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Slovenia: Itineraries for everyone

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Slovenia location

Southern Europe

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Slovenia at a glance

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Total safe (87 / 100)

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Modern (90 / 100)

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Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Southern Europe, more precisely Slovenia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. The national highlight is Julian Alps near Bled.
Mainly small cities are destinations. It is possible to go to many nature. Many cities are snowy in December. You can pay with Euros everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Slovene. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary shows you everything of Slovenia, Southern Europe. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. If you prefer other holiday destinations you can look at this highlight. Julian Alps by Bled, Julian Alps by Kranjska Gora and Julian Alps by Kobarid are the highlights.
Mainly small cities are destinations. It is possible to go to many nature. The climate is snowy. You can pay with Euros everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Slovene. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through Southern Europe, more precisely Slovenia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. Julian Alps and Istria are the highlights.
Mainly small cities are destinations. You can go hiking in
Piran (Piran itineraries). The climate is snowy. You can pay with Euros everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Slovene. English should be enough for communication everywhere.

Top Slovenia attractions

Things to do

In this article you will find the top things to see and to do in Slovenia in 4 days.bled lake Slightly larger than Lombardy in Italy, Slovenia is a country that has a lot to offer especially for nature lovers. In the past, I talked about what to do in two specific areas of this country: Bohinj and ..

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Slovenia is a small alpine country that’s bursting with history and culture with some incredible natural treasures just waiting to be explored. When it comes to skiing, you’ll find some of Europe’s best ski destinations in Slovenia with some seriously fabulous resorts to take care of your every need.

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Slovenia Travel Blog: Things To Do In Slovenia

Explore The Palaces

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Table of Contents 1. Zelenci Nature Reserve 2. Russian Chapel 3. Vrsic Pass 4. Kobarid 5. Kozjak Waterfall 6. Shortest Village in Slovenia 7. Kanal Ob Soci 8. Soca River 1. ZELENCI NATURE RESERVE Zelenci spring is a nature reserve and only a 5 minute walk from the parking lot by the road.

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, you already know, the country is sure worth the visit. Even though Slovenia is small, it has all kinds of things to offer and each region has its own beauties and characteristics. We have explored Dolenjska region in Slovenia as a family trip. More places we visited, more we were impressed over the region.

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Eat & drink

One of the best things about visiting a country is trying the local cuisine. This delicious dessert is a must try, hailing from the Gorenjska region, and indeed very widely available in the tourist area of Bled (Bled in detail). This is another one to try for sweet lovers! This is another traditional Slovenian pudding and ..

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Slovenian Food: What to Eat in Slovenia

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In the remarkable 500 year old house is not only the Lectar museum, but also the second oldest tradition – restaurant. The restaurant is here ever since 1822 and they serve Slovenian traditional dishes. No matter what time of the year you visit the restaurant, they will always have everything available – also the ...

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In addition to being one of Europe’s greenest nations, roughly 36 per cent of the country’s surface falls within the boundaries of conservation zones and nature protection areas forming part of the European Union’s Natura 2000 network . One of the strategic aims of Natura 2000 is to conserve the continent’s natural ...

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Food alone is a driving factor for many people to travel. Indulging in local foods ...

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5) Eat at a Locals House

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Worth to visit

In Slovenia, it’s all about nature. It’s one of the most water-rich countries in all of Europe, with abundant rivers and lakes plus some Mediterranean coastline. Add in an extremely mountainous terrain and you can just imagine the majestic scenery within Slovenia’s border. The almost Venetian architecture with ...

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Because the hidden waterfall looks enchanting like that... There were many times in Slovenia when I though fairies would come flying around... ...

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A picture is probably worth anything I could tell you. It is hard to describe why this valley in particular is so impressive. Probably because it is just the right size, because it displays magnificent shades of green and ..

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Before I share with your the details of the hike to the Savica waterfall, You might wand to know why this place is so loved and recommended by Slovene poeple. - It is located near one of the the most beautiful lakes in Slovenia: Lake Bohinj The combination of all that makes you look for fairies in the area...

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General

Best movies of 2012. Best books of 2012. Best of my travel posts of 2012. Best political moments of 2012 — though not exactly a top 10 list there. 2012’s best albums by indie bands that will feign public mortification, but be privately ecstatic to get the mention. Best television shows of 2012 on non-major networks ...

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If you love nature, visiting Vintgar Gorge in Slovenia should definitely be among the must-do items in your itinerary for the country. Even in a country with spectacular natural beauty everywhere, walking the trail at Vintgar Gorge is an amazing experience! Keep reading to discover why you should visit Vintgar Gorge, ...

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8 thoughts on “Vintgar Gorge, Slovenia: Why You Should Visit, Plus Tips for a Great Experience!”

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Last summer I visited Slovenia and stuck to the tourist trail. It was stunning and was easily a contender for one of my favourite countries in the world. However, on my second visit to the country, I decided to switch things up and go off the beaten track. After some googling, I found BIG BERRY Slovenia the perfect ...

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I spent a few days in the small country of Slovenia about a decade ago. I was based largely in the capital, Ljubljana, with some countryside excursions , but from what I saw, I knew that it was a country I wanted to see more of one day. ...

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Culture shock in Australia

What’s unique about Slovenian culture?

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Itinerary

Slovenia is a stunning country right between Italy and Croatia, and I’m glad we chose to explore Slovenia on a road trip. We rented a car to see the most of it over a 5 day itinerary. You’ve probably seen images of the fairytale Lake Bled (more about Bled itineraries) area pop up on your Pinterest or Instagram feed, but Slovenia also has castles, ...

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A tough question, as each country has a set of unique qualities that make it great. Getting a wider view of what Slovenia has to offer visitors proved that the country is even more amazing than I remembered. It’s just that Croatia is already popular as a tourist destination, and ..

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For a small country, Slovenia has never-ending scenery. With mountains, castles, coastline, caves, and more, you’ll never get bored. Instead of settling for just Ljubljana (Ljubljana in detail) and Lake Bled (more about Bled), head into some lesser-traveled corners with this one week Slovenia itinerary — yes, you can see it all quickly and ..

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14 thoughts on “See it All With This One Week Slovenia Itinerary”

Maximizing Your Time With This Slovenia Itinerary

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With two weeks in Slovenia and Croatia as a first-time traveler to the Balkans, you can see a lot of the best sights the countries have to offer. The Balkans make for a fantastic road trip destination and in addition to Slovenia and Croatia, I was able to add Montenegro and Mostar to this itinerary as well.

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One Week Itinerary for Croatia

Five Day Itinerary for Slovenia

Itinerary for Driving Slovenia and Croatia in Two Weeks

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Costs

I’d made friends with a Slovenian girl while I was in college, and when I announced my plans to take an extended trip around the world, she invited me to visit her in her home country. She put together an action-packed itinerary that would have me exploring Slovenia in a huge amount of detail, then I booked a train ...

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Slovenia is quite cheap compared to some near countries – Austria, Italy (plan Italy itineraries), Switzerland (Switzerland itineraries) and Germany (plan Germany itineraries) but more expensive than other Balkan countries. ...

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You also need to pay more to enjoy some of the other special attractions inside like the Escape Castle, Behind Bars Guided Tour or the Time Machine Guided Tour. See the rates for other tickets here! ...

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Accommodation

Hotel Lent Maribor: Stay right next to the Drava river at this great hotel in Maribor. Conveniently located just a few minutes from the main square and a 15-minute walk to the train station, it makes a great stay whether you want to stay in Maribor or go explore. The hotel comes with free breakfast, a restaurant and ..

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It is not too big and the capital city is located in the center. Another option is camping. I must admit that their campsites are well hidden, because I have not seen that many ? Ljubljana (Ljubljana itineraries) is the capital city, centrally located and a vibrant town with lots to taste and ..

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Why stay near Postojna

Where I stayed

Why stay in Bovec Slovenia

Why stay in Bled Slovenia

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, and with some of the most stunning countryside and scenery on offer, it’s really no wonder. The cities are a melting pot of culture, and the small but lively capital, Ljubljana (more about Ljubljana itineraries), is a fantastic place to visit for those who want to experience Slovenian traditions but do it all with a modern twist.

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Hotel Slon

Hotel Hvala

Hotel Majerca

Hotel Tartini

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Slovenia is a relatively cheap country. There are plenty of options for the accommodation from Eco Resorts to 5 stars Hotels. A good place to find excellent deals is Booking.com Another good choice is Airbnb. Here you can find a discount for your first ...

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More about Slovenia

Slovenia is a country in southern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. It borders Italy, Austria, Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovinia. It is mountainous and hilly with lowlands on the coast and in the Sava and Drava river valleys. The climate is generally continental, but Mediterranean nearer the coast. Diary farming, mercury mining, light manufacturing and tourism are the main activities. The about 2.000.000 Slovenians live in an area of about 21.000 square kilometers. Languages spoken are Slovene and Serbo-Croate; only a few have a working knowledge of English. The capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana.