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Good things come in small packages, and nowhere is this more true than the delightful city of Ljubljana. With a population of under 300,000 and one of the prettiest riversides in Europe, the Slovene capital is perfect for wandering. It has a … Continue reading
With its glorious array of stalactites and stalagmites, tunnels and spectacular rock formations it is easy to see why the Postonja Cave (Postonjska Jama) have been capturing the imagination of visitors for some 200 years now. Situated about 66km south … Continue reading
As you travel south along the 46km stretch of the Slovenian coastline, literally the last attraction you’ll see before reaching Croatia is the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park (Krajinski park sečovljske soline). Sat next to the Dragonje River marking the border, … Continue reading
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The last time I went to Predjama Castle, Slovenia was still part of Yugoslavia and the Berlin Wall was a few years away from falling. All I remembered through my child’s eyes – I was either six or seven at … Continue reading