5 Things to Do in Sezana That You Shouldn't Miss

December 20, 2017 Concepcion Newsome

Sežana (pronounced [sɛˈʒaːna] ( listen); Italian: Sesana) is a town in the Slovenian Littoral region of Slovenia, near the border with Italy. It is the seat of the Municipality of Sežana. Sežana is located on the Karst Plateau, 17 kilometres (11 miles) from Trieste, Italy, and 80 km (50 mi) from Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia.
Restaurants in Sezana

1. Sezana Botanical Park

Partizanska cesta 2, Sezana 6210, Slovenia +386 5 731 12 00
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Sezana Botanical Park

An exceptional park once owned by a maritime nobleman from the Scaramanga family. It contains 198 interesting tree species and several hundred species of exotic potted plants from all corners of the world. You can also visit the palmarium and the herbarium, and geological and archeological Exhibitions.

Reviewed By Miha P - Maribor, Slovenia

You can easily miss this attraction. Exit from highway and drive slowly to Sežana. Park just behind new modern building “Občina”. An interesting park without entrance fee is just behind the modern architecture (some steps). You will find some interesting old trees, an old glasshouse, a part with cut hedge, an average Fountain. It is not Versailles but it can be compared with any smaller garden around Trieste and is the best on Carst. You can proceed to Štanjel (Ferrari garden). Usually there are no tourists and you will walk alone from one side to the other in less than an hour.

2. Vinakras Sezana

Sejmishka pot 1a, Sezana 6210, Slovenia
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Vinakras Sezana

The beginnings of the organised production of wine at the Vinakras Winery of Sezana dates back to 1861. You can choose between different wine-tastings and degustation rooms: - smaller degustation room - old Krast cellar (155 years old) - new degustation room Individuals and groups are kindly invited to make a prior reservation. Along with a professional explanation and presentation of selected wines, the guests will have the opportunity to taste also the delicious Karst gastronomy. GUIDED TOUR & WINE TASTING MONDAY – SATURDAY ( 9:30 a.m. – 18:30 p.m. ) SUNDAY ( 10:00 a.m. – 17:00 p.m. ) BONUSES •children under 4 years (nonalcoholic beverage) free of charge •4-18 years (nonalcoholic beverage) 50% discount •tourist guide & driver free of charge

Reviewed By Steven D

We were greated by the lovely Nina and started off by tasting the grape juice and getting a tour. It was really a great experience. Afterwards we tasted different wines and liquor in their cellar, accompanied cheese and meat. The explanation was great, clear and complete. We had a wonderful time and would recommend this to anyone.

3. Bowling El Cubano

Partizanska cesta 71 D, Sezana 6210, Slovenia +386 41 333 220
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Bowling El Cubano

Reviewed By Maja K

Beautifull place Cuban style Nice staff Blue bowling lines Bowling Biliard Team building Party for all generations Delisious Cocktails Birthday party

4. Kosovelov dom Sezana

Sezana 6210, Slovenia
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Kosovelov dom Sezana

Reviewed By Miha P - Maribor, Slovenia

Building is good architecture, work of Vojteh Ravnikar. The place was built for theater Performances, small congresses, meetings, Exhibitions of paintings and more. Main lobby is open for exhibitions; for special Performances you need to pay tickets. You can find all kinds of shops and restaurants near the center. Building is dedicated to famous poet form Kras – Srečko Kosovel. Special attraction in the lobby is an old piano, saved from Italian ship Rex.

5. The Karst Living Museum

Partizanska cesta 4 | TIC Sezana, Sezana 6210, Slovenia +386 5 731 01 28
The Karst Living Museum

With typical karst features such as karst dolines, uvalas, sinkholes, grikes, abysses, and of course, underground caves, the living museum of Karst area, which extends over 700 hectares, is defined as ecologically important area and its larger part belongs among the Natura 2000 sites. For almost a half of a century, the area was closed to the public. It represents the natural and cultural heritage of typical Karst and it covers the area between Sezana, Lipica and former Slovenian-Italian border, along the axis connecting the old Austro-Hungarian road Sezana - Bazovica. Thematic and cross-border recreational trails are constructed under the auspices of the museum, with marked points of interest. They also implement changes to protect biodiversity of the area. Free map of The Karst Living Museum is available in tourist information centers of Sezana, Dutovlje and Lokev.

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