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      customs

doživetja
      walking trips
      sightseeing
      sports activities
      wandering

okusno
      restaurants
      tourist farms
      traditional country feast
      wine cellars
      traditional dishes

gostoljubno
      accomodation
      mountain huts

koristno
      tourist information
      tourist brochures
      local guiding
      other useful information
domače
      wine
      fruit
      home made
      craftsmen
      souvenirs



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Turist Information Centre Ajdovščina
Cesta IV. Prekomorske 61 A
5270 Ajdovščina

tel.: +386 5 36 59 140
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Schedule:
Oct-Apr:
mon - fri: 8.00 - 16.00
sat: 8.00 - 12.00

May-Sept:
mon - fri: 10.00 - 18.00
sat: 8.00 - 12.00





iskalnik
Budanje
villages nearby

The village of Budanje was named after the Hungarian nobleman Buda, who had a castle in the village. Budanje is located in the windiest part of the the Upper Vipava Valley. This could be the reason why the village consists of many scattered hamlets, which spread along the main road Ajdovščina – Vipava, the large pilgrimage church of the Virgin Mary in the hamlet of Log all the way to the road...

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Path across the Hill of Angelska Gora
walking trips

The theme trail across the hill of Angelska Gora is actually a circular trail, which reminds of a necklace, consisting of true pearls of nature and being created with bare human hands. These pearls of nature are the spirit of time and clearly show the never-ending human adaptation to nature, his dependence and capability to live in hard but at the same time magical conditions on the Gora Plateau.


Janez Nepomuk Jakob Edling (1751 - 1793)
important personalities

Janez Nepomuk Jakob Edling, a count and a scholar, was born in 1751 in Gorizia and died in 1793 in Vienna. His father was the count Albert and his mother the countess Karolina Saurau.
There is not much known about his youth and education, but what we do know is that he  acquired good knowledge of the Slovene language at his home-castle in Ajdovščina. Between 1772 and 1774, he became the warden of the Škofja Loka estates and kept this position until 1782. Meanwhile, he brought his...

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