The Sava river valley, the longest river that flows through most of Slovenia, offers many opportunities for active holidays and unspoiled nature. On the left and right banks of the river there are meadows and fields where hard-working people cultivate the land and produce home-grown local foods. The Posavje region was also marked by feudalism, with a reminder of this period being the castles of Posavje.
Start your journey in Sevnica, now known around the world as the birthplace of the first lady of the USA. But Sevnica and its surroundings offer much more. To prepare yourself for further explorations, have a snack in the former prison of the Sevnica Castle, where you will be served salami and Modra Frankinja/Blaufränkisch wine. Enjoy a guided tour, exploring the hidden corners of the castle, whose history has been shaped by centuries of famous noble names like Mosconi and Aurspergi …Next you will visit the ecological farm Repovž in Šentjanž. 80% of the food offered is grown either on their own farm or on one of the surrounding farms. After a late lunch, take a stroll through the village and stay overnight if you wish.
12.30 – guided tour of Sevnica castle and tasting of salami and wine
15.30 – visit and lunch at the ecological farm Repovž in Šentjanž
After lunch stroll through the village and stay overnight, if you wish.
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July 2020 The visit 'A Taste of Sevnica' began at Sevnica castle where myself and Steve were met by a guide. We firstly watched a short film on the history of the castle, and its owners. This we found very interesting and learnt a lot from it. The guide then gave us a...