Town Murska Sobota
The city of Murska Sobota is located on a dry gravel area in the central part of Prekmurje and is the capital of the statistical region of Pomurje. It is an administrative and economic center and is the last northernmost municipality in Slovenia with around 20,000 inhabitants taking into account the surrounding settlements. Through it, the Pragersko - Hodoš railway line runs, which continues to Hungary. A few miles from the city runs so called Pomurje motorway. In the neighboring settlement
called Rakičan there is the General Hospital Murska Sobota with all the necessary medical infrastructure.
The city is only 8 miles away from the famous Slovene Landscape Park Goričko and from neighboring countries and is 6 miles away.
The Murska Sobota was inhabited in prehistoric times, witnessed by various artifacts, while the Slavs settled it between 600 and 800 years. Through the centuries, the city had many rebels after the First World War and returned to its motherland. The flourishing city experienced around 1960 with the advent of industry.
The surrounding area is of a rural nature with farms, fields, forests and vineyards. For several decades the town has been intensively developing as a tourist destination with thermal centers, with hiking and cycling routes, a golf center, adrenaline parks, beautiful gastronomy and especially top-quality white wines.