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Best of Slovenia (in Italian)

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10 Best Places to Visit in Slovenia

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10 Best Places to Visit in Slovenia.
Slovenia is a scenic country with a fantastic location in the heart of Europe. The nation is surrounded by the Eastern Alps, the Adriatic Sea, the Balkans, Italy, Croatia and Hungary, making it accessible from a range of European locations. Planning a trip to Slovenia is an opportunity to see a variety of destinations that include vibrant cities, charming villages, snow-capped mountains and scenic beaches. On your next getaway, aim to see as many of the best places to visit in Slovenia as your schedule will allow.
10. Maribor
9. Koper
8. Kranjska Gora
7. Celje
6. Ptuj
5. Piran
4. Postojna
3. Triglav National Park
2. Lake Bled
1. Ljubljana
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Top 8 Best Ski Resorts In Slovenia, 2019

Top 8 Best Ski Resorts In Slovenia 2019
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TRIP TO SLOVENIA !!!

Join me for a trip to Slovenia! The Republic of Slovenia is located in southern Central Europe. The territory is mostly mountainous and has a population of 2.06 million people.

Our first stop was at Lake Bled, a lake in the Julian Alps, in the town of Bled. It’s an area roughly 0.56 sq mi (1.45 km2). The lake surrounds Bled Island on which there are several buildings including a pilgrimage church found on many postcards. We had a wonderful meal in the Bled Castle overlooking the lake.

The following day, we visited the Vintgar Gorge, a national park near the town of Bled. It’s carved by the Radovna River and has many picturesque pools and rapids and has the largest river waterfall in Slovenia.

From there, we drove to Kobarid, a settlement in Slovenia, where the Italian army retreated during the First World War in the Battle of Caporetto. Kobarid and its surrounding area is also known for its numerous outdoor activities and adventure sports.

If you’re in Slovenia, you have to visit Ljubljana. Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia. It has a central geographic location within Slovenia, an important factor to its leading position. The Old Town section is only open to pedestrians, allowing you to enjoy a quiet stroll along the streets.

The Ljubljana dragon is the symbol of the city and symbolizes power, courage and greatness. You can see it perched on The Dragon Bridge in the northeast of Vodnik Square. Next, take a hike up to The Ljubljana Castle, a key landmark of the town that was constructed in the 11th century. We also visited The Church of St. Nicholas, a baroque style church that was built in the early 1700s.

In our last days in Slovenia, we sure to include a visite of the Škocjan Caves, a cave system that is part of the UNESCO list of natural and cultural world heritage sites and it ranks among the most important caves in the world. It harbours one of the largest known underground canyons in the world.

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Top 5 Best Beaches In Slovenia 2019

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One day in Trieste, Italy (what to visit)

One day in Trieste, Italy (what to visit)
The Province of Trieste is situated towards the end of a narrow strip of land in southeast Friuli Venezia Giulia, between the Adriatic Sea and Italy's border with Slovenia. This is an extraordinary destination for its historic treasures, artworks and its middle-European character. Off Trieste's coast is its broad Gulf, with numerous tiny bays, small harbors and breathtaking reefs; and of course Miramare Castle is accompanied by the splendid blue of the sea.The area of #Trieste is characterized by the steep karstic landscape continually revealing different, amazing and charming features. Close to the coast is a rocky moor with Mediterranean vegetation, where the Bora wind blows, while inland are hills with hollows and scrubs. Protected areas include the Val Rosandra Nature Reserve; the Marine Reserve of Miramare, within a coastal sea landscape of sharp rocks and a wide variety of underwater flora and fauna; and the Falesie di Duino Nature Reserve, with white cliffs overhanging the sea. The charm of the area resides not only in its natural traits, but also in the elegant city of Trieste, where the Habsburg influence is noticeable; the inland small towns with their longstanding traditions; and other quaint touristic draws on the coast - countless gems set within this tiny strip of land.
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SLOVENIA: EXPLORING the beautiful capital of LJUBLJANA, top attractions

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GORIŠKA BRDA: Wine Region Part I | Slovenia Travel Guide

In this video you’ll discover Slovenian wine region: GORIŠKA BRDA (Goriska Brda, Italian: Colio). It lays on the western side of Slovenia on the border with Italy. In first part of the video we’ll show you a small village of ŠMARTNO (Smartno, Italian: San Martino del Collio or San Martino di Quisca) surrounded by defense walls with watchtowers from 1317. The entire village has been declared a cultural heritage monument. We’ll also explain more about this beautiful wine region that is mostly known for its white wine “REBULA” (Italian: Ribolla) and red wine Merlot. Wait for the second part of the video next week. :)

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Trieste: the Italian city near the border of Slovenia

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Slovenia to Croatia by Bus Travel Vlog

Come join us for a long day of bus travel as we head from Slovenia to Croatia via Italy starting off at Ljubljana and the changing buses at Trieste and finally arriving in Pula. Before I talk about the journey we forgot to mention the the price point of the journey because we had credit from an earlier trip we canceled way back when we were visiting Budapest:

Price of our bus ticket with Flixbus from Ljubljana, Slovenia to Pula, Croatia via Trieste, Italy = 11.50 Euros per person

Things didn't start off great with our bus being over an hour late arriving in Ljubljana, Slovenia. With a connection to make in Trieste, Italy we figured, especially after being delayed a bit on the highway because of construction repairs, we wouldn't make our connection but we did with merely 3 minutes to spare. Because of that we didn't have time to grab lunch in Italy which was our original plan and we quickly ran out of snacks. As a tip, always pack enough snacks, in anticipation of things not going to plan. This is a lesson we learned.

Crossing through the border into Croatia from Italy was a breeze. Upon arriving in Pula we checked into our airbnb and went out for pizza, risotto and Vranac red wine followed by ice cream (gelato) and more red wine at our airbnb. A perfect way to start things off and we can't wait to share our food and travel adventures with you in Croatia.

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So today it is our last day here in Slovenia in Ljubljana and we are going to Croatia for the first time. The start of our Balkan adventures begins right now.

What we have to do right - it is early Sunday morning and we're going to be walking over to the bus station. It is about a 20 minutes walk from our AirBNB that we just checked out of. And then we're catching a bus (tickets = 11.50 Euros per person) and it is going to actually the route veers through Italy and then we're crossing in through the border. We'll be stopping in Trieste. We have an hour and a half. Gotta switch buses and we'll have to do immigration. It is going to be a bit of a long day but what we're hoping to do is get some nice Italian food. We'll show you the journey. Let's get started.

Our bus was over an hour late. An hour and ten minutes to be precise. We're not sure if we're going to make our connection so it is going to be tight.

We just barely made our connection. Oh wow. I feel so relieved. I really didn't think we would get it so. This is the best news so we should still be on time. We made it by like 3 minutes that is all.

How do you like bus travel Sam? Well, I'd say at this point I'm a little tired. I've been sleeping the whole way. You have. I haven't. I've been filming the whole time. The film maker. So basically we crossed the border here. We're currently in Istria. Yes. And we need to travel all the way down to Pula at the very bottom.

That was one of the easiest border crossings ever. Oh yeah. The guy came on the border control came onto the bus, we handed over our passports, got stamps and then we were off on our way. It took like 5 minutes.

For dinner we at pizza, risotto and ice cream (gelato) along with Vranac red wine. We're just going to chill and have some more wine and we can't wait to show you some more food and travel videos from Croatia soon. Ciao.

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This is part of our Travel in Croatia video series showcasing Croatian food, Croatian culture and Croatian cuisine.

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SLOVENIA, EXPLORING the pretty medieval town of KOPER (or, CAPODISTRIA in Italian)

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