Friday, 23 June 2017

From Amsterdam to Ljubljana for 86 Euros

Don’t know what you’ll be doing in September? We have a suggestion for you. If you’re from Netherlands, come and visit our beautiful Slovenia. With the airline Transavia you can get to Ljubljana and back for only 86 Euros in September. Tempted? Keep reading and we’ll convince you to visit Slovenia and its treasures.

@Author - Lenarčič; www.slovenia.info
Slovenia is a small country and if you want to discover the whole country, find an accommodation in Ljubljana, rent a car and just go. But don’t forget to actually see Ljubljana also. It has about 280,000 residents and is one of the smallest European capitals. But it has charm, history, style and more and more. Visit Ljubljana castle, Tivoli Park and for a little cultural zone, visit Berlin’s little sister, Metelkova. The Ljubljana city centre is just beautiful and here are some suggestions for a great walk through the city.

@Author - Arhiv ZTL; www.slovenia.info
If you do rent a car, make sure to visit Bled and Bohinj, which are Slovenian classics and you simply can’t miss them. Read the article Beautiful Bled, which was written by one of our volunteers and be amazed. I’m sure you didn’t know how many beautiful things Slovenia is hiding, right? Enjoy in culinary treats, try the Bled cream cake, which has been prepared here for centuries and grab a cup of coffee. The cake may sound simple, but it’s delicious and its recipe is a secret so you can only try it here. If you’re already in the area, you won’t be disappointed by the nature. It’s the essence of this region. Go to Vintgar Gorge, which was carved by the river Radovna. You can park there and go for a 1.6 kilometre hike through the gorge. Amazing, I tell you. And because you simply won’t have enough time to do everything in one day, book a hostel in Bled in hostel Bledec or a little further away from all the tourists in Radovljica and see another place, which is known for a medieval city centre.

@Author -  Franci Ferjan; www.slovenia.info
If you like climbing mountains, Slovenia won’t disappoint you. The highest mountain is Triglav with 2864 metres but there are many mountains, which also offer great views. Our volunteer Jasmina Peklar climbed on Škrlatica in September and shared her experience with the Globetrotter readers. Of course the experience is different for everyone, but the pictures will definitely convince you to get in shape and come to Slovenia and maybe climb one of our mountains (or at least hills).

@Author - Dunja Wedam; www.slovenia.info
And then there are Postojna Cave, Piran and Izola at the sea and maybe Prekmurje “at the end of the world”, because people rarely think of visiting it but when they do, they are amazed by its culinary, amazing views and most importantly, delicious wine.

Welcome to Slovenia!




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