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Food & Drink
Horseback & Animal Rides
Hiking & Trekking
Walking trails fanning out into the surrounding hills and meadows are marked on the 1:25,000 Rogaška Slatina GZS map (€2.10) available from the TIC...
Natural Parks & Forests
You can rent rowing and sailing boats from the Ranca Boat Club, about 2km southeast of the centre on the Drava.
At the Hotel Donat, opposite the bandstand, there’s an indoor thermal pool , sauna, steam room and gym. A 30-minute body massage costs €24...
Health & Wellness
The centre of spa action is the 12-storey Terapija building where you'll find everything from pearl baths to lymph glands drainage. Treatments start from €22.
You can engage in a ‘drinking cure’ of your own at the Pivnica, the round glassed-in drinking hall where mineral water is dispensed directly from the springs...
One of the largest cellars in Slovenia, this is the place to go if you want to buy wine, especially local tipple such as Haloze Chardonnay, Šipon or Laški Rizling...
The so-called Rogaška Riviera at the northern end of Celjska cesta has two indoor and two outdoor swimming pools that are all connected. There’s also a whirlpool and saunas...
Formerly known as Atomske Toplice (thus the train station name, Atomske Toplice), Terme Olimia, about 1.2km northeast of Podčetrtek centre, has thermal water (28°C to 35°C) full of magnesium and calcium for health...
Some of the most rewarding hikes and bike trips in Slovenia can be made in this area...
Although Zagreb is not normally associated with winter sports, you can ski right outside town at Sljeme, the main peak of Mt Medvednica, if the snow lasts long enough...
Small Group Tours
Zagreb’s public transportation network operates open-deck tour buses (70KN for adults, free for children under seven) on a hop-on/hop-off basis from April through September...
Sports & Games
By the Sava River, the park has outdoor and indoor Olympic-size swimming pools, as well as smaller pools for children, a gym and tennis courts. To get to Jarun, take tram 5 or 17.
Tours include 'Do You Speak Croatian?' at 10.30am on Saturdays, which teaches you basic language skills. The price is 95KN for adults (75KN for students). From May through September only; otherwise by appointment.
Personalised tours that range in theme from wine tasting (200KN for three hours) to hiking in Zagreb's surroundings (from 635KN per person for a day trip).
To experience Zagreb on a bike, book one of the tours – choose between Lower Town, Upper Town or Novi Zagreb – departing daily at 10am; both last around two hours and cost 170KN...
Driving & Offroading
This centre offers outdoor and indoor tennis courts, a gym, a winter ice-skating rink and two outdoor swimming pools. There’s also an indoor ice-skating rink that rents out skates.
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