EuroVelo 9 - Baltic-Adriatic is the longest cycling trail of its kind in Slovenia, starting in the vineyards on the Austrian-Slovenian border and ending at the seaside border with Croatia, in the Mediterranean-style town of Bad Radkersburg. The route passes through a beautiful countryside as well as historic cities like Maribor (European Capital of Culture in 2012) and Ljubljana.

National & Regional Information

EuroVelo Slovenija

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

Led by the Ministry of Infrastructure, the Slovenian consortium consists of 10 organisations, among which are public bodies, NGOs and a public transport company. It constitutes a Coordination Centre.

+386 1 478 8145

Slovenian Cycling Network

The Slovenian cycling network is a voluntary and non-profit association of organizations, who joined in faith of encouraging cycling in Slovenia, to influence a permanent development of pedestrian, cyclist and public transport friendly traffic, to coordinate the movement of the organisations, and to represent them in a dialog with the national administration and international movements.

(+386) 031 329 586

Tourist Information Centers (TIC)

If you’re looking for more information on a town, accommodation, landmarks and events, there are more than 100 tourist information centres across Slovenia that can provide you with the most up-to-date information. Local experts will provide all the information you need to make the most of your stay in Slovenia.

EuroVelo 9 - Baltic - Adriatic in Podravje region

Detailed information on EuroVelo 9 in the Podravje region: points of interest, GPX tracks, cycling map, elevation, kilometres.