Slovenia is a country belonging to the European Union, which although bordering on Italy, Croatia, Hungary and Austria, is not surprisingly among the most sought after destinations, perhaps because it became independent from Yugoslavia to do relatively little in 1991, and did not join the European Union until 2004.
However, if you like sea, mountain, good food, outdoor activities or visit monuments, Slovenia could be a perfect destination for your next vacation. It is also a country with good infrastructure so you can travel without problems traveling by train, car or bus. Renting a car is easy and not too expensive. If you are traveling as a couple or are more than three, you will probably find cheaper the option of renting the car than traveling by public transport.
Although not too big is very pleasant to walk because although its beaches are not very large the water is clean and transparent although a bit cold. Those who like the mountain will love the country as the Julian Alps reach Slovenia, which means beautiful mountain scenery hiking, and skiing. Slovenia is not an expensive country. You cannot say that it is as cheap as Romania, but you can travel without having to use the piggy bank.
Despite being a small state, Slovenia has a coast that will give the Adriatic Sea through the Gulf of Trieste so people living in this area speak very good Italian. Certain cities like Piran are very reminiscent of Italian cities, with many narrow streets leading to the center and where it is easy to get lost.
It also has cities of marked Austrian influence such as Ljubljana which is easily recognized for its architectural style that perfectly reflects the Austro-Hungarian era with its colored facades, their sculptures and the profusion of their sets. If you look, most of the buildings are crying out for a little painting, but that decadent touch is also part of the charm of this city.
On a nearby hill, dominating the center of the city raises a medieval castle. The castle was built to defend the empire of invasions and the peasant revolts. Nowadays, they have installed a funicular at their door that connects this place, where all kinds of cultural events are held with the city center. On a nearby hill rises the church of St. George. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views that even allow you to see the Croatian and Italian coast.
The village also has a charming little square with balconies of houses that date back to the 15th century where you can dine on some of its terraces such as fish, seafood or pasta as good as Italian. The lake of Bled is a glacier lake of two thousand meters long, which is located at an altitude of 475 meters above sea level. The lake is situated in a picturesque setting surrounded by mountains and forests that can be walked, cycled or on horseback.
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