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Ljubljana Travel Guides
A very difficult word to say (lyoo-BLYAH-nah) and an even harder city to leave.
Slovenia’s capital is the cutest city in Europe, and it’s not just the pastel-painted buildings that make it colourful.
Ljubljana is the EU’s green capital, and you’ll spot why with its multiple recycling systems, pedestrianised city centre, and love of bikes.
Ljubljana was hipster before lumberjack beards were a thing.
Here is our guide to what to do, where to stay, and where to eat in Ljubljana.
Although Slovenia is certainly a city in which you can spend a couple of days, you will want to leave to hike, drink wine, and visit the natural wonders like the caves and gorges.
Find out more about day trips from Ljubljana here.
Bled Travel Guides
So this is where fairytale stories get their ideas from!
Bled is an enchanting small town 75 minutes from Ljubljana (via bus), making it a charming day trip or overnight stay (to avoid the crowds).
Picturesque Bled has a lake with a church in the middle and a castle atop a cliff.
Eating a custard cake in Bled is mandatory amongst these other activities.
Although most people travel to Bled in summer, Bled is one of Europe’s prettiest winter locations.
You can ski, skate and watch the sunken bell dive in December!
Read this to find out more.
Primostek Travel Guides
Heading south to the border of Croatia lies Primostek, and like the rest of Slovenia, this area relies heavily on its local organic food.
We ate well and chilled out at Big Berry; I still miss those breakfast baskets and watching the river flow.
Here is our honest review of glamping in Slovenia.
Heading soon? Don’t miss my friends at Sofia’s Adventures Slovenia planning guide.