Posted on | February 9, 2014 | No Comments
All traveler brochures, leaflets and promotion adverts about Slovenia will suggest 5 leading locations to see when you come to Slovenia.
They are truly splendid and you ought to not miss them.
1. Bled, a fairytale town in the Julian Alps with a glacial lake and an island in the middle.
Not to miss out on: Bled castle set down on the rocks 100 m above the lake, an island in the middle of the lake (you can see by the” pletna” watercraft), Bled Vintgar canyon, Bled cream cake” kremsnita “.
My favored: Strolling around the lake, rowing on the Bled lake and checking out the towns around it by bike.
Eventhough it can get quite crowded in Bled during the summer season time, it is worth a browse through.
Circuits d??couverte – B. Hunt Vodopivec
2. Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, with just 280.000 people. Small town center allows you to find the capital on foot.
Not to miss: Ljubljana castle above the city (only a trip with a lift or a brief bow out the major market), old town hall, the cathedral, 3 bridges and Preseren square, Dragon bridge, Franciscan church, Zvezda park and Kongresni square, National library, Tivoli town park, Opera house.
My preferred: Caf??s on the banks of the river Ljubljanica, primary city market, Metelkova city (Autonomous Cultural Centre, located on the site of former military barracs, bowed in 1993, today with numerous night clubs, art galleries, bars, artists studios, NGOs, Hostel Celica, National and Ethnographic gallery).
3. Postojna collapse the Karst region
21 km of passages, galleries and halls with limestone sculptures that provide a special experience of the underground world. Home of a human fish or olm, living just in the darkness of the cave. More than 34 milion visitors in nearly 200 years.
Not to miss out on: Predjama castle (10 km from Postojna, picturesque and mysterious castle perched in a 123 m high cliff for even more than 700 years).
My preferred: Electric train that takes you into the depth of the cave.
4. Piran, ancient village on the Adriatic Coast, with narrow winding streets, residences huddled close together, affected by the Venetian architecture.
Not to miss out on: Tartini square (called by Guiseppe Tartini, famous author and violinist).
My preferred: Walks with the many narrow streets, sun bath time on the terrases of beach caf??s.
5. Lipica stud farm, house of over 400 white Lipizzaner steeds, founded in 1580 and it is one of the earliest stud farms on the planet.
Visitors to Lipica can take pleasure in the reality of the stud farm that mirrors the centuries of custom of steed breeding: assisted trips of the farm, training sessions and performances of timeless riding school, riding courses or nostalgic carriage drive.
Not to miss: Performance of classical riding school.
My preferred: Steed riding school.