This holiday season don’t drench your adventure stricken soul to a bedroom but to Slovenia. The country is diverse and beautiful and visiting it would definitely rejuvenate your worked up muscles and senses. If one needs to mention the biggest attractions in Slovenia then the first place has to be the country’s ravishing capital, Ljubljana. The cosmopolitan city encompasses various castles, museums, roadside eateries and riversides cafes. The atmosphere there is so enchanting that you might not like to leave the city, at all.
Not merely the country’s highest hill, Triglav is also Slovenia’s national symbol. Its familiar three-way peak could be seen on every little thing from Slovenian euro coins to the national coat-of-arms. On the leading of Triglav, at an elevation of 2864 meters or 9396 feet, stands the Alja?? Tower. Exactly what may initially look merely like a steel refuge for mountaineers has, over the previous 118 years, likewise pertained to symbolize Slovenia’s nationhood.
Most of Slovenian people immediately associate Gorenjska with Triglav, a majestic mountain with three heads. For us, Triglav is much higher than in reality. Something like that must have influenced Julius Kugy, who wrote these words: Triglav ist kein Berg, Triglav ist ein Reich. This magnificent mountain with 2864 meters of height above sea level and unique geographical position has big symbolic and also uniting meaning for Slovenians. It is also featured in Slovenian coat of arms.
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.