Dolenjske Toplice (pronounced [dɔˈleːnskɛ tɔˈpliːtsɛ]; German: Töplitz) is a settlement near Novo Mesto in southeastern Slovenia and is the seat of the Municipality of Dolenjske Toplice. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola. The municipality is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. The town lies on the Sušica River, which joins the Krka 2 km north of town. It is a spa town known for its thermal baths established in 1658 by the Counts of Auersperg.
Restaurants in Dolenjske Toplice
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This is a fabulous spa facility thermal hotspring! I tried many around Zagreb but this one is worth writing about. It's nestled in a very small town of less than 1000 where this is the reason to come. It's a lovely town for strolling and having lunch or dinner and spending a day at the Hot Springs. There are several pools and a tunnel to swim to the outdoor pool. Lots of lounge chairs inside and out if you tire of the water. There is also a private nudist area. The spa is very nice, while I have only had the massage they do offer facials and some other services. There is a sauna area with 4 types of saunas, a 40 degree Japanese pool and a whirlpool. When you pay to use the sauna you get a towel and bathing suits are NOT allowed, birthday suits only. I myself keep my towel on in the dry sauna but if you go into the Japanese pool or whirlpool obviously you must be naked. When you enter the sauna area, there are lockers to leave your bathing suit or they can just be hung on the towel racks. This is a great spot for anyone, couples, families, seniors. I just discovered this in the fall and am looking forward to going there in the summer time. There is a very nice, and pricey, restaurant within walking distance once you have parked at the Hot Springs. It's called Ostarija and then driving distance there is a great family restaurant with fabulous pizza called Gostilna Kolar.
4 based on 2 reviews
Nestling between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea, Slovenia is one of the greenest countries in the world with more than half of its total area covered in forest, the most special of which is Koćevski Rog under which flow the natural spring waters that we use to give Berryshka its unique flavour. Relish in a snapshot view into the daring creations that are Berryshka and take a step back in time as you savour the exquisite aromas of age old recipes brought into the 21st century for your personal pleasure and delight. This unique tour and tasting experience will unveil some of the secrets and skills that go into creating the award winning range of super premium Berryshka spirits and chocolates. You will be even able to have a look into our chocolatier, where you will learn everything about the preparation of divine Berryshka chocolate delights. After the tour, stay awhile and sit in peace and tranquility of nature in our bar and indulge yourself by tasting our range of award winning products. Admire the ancient forest beyond and crystal clear waters that have rippled beneath the forestcanopies for centuries and maybe, just maybe, you too will feel the influence of Berryshka as she spreads her love of all things natural towards the Berryshka distillery and beyond.
Ubicato vicino alle terme di Dolenjske Toplice, questo piccolo chalet in legno con annesso laboratorio di produzione vendono cioccolato e liquori ai vari frutti (ciliegia, mora,...) oltre al gin. È possibile organizzare delle degustazioni, direttamente con loro, oppure con la gita organizzata presso gli hotel delle terme al costo di 10 euro.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Local museum with several buildings stands near the church in the middle of Novo mesto. You can look at Exhibitions of local history, pottery. You need to take more time for archeology. They have really excellent situlas, golden necklesses and other objects from prehistoric times (bronze age) to the antiquity. Try to listen to the guided tour. Museum has small souvenir shop. For fresh drinks you need to go to the main square.
4 based on 5 reviews
Breg (meaning "a river bank") is a picturesque part of the old town, situated, as the name suggests, at the steep left bank of the Krka river. Obviously it's best viewed from the other (i.e. right) bank of the river. One fine spot to view and take great photos is right from the Kandija bridge (the oldest bridge in the town, kinda an extension of Glavni trg). The other one is from a boat mooring where the Nad mlini and Resslova streets branch off the Kandijska street, just a short walk down the street from the Kandija bridge.
4 based on 6 reviews
The oldest still existing bridge in the town, built in 1898. It connects Glavni trg and the Kandija district. Open to pedestrians and cyclists. Motor vehicles are also permitted at the moment, however the town's management is trying to limit motor traffic in the old town.
The best place to admire the bridge's iron construction is from the "frog's perspective" from any of the river's bank, for instance from boat moorings at the Kandijska street or at the Župančič Promenade (Župančičevo sprehajališče)
4 based on 2 reviews
Very attractive location by the river. Monastery is very old and well maintained. Friars are very helpful and kind. You can also visit the library to see some codecs from 1418 and many more. You have to try special schnapps made by Franciscan friars in Novo mesto called Franciskove kapljice – Drops of St. Francis. Very tasty and healthy. If you want to visit you have to call one day before to reserve the hour for visit. It is worth of your time for visit. You won’t regret.
5 based on 1 reviews
German bunker in Drska area of Novo mesto was built immediately after German occupation of Novo mesto in October 1943. Germans continued to use Italian fortifications (trenches, barbed wires, small foritications) used for controlling the movement in and out of Novo mesto and in 1943 they build many fortified bunkers around city. German anti-tank Bunker in Drska measures 6m x 5,7m, the height is 3m and the walls are 85cm thick. When marshall Tito visited Novo mesto in 1952 the citizens put Škoda artillery gun from WW1 on the roof and later it was replaced by WW2 anti-aircaft gun Flak M38. In 1992 the bunker was listed as local heritage site and it is one of the starting points for "Novo mesto in wire" (Novo mesto v žici) memorial walk. It is tjhe only well preserved ww2 bunker in the region.
3 based on 1 reviews
3 based on 1 reviews
Looks like a government building in the center of Novo Mesto. But no information is provided. Just looks nice.
3 based on 1 reviews
I was expecting more from Novo Mesto. Even though Sv. Miklavz is a quite interesting church - do not miss the Tintoretto - the city itself does not offer much more else. The central square is nice, with the Rotovz as most impressive building, but not more than that. Stop if you are on the way.
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