Logar Valley is one of the most wonderful valley in Slovenia. It lies inside Kamnik-Savinja Alps so when you walk around the valley you have a beautiful view on the mountains around. There is walking trail from the start to the end of the valley but you can also use the car if you prefer. I suggest you to hike if you have time cause you will get most of the valley. On the way through the valley you can see Chapel of Christ the King, source of Crna, Charcoal-burner's Hut, Palenk Waterfal, Plesnik's Elm and the best of all Rink Fall at the end of Valley. If you still have energy then climb to Okreselj Mountain Hut. On the way there you will see source of River Savinja and enjoy in beautiful view on the mountains and Logar Valley. In the neighbourhood of Logar Valley you can see other interesting places like Robanov kot Valley, Solcava, Podolseva with Potocka zijalka Cave, Olseva, etc.
Kranjska Gora is one of the most popular Alpine resort in Slovenia. It is located in the north-east side of Slovenia near Italia and Austria border. There are many ski slopes for different skills and tracks for cross-country skiing. Latter is especially good in Ratece or Planica-Tamar Valley. In summer season there are very good possibilites for hiking, climbing, cycling, etc. Near Kranjska Gora is the highest pass in Slovenia, Vrsic that leads you to Trenta Valley with emerald river Soca. On the way to Vrsic you can stop at Lake Jasna. From there is avery scenic view of Julian Alps. Not so far from Kranjska Gora is Planica-Tamar Valley as it was previously already mentioned. In Planica are organized ski jumps in winter. In summer this valley is perfect for hiking.
Idrija is a town located in the south west direction from Ljubljana. Idrija is the oldest mining town in Slovenia with many preserved buildings. The early beginnings are connected with the discovery of mercury, growth, development and extent of the city were directly associated with the growth of the mine. At the end of the 15th century was made a mining settlement that got the market rights in the 17th century. Idrija was ranked among the most important urban centres in Slovenia in the 18th century. Idrija was the second largest city in Carniola until the First World War. In the past was famous for its technological achievements, intensive contacts with the European cities, developed countries and to attracting many top scientists. In Idrija we can visit many natural, cultural, architectural and engineering attractions. The most important are Castle Gewerkenegg with museum, Kamst, Klavze, the walking path by Rake, Antony's shaft, Miner's House, the oldest town Church of the Holy Trinity, Lance School Idrija, Regional park Zgornja Idrija with the lake called Divje jezero (Wild Lake). The lake belongs among the famous natural attractions of the Slovenian heritage. Idrija is also famous for delicious food, called Idrijski zlikrofi.