Best of Slovenia (in Italian)
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10 Best Places to Visit in Slovenia
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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.
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3. Triglav National Park
2. Lake Bled
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1) Lago Di Bled (Bled Lake)
Il lago di Bled si trova nelle Alpi Giulie
Bled Lake is a lake in the Julian Alps
2) Lubiana (Ljubljana)
Oltre ad essere la capitale della Slovenia è anche una tra le città più verdi e vivibili di tutta Europa
Slovenia's capital and largest city also happens to be one of Europe's greenest and most liveable capitals
3) Grotte di Postumia (Postojna Cave)
Il sistema di grotte carsiche misura circa 21 km di lunghezza
Postojna Cave is a 21 km long karst cave system near Postojna
4) Parco Nazionale Del Tricorno
Unico Parco Nazionale della Slovenia
The park is the only Slovenian National Park
Maribor è la seconda città più importante della Slovenia
Maribor is the second most important centre of Slovenia
6) Gola di Vintgar (The Vintgar Gorge)
Caratteristiche piscine e rapide impetuose sono state create dall'acqua
The stream has created many erosive features such as pools and rapids
7) Skocjan Caves
Ricerche archeologiche hanno dimostrato che queste grotte erano abitate
Archaeological research has shown that people lived in the caves
8) Pirano (Piran)
Immergetevi nella splendida architettura medievale
The town has much medieval architecture
9) Velika Plaina
Piccolo villaggio di pastori sulle montagne
Small village of shepherds in the mountains
10) Valle dell'Isonzo (Soča Valley)
Attraversata dalle colorate acque del fiume Isonzo
Crossed by the colorful waters of the Soča river
Maribor, Slovenia - Travel Around The World | Top best places to visit in Maribor
Top best places to visit in Maribor, Slovenia
Maribor is the second most important center and the second largest city of Slovenia.
Maribor, set amid the wine-region hills of the Pohorje Mountain, is the real Pride of Styria, a traditional region in northeastern Slovenia.
The city’s old town is situated on the left bank of the river Drava. On the Main Square is the Town Hall and... the Plague Memorial, which commemorates the “black death” that devastated the city in 1680.
The Castle Square, the core of city center, is very popular among locals, with the St Florian Statue in the middle and, built in the 15th century, the Maribor Castle.
Next to this, one of the most remarkable architectonic buildings in the city, are the National Liberation Monument and... the ‘Reddish’' Franciscan Church.
The most important sacred temple in the city, the Maribor Cathedral, a Roman Catholic church, stands on the Slomskov Square, one of the most charming places in the city. The small park is surrounded also by the Post of Slovenia, the University of Maribor and the National Theater.
Of the remnants of city walls surrounding the old town, the most prominent are:
The Judgment Tower, a fortified medieval structure.
Built to secure city walls from the direction of the river, the Water Tower.
One of the oldest preserved synagogues in Europe, and one of only two left in Slovenia, the Maribor Synagogue.
And the Old Vine House, a museum dedicated to this 450 year old tree which still gives grapes.
But the real charm of the city is hidden between the lovely streets and squares in the old town.
Despite the relative small size, Maribor has a surprisingly big green space, the Mestni Park.
And a big football arena, the Ljudski Vrt Stadium, the home ground of Maribor Football Club.
The Piramida Hill is a good place to see the city from high up, from the spot the Maribor Castle used to stand, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the whole city.
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Italian Slovenian border by car
Recording a video just in the border between Italy and Slovenia. In slovenian side, you can see many shopping centers and oil station. When we entry in Italy, any shop in some kilometers.
Ljubljana, Slovenia (Caves, Lake Bled)
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Our family of 6 visits Lake Bled, Postojna Cave, Predjama Castle in Ljubljana, Slovenia! With the help of the eurail.com Global Pass, we made our way from Italy to Slovenia! We ride an underground train and see stalagmites and stalactites, swim in the blue mountain water at Lake bled, and explore old town Ljubljana.
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7) Novo Mesto
Slovenia, officially the Republic of Slovenia (Republika Slovenija, [reˈpublika sloˈveːnija] ( listen)), is a nation state in southern Central Europe[Note 2] at the crossroads of main European cultural and trade routes. It borders Italy to the west, Austria to the north, Croatia to the south and southeast, and Hungary to the northeast. It covers 20,273 square kilometers (7,827 sq mi) and has a population of 2.05 million. It is a parliamentary republic and a member of the European Union and NATO. Its capital and largest city is Ljubljana.
Four major European geographic units meet on the territory of Slovenia: the Alps, the Dinaric Mountains, the Pannonian Plain, and the Mediterranean, with a small portion of coastline along the Adriatic Sea. The territory has a mosaic structure and an exceptionally high landscape and biological diversity, which are a result of natural attributes and the long-term presence of humans. Although the climate in the mainly hilly territory is influenced by the continental climate, the Slovene Littoral has the sub-Mediterranean climate, while the Alpine climate is found in the north-western part of the country. The country is one of the most water-rich in Europe, with a dense river network, a rich aquifer system, and significant karstic underground watercourses. Over half of the territory is covered by forest. The settlement of Slovenia is dispersed and uneven.
The Slavic, Germanic, Romance, and Hungarian languages meet here. Although the region is not homogenous, the predominant population is Slovene. Slovene is the only official language throughout the country, whereas Italian and Hungarian are regional minority languages. Slovenia is a largely secularized country, but its culture and identity have been significantly influenced by Catholicism as well as Lutheranism. The economy of Slovenia is small, open, and export-oriented and has been strongly influenced by international conditions. It has been severely hurt by the European economic crisis, started in late 2000s. The main economic field is services, followed by industry and construction.
Historically, the current territory of Slovenia was part of many different state formations, including the Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire, followed by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1918, the Slovenes exercised self-determination for the first time by co-founding the internationally unrecognized State of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs, which merged with the Kingdom of Serbia into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (in 1929 renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia). During World War II, Slovenia was occupied and annexed by Germany, Italy, Croatia, and Hungary. Afterward, it was a founding member of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, later renamed the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. In June 1991, after the introduction of multi-party representative democracy, Slovenia split from Yugoslavia and became an independent country. In 2004, it entered NATO and the European Union; in 2007 became the first former Communist country to join the Eurozone; and in 2010 joined the OECD, a global association of high-income developed countries. Source:
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Driving from Italy to 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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Slovenia to Croatia by Bus Travel Vlog Video Transcript:
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.
This is part of our Travel in Slovenia video series showcasing Slovenian food, Slovenian culture and Slovenian cuisine.
This is part of our Travel in Italy video series showcasing Italian food, Italian culture and Italian cuisine.
This is part of our Travel in Croatia video series showcasing Croatian food, Croatian culture and Croatian cuisine.
This is part of our Travel in the Balkans video series showcasing Balkan food, Balkan culture and Balkan cuisine.
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This fall, I came back to the Dolomites again because it totally got me the last time. I added a little bit of Julian Alps in Slovenia because they were a part of this trip as well.
We spent the first two days spent in Slovenia. We climbed and the Kanin mountain, where you can find a really cool bivouac place. Fortunately it was already open and we were the only ones there.
Some footage was taken on the Mangart Pass. The weather was amazing, so we really enjoyed it!
The other five days we spent in the beloved Dolomites, where we climbed Seceda and other peaks. Some footage was shot on Falzarego Pass, at Cinque Torri and the rest at random places around the way.
I used Canon 80D + Canon 50 mm f1.4 + Canon 10-22 mm f3.4 and also my drone DJI Mavic Air.
Cut & Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro.
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