Even though Slovenia is a small country with the area of just 20 273 km2, its landscape is so diverse, that it is hard to find such interesting country anywhere else. This could also be one of the reasons, why it is so easy to lose orientation in our beautiful country. But luckily, we have a solution. Maps of Slovenia enable us to find a spot we are looking for at any time and everywhere. Definitely the most known map of Slovenia is a classical map, which can be found in every classroom of primary schools in Slovenia. School map
Yesterday evening I was walking in Ljubljana and I got an idea. Ljubljana is fully decorated since the beginning of December and I?m sure you want to know how it looks like. Some of you may be visiting Ljubljana in December, maybe even for Christmas or New Year. That encouraged me to take some pictures while I was walking and present those pictures to you.
When you are planning your Slovenia holidays, you probably won’t forget to include Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia. When I go traveling in foreign cities, one of my biggest concerns is always the problem of transport ? how am I going to move from one part of the city to another? But, because Ljubljana is my home town I can give you some good tips to resolve this problem. I will concentrate on “private” means of transport; public transport will be described in other article. Driving in Ljubljana by car If you are type of person who likes to
The capital city of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Ljubljana is not a typical capital city with high skyscrapers, heavy traffic all day long, Chinese district, people from everywhere and many troubles like polluted air and garbage on the street. Ljubljana is a rather small city, with 300.000 citizens, many historical and also several modern buildings, with fresh air and clean streets. Although Ljubljana is small compared to other Europe metropolis, it is the largest city in Slovenia. Ljubljana is a place for tourists who like to enjoy modern city culture at daytime, but during the night they like peace. Because of
Pohorje definitely is the largest recreational center in Slovenia. Alpine hills can compete with Pohorje in size itself, but Pohorje is more attractive for many guests, due to its lower altitude (up to around 1600 meters above sea level) and less difficult paths, and besides that, it has more developed touristic offer. Three big sports recreational centers with more and more visitors each year are located in Pohorje. These are Rogla, Mariborsko Pohorje and Kope. Everywhere you can stay in hotels or touristic farms. In winter you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding and sledding, and you also have plenty of possibilities