees. For reservations made within 45 days of the departure date, full payment is required when the reservation is accepted.

Your right to a refund if you change or cancel your travel plans is limited. All requests for changes or cancellation must be sent to Mateja Travel in writing.
If you decide to cancel your trip, the following fees apply and are due when we receive notice of your cancellation:

  • 61+ days prior to departure = 20 % of the total trip cost is non-refundable
  • 46 to 60 days prior to departure = 25 % of the total trip cost is non-refundable
  • 0 to 45 days prior to departure = 100 % of the trip cost is non-refundable

If you instead transfer to another trip, the following fees at due at the time of the request:

  • 45 days or more prior to departure = 20 % of the trip cost is non-refundable
  • 0 to 44 days prior to departure = 40 % of the trip cost is non-refundable

Mateja Travel reserves the right to withdraw a tour, refuse to accept or retain any person as a member of a tour at any time, or to make changes in the published itinerary, whenever in their sole judgment conditions warrant or if they deem it necessary for the comfort, convenience or safety of the passengers.

Leaving a trip in progress, for any reason whatsoever, will not result in a refund.

No refunds will be made for unused services or cancellations due to invalid travel documents.

Any airline tickets issued are subject to the air carrier’s refund policy.

If you have any questions, or any penalties are unclear, please contact Mateja Travel. All cancellation fees will be charged to the credit card you authorized to pay for travel services or deducted from the supplier’s refund.