As the capital of Styria (“Štajerska”), Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia. It is pleasant, small and lodged in the wonderful nature of the Pohorje hills on the one side and wine growing hills on the other, with the river Drava wending its way through. With its diversity and quality, it offers a great experience to all visitors and is one of the key tourist destinations in Slovenia.

The rich wine tradition of the oldest vine in the world, the beat of the city with its flourishing cultural history, its location amidst wine growing hills and the green Pohorje as well as various possibilities for exploring, recreation, relaxation, entertainment and meetings will convince you that Maribor has a heart and soul and that the people of Maribor are excellent hosts.

The old town core promises unforgettable adventures: walk along the Drava embankment and through the lively streets and squares, where history and tradition blend with dynamics and modernity. Let Lent, the oldest part of the town, enchant you with its Old Vine, the oldest vine in the world, with medieval towers and remains of the old town walls, and moreover the square Grajski trg with the castle and museum, the main square Glavni trg with the Plague Column and the Town Hall, Bishop Slomšek’s Cathedral with its viewing tower and Statue of the first bishop of Maribor Anton Martin Slomšek in front of the Cathedral, the Jewish synagogue, the Art Gallery and the Theatre just to mention a few.

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Tourist information

TIC Maribor
(informations, reservations, guided tours, souvenirs)

Partizanska cesta 6a
2000 Maribor
T: 02 234 66 11 
E: tic[at]
Office hours
Monday–Friday:  9.00–19.00
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 9.00–17.00


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