- Stop your step
- Seat and Eat
- About Zasavje
Natural-history study trail Prusnik starts beneath Nature park Kum and presents the important part Sava had as a transportation route.
Glass making industry was the second most prominent industry, beside mining that started in 1755 in Zagorje.
Rafting down the ancient waterway is organized in cooperation with two clubs.
Warfare can be fun and exciting if the actual shooting is done with toys and harmless coloured projectiles.
Zasavje is situated on a rugged terrain, with mountains and valleys packed on a small place.
Preventing the old saying “to fall from a horse” requires skill and practice, which can be learned in English or Western riding school; a nice training ground in Loke pri Kisovcu offers training in dressage and show jumping.
Simončič organic farm is located on the edge of Hrastnik, near Radeče, in the protected area of Natura 2000 park.
Farmhands, squires, knights, dames and ladies, Dark ages come to light in Zasavje.
Mining created many underground attractions that can now be seen by anyone.
A stark contrast to the industrial areas are the green hills of the Zasavje countryside.
Zasavje is densely populated, not just with people, but also with climbing areas, whose number is continuously growing, in Zasavje and across border.
In the Trbovlje-Hrastnik Mine
A five kilometre long trail through the maze of mineshafts leads from coal separation facility in Trbovlje to the Barbara mine in Hrastnik.