16 Maj

Open Kitchen – The Ultimate Food Adventure

Friday the 24th March will be a happy day for food lovers in Ljubljana. Finally, the Open Kitchen project is back for a new season and the Ljubljana central city market will once again be filled with people curious to enjoy in one of the best gourmet experiences in Ljubljana. ❤   What we love […]

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16 Maj

10 Tips What Can You Do in Ljubljana

Most of us are trying to stay within a budget while traveling. The problem is that it’s hard to find some interesting and free activities. But, as a native Slovenian, I would like to share my top 10 things to do in Ljubljana for free. So if you are planning to visit Ljubljana make sure to read these tips.   […]

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16 Maj

Škocjan caves – Spectacular chambers carved out by the river

The Škocjan Caves Regional Park will be marking two important anniversaries this year – the 20th anniversary of its establishment and the 30th anniversary of the caves’ listing as a UNESCO World Heritage site.   Park director Stojan Ščuka said that park authorities were not aiming for a massive increase in visitors but the caves did attract increasingly many tourists […]

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16 Maj

Rolling back through history – Discover stunning valleys and breathtaking sceneries

Tourist guide book publisher Lonely Planet made a list of ten often overlooked railway journeys where it ranked the Bohinj railway, connecting western Slovenia with Italy, at first place. The author said it was “a near-perfect railway adventure most people have never heard of”.   The 158 km long Bohinj railway, named the Transalpina railway in Italian, stretches from the north-western town of Jesenice through the […]

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16 Maj

A step back in time: Ljubljana Castle

Ljubljana Castle, the magnificent Medieval building overlooking Ljubljana, is one of the most distinctive symbols of the Slovenian capital. In recent years, it has become one of the most popular spots for locals and the growing number of visitors to the capital. But it was not always this way.   In the early 19th century, the castle functioned as a prison and a military […]

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16 Maj

Piran – the most densely populated Slovenian town

The mediaeval town of Piran on the coast is the most densely populated settlement in Slovenia, with more than 5,600 residents per square kilometre, show data from the Statistics Office.   If all of Slovenia were to be as densely populated as Piran, it would need a population of nearly 114 million, the statisticians have calculated.   In […]

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