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Drago Bulc

Doyen of Slovenian travel journalism
Nestled in the basin of the River Sava with its several dammed lakes, Krško with its surroundings of vast fields and rolling hills covered by vineyards and orchards is a true gem still undiscovered by tourists. The wonderful varied natural environment, crisscrossed by well-tended waking paths and bicycle lanes, is ideal for all kinds of recreation. All of this is complemented by an increasingly rich oenological and gastronomical offer reputed predominantly for meat dishes based on krškopoljski pork and premium autochthonous wine varieties, most particularly the Blue Franconian. Krško is also easily accessible thanks to excellent international rail and motorway corridors passing through it, and other infrastructure catering to tourism is increasingly being developed. To recap, Krško is Slovenian tourism’s treasure trove that remains relatively unknown and now is the time for you to find it!       

Gorazd Skrt

Head of the Slovenian Tourism Board’s Delegation in Italy from 2007 to 2017.
On many an occasion, I heard from people returning from Slovenia how impressed they were by the places they discovered by chance. The Lower Sava Valley is such a hidden treasure. It is a unique destination that greatly exceeds expectations and simply leaves no visitor indifferent thanks to its wonderful nature, excellent food and wine and exceptional cultural heritage.

Mira Šemić

Wine expert and Director of the Gault & Millau Guide Slovenia.
The Lower Sava Valley is a fresh springtime bouquet of autochthonous dishes and wine varieties, good inns and wineries, wrapped in warmth, heart and hospitality. Gault & Millau Slovenia is happy to have recognised its qualities.