Triglav National Park Hiking Map. 1:50,000. Kartografji d.o.o., Slovenia, 2015.
This map of Triglav National Park at 1:50,000 is a topographic map with hiking and cycling trails marked. The reverse side has descriptions of the area's best sights. Coverage extends from Bovec in the west to Bled in the east, and from Kranjska Gora in the north to just short of Tolmin in the south.
There are also are bilingual descriptions of the region's places of interest, including special notes on the World War I Isonzo Front, plus a list of mountain huts and campsites with contact details.
Sample of the Triglav National Park map detail
1 sheet, folded.
Slovenian Coast Tourist Map (Tourist Map of Primorska). 1:75,000. Kartografji d.o.o., Slovenia, 2016.
This map covers the Slovenian coastal region at 1:75.000 (Nova Gorica, Trieste, Koper, Izola and Piran, Sežana, Diva?a, Ajdovscina, Idrija). Hiking paths and cycling routes are shown on the map as recommended routes. On the reverse side is a guide in Slovenian and English with descriptions of individual sites. Map is suitable for hikers, backpackers, cyclists. EAN 3830048521123.
Sample of the Slovenian Coast detail
1 sheet, folded.
Categorized road network
Interesting cultural, natural, religious, archaeological and other facilities and sites
Hotels, inns, guesthouses, hostels, farmhouses, mountain lodges, chalets, gas stations, campgrounds, scenic overlooks, beaches and ski slopes
Alpine World - West Part (Julijske Alp West). 1:75,000. This map covers the western part of the Julian Alps in NW Slovenia. Map covers the area of the Upper Soča Valley, Triglav National Park, and Cerkljansko Škofjeloško Hills, Val Canale, director and Natisone Valley. (Bled, Bohinj, Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Triglav).
Alpine World - East Part (Julijske Alp East). 1:75,000. This map covers the eastern part of the Julian Alps in NW Slovenia. Map covers the area of Gorenjska, Upper Sav-Slovenian Carinthia, and Jauntal. (Kranj, Radovljica Borovlje, Prevalje, Mozirje, Kamnik).
Styria (Stajerska). 1:75,000. Map covers the area of Maribor Pohorje, Kozjak Slovenian hills and the Drava level. (FC, Dravograd Šentilj, Maribor, the Slovenian hills Lenart, Ptuj, Slovenian Bistrica, Slovenjske Konjice).
Pomurja. 1:75,000. Map of the Country Park comprises an area Goriko Murska level Lendavske hills, Slovenian hills (Eastern), Drava and Haloze level. (Upper Radgona, Murska Sobota, Lendava, Hodos, Cakovec, Varazdin, Ormož Ljutomer).
Posavje Hills (Posavsko Hribovje). 1:75,000. Map covers the area of Celje basin Sotelsko, Kozjansko Regional Park, and Posavje Zasavja. (Zagorje, Trbovlje Lasko, Celje and Rogaska Slatina, Podcetrtek, Brežice Sevnica, Trebnje).
Ljubljana and Surroundings. 1:75,000. Map covers the area Polhograjsko Hills, Sava level Posavje Hills (part), Dolenjsko valley, Ljubljana Marshes, the Crimean mountains and Cerknica. (Rayon, Cerknica, Postojna, Logatec Vrhnika, Gorenje you, Ljubljana, Medvode, FC, lithium Ivan?na York).
The Slovenian Coast (Primorske). 1:75,000. Map covers the area coast, Carso, Gorizia, Vipava, Trnovski forest hills Idrija and Trieste. (New York, Trieste, Koper, Izola, Piran, Sežana Diva&ccon;a Ajdovščina Idrija).
Inner Kras Brkini, Dolenjska, White Landscape (Notranjske Kras, Brkini, Dolenjska, Bela Krajina). 1:75,000. Map covers the area Snežnik, Blok, Nanos and Hrušica, beer valley, Javorniki, Kočevski, Novo mesto landscape Kočevski Rog, Gorjancevin Žumberk. (Ilirska Bistrica, Pivka, Postojna, Cerknica, Rayon, Gottschee, New City, ?rnomelj, Metlika).
Triglav National Park (Triglavski Narodni Park). 1:50,000. Map covers the area of ??Triglav National Park in a more precise scale 1:50,000. This detailed topographic map offers better detail of tourist excursions, such as the remains of the Isonzo Front in the area.
Istria, Kvarner (Istra, Kvarner). 1:75,000.
Slovenia Hiking Maps. 1:25,000. Kartografija Slovenia and Geodetskega zavoda Slovenije. These maps have been republished but have not been fully revised like the Triglav map above. Detailed 1:25,000 hiking maps with multilingual legend, which includes English.
Sample detail of the Storzic Hiking Map
Jalovec in Mangart Hiking Map. 1:25,000. 2008.
Krn Hiking Map. 1:25,000. 2006.
Storzic Hiking Map. 1:25,000. 2009.
Slovenia "Mountain Map" Topographic Map Series. 1:50,000. Alpine Association of Slovenia. This series uses topographic maps specifically designed for hikers and mountaineers. Additional information include:
Marked trails, divided into two levels of difficulty,
Border crossings, international, local and mountain,
Restaurants, inns, hotels and campsites.
On the reverse are illustrated descriptions of mountain huts, grid coordinates, capacity, and nearness to adjacent huts.
Latitude/longitude grid for use with GPS units.
Map legends are in Slovenian, English, German, and Italian.
Posavje Hills West - Menina, Ostrez, Kurn hiking map.
Sneznik hiking map.
Triglav National Park hiking map. 1:50,000.
Cycling Series! Slovenia "Excursion" Cycling Map Series. 1:50,000. Geodetski zavod Slovenije. This new series updates the popular Excursion maps with cycling trail information and new tourist information. Not all of the series has been updated - this section lists the updated Cycling Maps while the section below lists the maps that have not yet been updated with cycling information.
On the reverse of the maps in the new series is a TOURIST GUIDE which uses a combination of text and photographs to describe attractions as well as accommodation and catering facilities in the featured area. Maps and text are in Slovenian, English, German, and Italian. All maps are 70 x 100 cm.
Index to map coverage Sample #1 of a map Sample #2 of a map
Dolenjska. Map #15.
Gorenjska. Map #2.
Goriska. Map #16.
Notransjki Kras. Map #11.
Pohorje. Map #10.
Pomurje. 1:70,000. Map #9.
Primorje in Kras. Map #4.
Skofjelosko in Cerkljansko hribovje. Map #3.
Triglav National Park. Map #19. (in English).
Zgornje Posocje. Map #1.
Zgornja Savinjska Dolina (Upper Savinja Valley). Map #6.
Slovenia "Excursion" Leisure Map Topographic Map Series. 1:50,000. Geodetski zavod Slovenije. This part of the series has not yet been updated with the cycling trail information. This series of maps uses the topographic maps of the GzS as a base map. Added to the topographic map base are natural and cultural points of interest. Facilities such as hotels, spas, huts and gas stations are indicated on the map.
On the reverse are short descriptions of the most important attractions. Maps are in Slovenian, English, German, and Italian. All maps are 70 x 100 cm.
Index to map coverage Sample #1 of a map Sample #2 of a map
Bela Krajina. Map #8.
Celjska Kotlina (Celja Basin). Map #14.
Kocevsko. Map #7.
Koroska. Map #17.
Ljubljana-Okolica. Map #5.
Maribor in Okolica. Map #10.
Skofjelosko in Cerkljansko Hribovje (Skofja Loka & the Cerkno). Map #3.
A good physical map showing the wine regions of Slovenia.
New atlas! Slovenia Road Atlas. 1:75,000. Kartografji d.o.o., Slovenia, 2016.
This atlas has 109 pages of maps, plus eleven city-center maps, traffic information and guidance, the legends and the table of distances between major towns in Slovenia. The maps show roads (road categorization, distances between road junctions, gas stations, etc.), tourism themes (hotels, inns, spas, mountain huts, nature attractions, churches, castles, museums, archeological sites etc.). Atlas size is approximately 8 x 12 inches (20 x 30 cm.) Bilingual English/Slovene. ISBN 9789619329320
Sample of the Slovenia road atlas detail
Croatia & Slovenia Supertouring Road Atlas. 1:150,000 (Croatia & Slovenia) & 1:3,500,000 (Europe). Freytag & Berndt. A very detailed road atlas with spot elevations marked, distances between villages shown, individual buildings shown in some cases, thousands of tourist sites and services noted, etc. Spiral-bound.
Slovenia Road Map. 1:300,000. Kartografija Slovenia, 2011. This 2011 map of Slovenia is at a scale of 1: 300 000 and shows the territory of the Republic of Slovenia, plus Istria and Kvarner. It is intended for planning a route around the country. The road network includes distances along main routes, the rail network, the state border, gentle relief with hypsometric shading, thematic elements and gas stations, hotels, motels, airports, ski slopes, caves, camping, interesting natural and cultural sites , national parks, thermal spas, marinas and tourist sites. On the back of the map is an index of place names. Size is 100 x 709 cm, multilingual including English.
Sample detail of the Triglav National Park Map
Slovenia Road Map. 1:200,000. Freytag & Berndt. This is a detailed road map that uses a shaded relief map as a base map. There is an index of place names. Multilingual, map size is 126 x 86 cm.
1 sheet, folded
Slovenia Road Map. 1:150,000. Freytag & Berndt. This is a double-sided, detailed, indexed road map with hill-shading and spot heights showing the relief. The cartography is similar to 65-97901 listed above, but enlarged for greater clarity.
The road detail shows many minor roads, intermediate driving distances, toll routes, scenic routes, tourist routes, caravan traffic restrictions and long-distance hiking routes. Railways, ferries and airports are also shown. Symbols depict various landmarks and facilities such as churches, antiquities, locations of interest, ruins, castles, campsites, hostels, roadway service areas, border control points and technical assistance posts of automobile clubs.
Ten recommended places to visit are briefly described in the index booklet, which also contains street plans of Ljubljana and Maribor. Multilingual text and map legend, map size is 125 x 90 cm.
1 sheet, folded
Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Montenegro Travel Map. 1:600,000. Freytag & Berndt. This detailed road map covers all of the former Yugoslavia. Shaded relief shows elevation, roads are clearly marked, and tourist sites and services are marked. Multilingual legend, including English.
1 sheet, folded
Atlas of Slovene Towns (Atlas Slovenska Mesta in Naselja). Kod & Kam, 2006. 1:12,500. This atlas contains 120 city street plans and a small road atlas section. The road atlas is indexed; the city maps are not. The population and zip code are given for each city, along with the contact information of the tourist office in each city/town. The city maps use numerous symbols to show locations of tourist sites and services. Softcover, 144 pages. In Slovenian with multilingual legend.
Now out of print, we have only 2 copies left.
(Slovenia) Ljubljana City Atlas. 1:10,000/1:15,000. Geodetski zavod Slovenije. This atlas shows the city center at 1:10,000 and the entire city at 1:15,000. In addition to the maps there is a series of air photos of the city. The atlas includes maps of settlements around the city and it contains an excellent "information" section with phone numbers and addresses of museums, consulates, hotels, etc. Includes an index of place names. Spiral-bound, 100 pages.
Now out of print, we have only one copy left.
Slovenia City Street Maps. Kartografija, Slovenia. Detailed city street maps.
Celje city map.
Koper city map.
Kranj city map.
Ljubljana city map. (Same as 65-9792LJ above).
Maribor city map.
Murska Sobota city map.
Nova Gorica/Gorizia city map.
Novo Mesto city map.
Ptuj city map.
Skofja Loka city map.
Velenje city map.
Slovenia City Street Maps. Geodetski zavod Slovenije. City street maps from 1994-2001. Nearly all of these maps are indexed.
NOTE: This publisher is now out of business. We have only a few copies left of these maps. There are newer maps in the listing just above.
Julian Alps of Slovenia. Cicerone Guides. This book contains around over 60 walks which bring the best of the Julian Alps to the English-speaking walker. The walks are organized around five bases – Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Bled and Bohinj – all of which have a range of accommodation and public transport facilities. There is something here for everyone – from easy valley walks and rougher forest trails to high-mountain protected routes, some of which require Alpine mountaineering experience. Several possibilities for multi-day walks are included.
The Julian Alps are situated at the south-eastern end of the Alpine chain. Their highest peak, Triglav, at 2864m, may be smaller than some of the better-known western giants, but what the mountains lack in stature they make up for in interest and accessibility. The dramatic limestone peaks drop steeply through forests to flower meadows, and will give you a feast for the eyes no matter which direction you turn.
Map showing the location of described treks Shows a summary map for one of the treks.
In-depth coverage of all the sights, from the beautiful capital, Ljubljana, to the majestic lakes and mountains of the Julian Alps, and the stunning caves of Postojna and Škocjan.
Expert guidance on a host of outdoor activities, from mountain hikes to skiing and whitewater rafting.
Critical reviews of hundreds of places to sleep, eat and drink, to suit every taste and budget.
Maps and plans for every region.
Slovenia Topographic Maps
Slovenia 1:100,000 Topographic Maps. 1:100,000. Geodetski zavod Slovenije. This series offers complete coverage of Slovenia in 16 sheets. The maps show both latitude/longitude and UTM grids, making them ideal for use with GPS units. Map sheets cover 40' long. x 24' lat. of land. Contour interval is 20 meters with bilingual legend (English/Slovenian).
Index map Sample image
Radlje ob Dravi.
Sentilj v Slovenskih Goricah.
Set of 16 sheets
Slovenia 1:50,000 Topographic Maps. 1:50,000. Geodetski zavod Slovenije. This series offers complete coverage of Slovenia in 64 sheets. The maps show both latitude/longitude and UTM grids, making them ideal for use with GPS units. Contour interval is 20 meters with a Grauss-Kruger projection.
Index map Sample image
(Slovenia) The Atlas of Slovenia for Schools and Homes (Atlas Slovenije za solo in dom). Mladinksa Kijiga & Geodetski zavod Slovenije. 1999. This atlas was published following Slovenian independence and was intended for use by the schools. The atlas contains a physical map at 1:300,000, city plans, and many thematic maps at 1:930,000. Hardbound, 96 pages.
Slovenia Shaded Relief Map (Pregledna Solska Karta Slovenija). 1:500,000. Geodetski Zavod Slovenije. 1990. With tourist information on the reverse; in slovenian.