Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Beauty called Slovenia

What one finds beautiful is a complete and unexplainable secret of his heart, mind and soul. But there are things in this world of ours that just take you breath away even if your definition of beautiful conflicts with others. Not convinced? Give it a try and you'll be surprised. The mystic mind changer in this case is a unique country – Slovenia.  Her beauties speak for themselves, but every now and then it is good to receive a first-hand advice of what to see. After that the sky is the limit and the imagination is your guide.

@Author - Dunja Wedam; www.slovenia.info
Usually when it comes to visiting new countries one automatically thinks of capitals and bigger cities. But in Slovenia, where even the capital city is not that big of a city, the smaller ones are those that really revile what Slovenia is about. For example Krško. Thriving town in the south-eastern part of Slovenia and a central town of Posavje region is known for its authentic wine type Cviček, its picturesque land that offers a lot of sporting activities such as cycling, skiing and fishing. The rich cultural background of Krško will also satisfy all of the cultural appetites a traveller might have. 

Another Slovenian jewel certainly worth visiting is the Triglav national park where the nature really has done a magnificent job. In Bohinj, a fairy-tale like town in the heart of Triglav national park, you can rest in the Youth Hostel Pod Voglom, which as a member of Hostelling International offers you a 10 % discount, and where you can try out all sorts of sporting activities from rafting, canoeing, hydro speeding and many more. 

@Author - Nea Culpa; www.slovenia.info
Moving towards the edge of the national park there is another inviting sleeping option in the form of Youth Hostel Barovc, a paradise like place for all the winter sports enthusiasts. Quick fifteen minutes away lies Planica, home of Slovenian ''eagles'', a world known ski-jumpig site, where you can be a part of history. 

@Author - Matej Vranič; www.slovenia.info
Speaking of smaller Slovenian towns, another must-see location is also Velenje, where you will be blown away by the breath-taking Šalek walleye with its just the right combination of lake, hills and caves, that offers a lifetime of adventures if you just give it a chance. Moving towards the eastern part of Slovenia, in Maribor, the second biggest but still charmingly small city, your dreams can come true in the Youth Hostel Pekarna. Maribor as a hometown of the oldest vine tree in the world will certainly give you some inside into the history of the Štajerska land that is intertwined with wine, culture and hardworking people. 

@Author - Marko Petrej; www.slovenia.info
After hiking and biking around Maribor you can certainly refill your batteries in even eastern laying town of Radenci. Most known for its mineral water spring, Radenci offers you a reviving experience of your body and soul, where you can find the true meaning of Slovenia in one of its well-known but charmingly small towns and rediscover yourself in the embrace of healing mineral water.                                         
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