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Travel Guide: A quick trip to Slovenia

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Slovenia, located in central and southern Europe, touches the Alps and borders the Mediterranean Sea. It is rich in open spaces, authentic gastronomy, and has a lot of beautiful landscapes.

The European Commission awarded Ljubljana, its leafy capital, the Green Capital of Europe title in 2016. Cars are not allowed in the centre of the city. This leaves the river and the city for tourists and cyclists to explore on foot. It seems easy to make a weekend trip from London by flying two hours.

Arrive in the centre of Ljubljana

ljubljana city

Walking is easy to navigate and the best way to explore the capital. The Ljubljanica River winds around the castle. There are many bars and restaurants that offer local cuisine.

Tivoli Park, Opera House and open-air theatre are must-see activities. Not to mention the wonderful Slovenian delicacies found in the old city.

Lake Bled is a great place to relax

Lake Bled

The breathtaking Lake Bled, a glacier-formed lake with crystal blue waters, is just over an hour away from the city. It is famous for its castle and stunning views. You can either kayak in the calm waters or take a dip in the 22-degree water. Booking.com named Lake Bled one of the most inviting destinations in the world earlier this year.

Take a tour

Full Day Lake Bled and Ljubljana. With a guide, you can feel the energy of Ljubljana’s historic and modern city. Enjoy the beauty of the lake by walking around it. You can hike to Bled’s viewing point. You can see both the city and the nature of Slovenia at once. Prices starting at PS127.24

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Where can I stay

Zlata Ladjica Rooms starting at PS184 per night

Zlata Ladjica, a boutique hotel located in Ljubljana’s oldest hotel, is home to luxurious amenities. The hotel’s 15 rooms are designed to maximize light and space. It also has a gastropub that serves delicious Slovenian cuisine using local ingredients. For guests who want to unwind and relax, there’s a spa that includes a sauna and zero gravity flotation beds.

Sunrose 7-Rooms starting at PS169

Sunrose7 is an iconic heritage hotel that doubles as a digital detox retreat. It’s just a stones throw from Triglav National Park. Since 1890, it has welcomed guests. The hotel features 18 rooms and suites that combine traditional Slovenian architecture with modern, minimalist alpine design. Zlata Vila, or the ‘Golden Fairy’ in Sunrose 7, is a wellness spa that focuses on’seven aspects’ of relaxation. It offers treatments like Bohinj rain with hot/cold therapy and soothing sound therapy using Bohinj forests sounds.

Where to Eat: Odprta Kuhna and Michelin-Starred Attelje

Odprta Kuhna

Odprta Kuhna

Enjoy the sun and dine at the famous open-air kitchen that is only available in summer. Odprta Kuchna is an open-air kitchen that features food stalls from Slovenia, and other countries. It can be found at the central market in Ljubljana.

Fine dining at Michelin-Starred Restaurant Atelje

One of the most well-known restaurants in the city, Atelje can be found in the middle of the city. Jorg Zupan is the head chef and prides himself in cooking with local ingredients. He also keeps up to date with the seasons and creates 90% of his own products.

Atelje only serves a tasting menu. Sometimes they draw inspiration from traditional Slovenian dishes, while other times they use a completely different approach.

Discover Joze Plecnik

Plecnik Zale cemetery

This year marks 150 years since the birth Joze Plecnik, one the most prominent architects in Slovenia.

His work was instrumental in the transformation of Ljubljana. You will find his work all over the city, including beautiful bridges and city decor like pillars or pyramids. You can find his most notable designs at the Triple Bridge, Central Market and Plecnik Zale cemeteries.

You can take a boat ride along the turquoise waters of this river to view the Cobblers Bridge. The’Moustache Tour allows you to explore the cultural nuances of the city. You can learn all about the great Slovenian artists Joze Plecnik and Ivan Cankar.

Visit the Museum of Illusions

The Museum of Illusions is located in a historic townhouse near Congress Square. It offers a fresh way to see the world. No two rooms are alike as they draw guests into a world full of illusions. Highlights include the Anti-Gravity Room, which has 40 exhibits. The Vortex Tunnel spins visitors around making it difficult to maintain your balance.

Visit Ljubljana Castle

Ljubljana Castle

Ljubljana Castle was built on a hill of 375m high and features a mix of archtecture. It was first constructed 900 years ago.

Although the castle is quite high, it offers breathtaking views of the city. The castle is a wonderful place to enjoy the sunset over Baroque architecture. You can enter the central courtyard free of charge. It houses a cafe, nightclub and galleries as well as a restaurant and a restaurant. It is worth climbing the 19th-century watchtower to reach the top. The 95-step climb is followed by a stroll along the ramparts.

The funicular runs 70m from Old Town. A tourist train departs from the south of Ljubljana TLC every hour.

You can also walk. Three main routes are available: Studentovska ulica runs south from Ciril Metodov trg, steep Reber ulica is from Stari trg, and Ulica na Grad is from Gornji trg.

Triglav National Park is your destination


Triglav National Park, located nearby, is widely considered to be one of Europe’s oldest and most beautiful parks. Triglav National Park is a beautiful park that offers outdoor activities year round and stunning views in the northeastern region of Slovenia. It also includes the Eastern Julian Alps. You can explore Mount Triglav and its unspoiled beaches on foot, or by bike, as well as the tranquil valley of Triglav Lakes on two wheels.

Take part in watersports at Lake Bohinj

Lake Bohinj

The blue lakes of Bohinj in Triglav National Park are a great outdoor playground for watersports enthusiasts. There’s something for everyone, from white water rafting and kayaking to hiking and canyoning. For those who want something more relaxing, swimming in crystal clear mountain lakes is an option.

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