Thursday, 16 March 2017

Visit the most sustainable country in the world – for less than €50

You may have heard that 2017 is the International Year of Sustainable Tourism, where the aim of UNWTO – World Tourism Organization is to support changes in everything tourism-related towards better sustainability. Including the mind-set of us travellers. So if you are already planning your big adventures in a sustainable, earth and future friendly way you are on a right path. But even more things can be done.

@Author - Arhiv ZTKMŠ Brda;
And where better to seek inspiration than in a country that was crowned the world's most sustainable – in Slovenia. With some twists and turns you can do it on a €50 budget.

Interested? Than check out Ryanair's offer where in April you can fly from Hamburg to Treviso for only €9.90. From there, Slovenia is only a stone’s throw away.

You can make your way up this chicken-like shaped country and stop in significant, unique and special places that represent the diversity of the country as you go. From west towards the east you can firstly visit the coastal region. Piran, Koper, Portorož and many more in between lying little places will show you a wide range that Slovenian coast has to offer, even though it spreads on only 43 km

@Author - Julia Wesely;
After that you can head to the mountains. You just have to pick which ones. From valleys to plains, from hills to mountains, Slovenia has it all. And don't you worry about the water sources. Already mentioned sea has a few famous and not so famous lake cousins, such as Bled and Bohinj lake. 

@Author - Nea Culpa;
Another great feature of this lovely country is that it will take you also on a underground adventure in Postojna cave where the real dragons await. Or maybe you would prefer to follow the UNESCO trail from Škocjan caves to the mercury mines of Idrija and  Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps, near the capital Ljubljana, that was also the Europe's Greenest Capital in 2016. Or maybe you are a wine expert or just an enthusiast. Than you certainly cannot leave out a visit to the oldest vine tree in the world that is waiting for you on the bank of river Drava in Maribor. Slovenia truly does have it all.

@Author - Jurij Pivka;
Intrigued? Well, wait no more and book your ticket to sustainability. And do not forget to be a part of it also as an active participant not only a well-read traveller. Good luck and be sustainable and may the Slovenian diversity inspire you!

No comments :

Post a Comment