Bogojina – one of Slovenian secret corners Bogojina is a village 12km eastern from Murska Sobota and 5km away from Moravske Toplice (Terme 3000) in Prekmurje, region in northeastern Slovenia. Bogojina population is about 600. Bogojina is the most famous for Parish church of the Ascension. It is located on a small hill in the northern part of the village. The new church was built between 1924 and 1927 besides an older and smaller church. Jože Plečnik, famous Slovenian architect, added two asymmetrical aisles and a round tower of a ships?s crow?s nest to the original Romanesque and baroque structure.
In this article, I would like to present you some basic information about Slovenia holidays in winter. Slovenia has always been famous for family friendly ski trails with reasonably priced accommodation. Slovenian ski runs are, compared to Austrian and Italian, cheaper and less crowded. Slovenian ski resorts are also very modern ? old chair lifts and cable cars are disappearing and are being replaced by modern ones.
In 2009 Rogla – Pohorje held the Cross-Country skiing world cup and the event sure was successful. Rogla is located in the Slovenian North West that features Pohorje Mountains, which is in the most South Eastern part of the Alps. It is in a site that is in the middle of a well organized and beautiful skiing area with great extensions. Here is a few more information about this one of a kind skiing spot. Slovenian Skiing Olympia Centre?s home base. It is the spot that gives a homey place to the Slovenian Skiing Olympia Centre since 1997. It is
World Cup Ski Flying event in Planica will start on March 3, 2011 and would end by March 20, 2011. This event is already like a tradition in Planica for it has been in existence for 75 years and it is being highly recommended by the country?s Tourist Board so if you would want to go somewhere make sure that that place is highly recommended by an entity that is recognized for you to not lose your money.. Just To give you a bit of information about Planica. It is a valley of ski-jumps that is beneath Ponce and when
One of the most important questions about holidays is ?How much is it going to cost?? If money is not a problem, you can just pack the bags and go on the road. However, most of us have to save money for travel and have to calculate the trip costs in order to know how much money we need for our holidays. I?m writing this article to inform you about costs of some typical necessaries (Slovenia prices) in order to help you calculate costs of your Slovenia holidays.
In this article I would like to present you the river Ljubljanica – the river flowing through Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia. Hopefully you will discover some interesting hidden spots to visit on your Slovenia holidays. Ljubljanica rises in Močilnik (beautiful place near Vrhnika you might want to visit) and its journey ands in Podgrad, where it outfalls in the river Sava (which flows through Zagreb, Belgrade and then outflows in the river Danube). It is 41 km long.
Bled is a village in north-western part of Slovenia. It is well known by the lake with the same name (Lake Bled). The lake is special because of a beautiful island on it. That is why many people say it?s like heaven ? beautiful lake with clean water all around you, you (possibly with people you love) driving on your boat, looking at an island with beautiful church and a cloudless sky above you if you are lucky.
Weather in Slovenia is not as simple as you might think considering the fact that Slovenia isn?t a big country. That is why I?m going to inform you about some aspects of weather that might help you while traveling. First of all, mostly because of landscape variety, weather is different in different landscapes of Slovenia, which means that seaside has different climate than only 30 km distant Karst. And of course, Karst has different climate that 60 km distant Ljubljana. And so on. So I will describe each climate separately.
The main, most important, we could say the only public transport in Ljubljana is Ljubljana?s city bus. Ljubljana doesn?t have tram or any similar type of transport. Of course there are trains, but they only drive to and from Ljubljana, not between different parts of the city. You will get or probably find without problem maps with timetables and routes schemes. But, because the system has changed this year, you may have difficulties with paying the rides. Until September 2009, we were paying bus rides with cash or we had monthly tickets. In September, the system has changed ? bus
Slovenia is reachable by car, motorcycle, train, bus or plane. Well, if you are fan of challenges, Slovenia can also be reachable by foot. And for sea lovers, Slovenia is also connected with world by sea. My personal opinion and experience is that when you are in Slovenia, you must have a car or a motorcycle. It may be your own, if you visit Slovenia by car or motorcycle, but if you visit Slovenia by any other means of transport, I recommend renting one (if you didn?t arrive by motorcycle, you will probably want to rent a car).