This article is really about Lower Styria, a now in-official Slovenian region. The historic Austrian Duchy of Styria (in German: Steiermark) was divided after World War I, as Slovenia gained its independence from Austria. Now Lower Styria is a part of Slovenia, but it shouldn't be confused with Southern Styria, which really belongs to Austria. What further complicates matters is the fact that Lower Styria is no official entity, but merely a historic region, although the name is still alive and even important for the population, as an integral part of their identity. To make matters more clear it might help to mention the Slovenian name: Spodnja Štajerska.
The region is mostly mountainous (belonging to the Alps), so of course it is an obvious travel destination for domestic and international visitors, especially now with Slovenia having introduced the Euro as its currency. In Lower Styria you can still enjoy the Alps at lower prices than in all the other countries - but with all the benefits.
Maribor is the region's biggest city, Celje is another major town and has a beautiful old town.
Major building plot of land in the size of 7.960 m², is intended for construction of row houses or individual houses, is situated near the center of the town of Ptuj. Because of its shape, the land is suitable mainly for the construction of row houses, as it allows the construction of the lines. The land is suitable for immediate construction, since it can be built under the SEN-u ... [ read more » ]
Beautiful villa is located in the untouched nature, but still not far away from the golf courses in Ptuj, Ptuj, Zagreb airport and ski resorts in Pohorje in Maribor. Villa has a total area the size of approximately 10,000 m2 wich has the galvanized fence in height of two meters all around. [ read more » ]