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Cristina Nehring visits Ljubljana, Bled, and Piran, and discovers the magic of traveling Slovenia.

The Hidden Paradise of Slovenia

Cristina Nehring visits Ljubljana, Bled, and Piran, and discovers the magic of traveling Slovenia.

I may live to regret committing this piece of advice to print, but you should go to Slovenia and you should go soon, because eventually this all-but-unknown country, with its medieval villages, onion-dome spires, idealistic love of the arts, and vigorous wines will no longer be hidden in plain sight. From its borders, clockwise from the north, you can step into Austria, Hungary, Croatia, and Italy. It has Alps and wind-raked valleys, cobblestoned streets and modern highways winding through…

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Slovenia may be relatively unknown as a holiday destination, but its mountains, ski resorts, lakes and thermal springs make it an ideal choice for those who appreciate the great outdoors.

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wild-earth: “Lake Bled - Lilly Garden (by John & Tina Reid) Lillies line the shores of a luminescent Lake Bled. Lake Bled lies at the foothills of the Julian Alps in Slovenia. It is a popular holiday resort, particularly amongst outdoor.

Did you know you can go #glamping or stay in a tree house in Lake Bled, #Slovenia? Details here!

Why you must visit incredible Garden Village in Lake Bled, Slovenia

The incredible Garden Village eco-resort near Lake Bled, Slovenia boasts tree houses, glamping tents, gardens and even an infinity pool.

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Bled, Slovenia This small Alpine town in northwestern Slovenia rings the shore of Lake Bled, whose glacial blue waters surround a tiny island and its small Baroque church.

Ljubljana in Slovenia / photo by Katarina Ribnikar

I'm here in Ljubljana, Slovenia! The city is so calm and peaceful and I love how it is surrounded by mountains. Its a is a perfect example of German, Mediterranean, and Slovenian culture. Next stop Belgrade!

Ljubljanski grad, Central Slovenia; While here I'd like to visit the University of Ljubljana, take a boat ride on the Ljubljanica River, a stroll in Tivoli Park, visit to the Botanical Garden, walk in the Ljubljana Zoo, and just bum around for a day or two eating and looking at the museums!

Ljubljana Castle dominates the landscape of the Capital City of Slovenia

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