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Ljubljana (Slovenia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Ljubljana is the capital of the young republic of Slovenia, a city of culture and history, elegance and charm. It is Slovenia’s ‘Florence’ situated between the Alps and the Balkans, the Adriatic and Lake Balaton. The Old Place, with a monument of national poet, Prešeren, is the gateway to the Old Town. With its pink marble façade, the Early Baroque Franciscan Church Of Mary dominates the square. The Dom Church Stolnica was built according to the design of Venetian, Andrea Pozzo in the 17th century. The interior of this Baroque church is quite overwhelming and with great attention to detail. Situated on the four hundred metre high Castle Hill, the Slovenian Acropolis was once inhabited by the Illyrians and Celts. The Roman watchtower later became both a strategic fortress and castle. A triumphal arch marks the entrance to the Žale Cemetery on the northeast edge of the city with a number of fine, richly decorated chapels. Here Jože Plečnik created a masterpiece that represented the transition from the world of the living, to the world of the dead. Columns flank the main path up to Tivoli Castle that was built by the Jesuits in the seventeenth century and soon became a summer residence of the bishops. Romantic lakes with water fowl and pretty flowers embellish the park, once the home of Field Marshal Radetzky. Ljubljana is a city of joie de vivre and pleasure where the Middle Ages, Baroque and Art Nouveau meet with the relaxed lifestyle of the south!

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Ljubljana (Slovenia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Step into the narrow streets of the town center, where instead of traffic you’ll hear bicycle bells, and instead of gridlock you’ll find riverbanks lined with cafes, pubs and historic architecture.

Ride the funicular to Ljubljana Castle, a beloved landmark that has been standing above the city for more than 900 years.Then head toPreseren Square, named after France Preseren, whose poem “A Toast” became the country’s national anthem.

Stroll to nearbyCongress Squareand Park Zvezda. From here, you can see theUniversity of Ljubljana, one of the largest places of learning in Europe.

Visit the Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra building, one of the world’s oldest musical institutions with famous connections to composers such as Beethoven and Brahms.

Cross the Dragon Bridge, famous for its fearsome dragon statues, who’s tails are said to twitch when a pure and untouched maiden is nearby.

Pick up a free bicycle rental and follow the Jokopic Promenade to the Tivoli Castle and check out the print collection at the International Centre of Graphic Arts.

Immerse yourself in art of a different kind in the Metelkova Mesto, a funky cultural zone, which hosts more than 1500 events each year.

Ljubljana may have taken a dragon as its symbol but unlike that mythical beast, this city is welcoming, warm and delighted to share its treasures with visitors.

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Slovenia Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

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Half of Slovenia's colorful area is covered by forests, but the country also has another part, a tiny, but very nice coastal area on the Adriatic Sea, with such venetian style cities as Izola, Piran and Portoroz, as well as 2,800 meters high mountains and ski resorts.

The picturesque lakes Bled and Bohinj both lie in a wonderful landscape. The gem of the karstic area is the Postojna cave.

The tiny country has plenty of wild rivers suitable for rafting and healing waters. Golf, mountineering, diving, mountain biking and rock climbing are also warmly welcomed in Slovenia.

The Lippizan is well known all around the globe. All of this is completed by such medieval towns as Maribor, Skofja Loka and Ljubljana, and such romantic castles as the Predjama.

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Slovenija (Europe) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Slovenia is a Central European country at the geographical intersection of three worlds, the Alps, the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Basin. Ljubljana is the capital of this young republic. The Old Place is considered to be the gateway to the Old Town which possesses grace, soul and charm. The Early Baroque Franciscan Church Of Mary was built in the middle of the seventeenth century and boasts a monumental main altar. In this area of the city, the Middle Ages meet with both Baroque and Art Nouveau. Our journey through the Triglav National Park begins on the northern edge of the triangular border of Slovenia, Italy and Austria, in Kranjska Gora, the best known and most well equipped ski resort in Slovenia. The Slap Peričnik in Sava Valley is one of the area’s many waterfalls and clearly demonstrates the mighty power of water. Where the foothills of the Alps descend to the Pannonian Basin, the longest underground cave railway in the world leads to the largest show cave in Slovenia. Postojnska Jama, a wonderworld of nature. For millions of years, large masses of water and the composition of the rock, have created this remarkable system of caves. Further south below the village of Škocjan is one of the most important cave systems in the world, the Škocjan Caves into which the Reka River has dug deep into the limestone. Here, nature has created a mysterious underground world: a labyrinth of caves, corridors and halls, decorated with stalactites of various shapes and sizes. In the middle of the barren karst landscape near Trieste is a wonderful forest and the world famous Lipica Horse Stud, since 1580 the original home of the Lipizzaner, and a sprawling estate where the famous white horses are bred, raised and trained. Romantic towns and mediaeval fortresses, mountains, caves, waterfalls and lakes, Slovenia is a secret treasure situated in the heart of Europe!

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10 Things to do in Ljubljana, Slovenia Travel Guide

Join as we visit Ljubljana, Slovenia in this travel guide covering some of the best things to do in the city including highlighting the local food and restaurant scene, museums worth visiting, the old town, castle, quirky neighborhoods and more. With a week in Ljubljana, Slovenia we had plenty of time to cover the main attractions in the city along with take some day trips. If you're thinking of visiting a weekend would be enough time for a busy trip but 3-4 days or longer would be more ideal for slower exploration. Now let's explore the capital city of Slovenia together!

10 Things to do in Ljubljana City Tour | Slovenia Travel Guide:'(Slovenija)

Introduction to Ljubljana - 00:01
1) Old Town of Ljubljana at Prešeren Square (Prešernov trg) + Franciscan Church (Frančiškanska cerkev) - 00:39
2) Bridges of Ljubljana = Triple Bridge (Tromostovje) + Love Lock Bridge (Mesarski most) + Dragon Bridge (Zmajski most) - 00:46
3) Ljubljana Central Market (Osrednja ljubljanska tržnica) + Ljubljana Cathedral (ljubljanska stolnica) - 02:59
4) Slovenian Food at Allegria restaurant in Ljubljana - 03:57
5) Ljubljana Castle (Ljubljanski grad - Laibacher Schloss) on Castle Hill - 04:24
6) River Cruise on the Ljubljanica River + Ice Cream (Cacao) - 06:54
7) Metelkova for street art in Ljubljana - 09:14
8) Balkan Food sampling Bosnian Cuisine at restaurant Sarajevo 84 - 10:43
9) Galleries and Museums Ljubljana including The National Gallery of Slovenia (Narodna galerija), the Museum of Modern Art (Moderna galerija), and the National Museum of Slovenia (Narodni muzej Slovenije) - 11:12
10) Tivoli City Park Gardens (Mestni park Tivoli) - 11:39
Outro to Ljubljana- 12:01

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Our visit Ljubljana travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (Slovene, Balkan and Bosnian), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting castles, churches, the old town, quirky neighborhoods, museums and along the river. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Ljubljana tourism brochure, Ljubljana itinerary or Ljubljana, Slovenia city tour also known as Laibach.

10 Things to do in Ljubljana, Slovenia Travel Guide Video Transcript:

Prešeren Square is a central meeting spot in the heart of the Old Town, so it made sense to start our tour of Ljubljana here. You’ll find the Franciscan Church of the Annunciation, lots of gelato shops, and the baffling bridge we just mentioned.

As for the reasoning behind the Triple Bridge and the famed dragon bridge, which is guarded by four dragons.

Ljubljana’s Central Market is another spot worth checking out.

We needed to sample some Slovenian food so we went to Allegria.
Sam ordered Zlikrofi (zhlee-krofi), a Slovenian dumpling stuffed with potato + lamb goulash along with Slovenian sausage with cabbage & potatoes.

Ljubljana Castle, which sits on Castle Hill overlooking the city. Built as a medieval fortress in the 11th century, Ljubljana Castle has seen many redesigns and renovations. Climb the Outlook Tower for 360 degree views of the city.

There are departures for cruises down the Ljubljanica. We boarded a cruise directly underneath the Love Lock Bridge, which is actually called Mesarski Most. It was our favourite activity in Ljubljana and it was a super relaxed way to watch the city.

Metelkova is home to the best street art.

One place we really enjoyed was Sarajevo 84, a restaurant specializing in Balkan cuisine. The portions massive & everything we ordered was delicious.

We had a feast featuring: grilled meat with pita and onions, baked beans and sausage, roasted peppers, and a flaky pastry stuffed with cheese. It only came to 23 Euros.

Speaking of galleries and museums, a few you’ll find include: the National Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, and the National Museum of Slovenia.

We finished off at Tivoli, which is the largest park in Ljubljana.

And that’s it for our time in Ljubljana. Our visit was short, tasty, and relaxing, and we’re really glad we made some time to visit this underrated capital.

Now you guys know the drill; if there are any other things to do in Ljubljana that we may have missed in this travel guide, feel free to share your suggestions with fellow travellers below.

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

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Ljubljana Vacation Travel Guide

Ljubljana. It’s a city with more J’s in the name than we think it should have and home to the coolest water fountain we’ve ever seen. It’s history is impressive, and spans back to prehistoric times.

The castle is the main landmark. It's been built and rebuilt several times over the centuries. It has been used for everything from royal residences to military barracks to a prison. For the first part of the 20th century, it fell into disrepair and was used mainly as housing for the poor. In the 1960’s, extensive renovation work began and it is now an impressive tourist attraction. Not only are the views the best you’ll find in the city, but the main courtyard is used for cultural events like evening concerts and the interior rooms house various museums. While we visited they also had an impressive exhibition by Slovenian costume designer Alan Hranitelj.

And that vine at the end of the video - It’s the “daughter” of the oldest vine in the world that still produces grapes. It was grown from a cutting that was given to the City of Ljubljana by the City of Maribor in 1990, where the record-breaking vine, now more than 400 years old, can be found.


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Istria (Slovenia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

The Slovenian-Croatian peninsula of Istria is one of Europe‘s oldest settlement areas, the Pearl Of Adria with an eventful history and much multicultural flair; a rich interface between both Mediterranean and mediaeval cultures. In Koper, Istria’s economic centre and most important harbour city, the Old Town can be entered through the last remaining twelve gates of the city’s former defensive wall. In its heyday the city boomed with wine, oil, salt and fish and many merchants and craftsmen from Italy settled there and the Palazzo Belgramoni Tacco became the region‘s museum. The mediaeval town of Piran is located on a narrow promontory that juts out into Piran Bay like the bow of a ship. On a cliff above the old town is the Sanct George Church, and a bell tower on the town’s fortified walls provides a splendid view of the mainland, a maze of roof tops and the main square. Travelling further south, Poreć is picturesquely situated on a peninsula and City Hall reveals much of its history. In 1267, Poreć, as Istria’s first city, was affiliated to the Serenissima and palaces, squares and religious buildings were constructed. In the fertile countryside lies yet another Istrian gem, Hum, the ‘smallest town in the world’ with its well-preserved gate, cobblestones and single lane. Portorož is the only real resort on the Slovenian Riviera with several hotels lining its waterfront and since the Danube Monarchy it has been a fashionable meeting place of the elite of Central Europe. Istria is a beauty with many faces, a rediscovered Adria dream and an almost forgotten paradise.

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Ljubljana, Slovenia - Travel Guide

Welcome to Ljubljana, Slovenia for Day 2, of my Travel in Europe by Train adventure. Today, we explore this beautiful city, and visit the Triple Bridge, Ljubljana Castle and Central Market. Hope you enjoy the video as much as I did creating it.

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Slovenia Travel Guide | Must Do Travels

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Join us on this episode of the Must Do Travels Show where we explore the majestic landscapes and natural wonders of Slovenia. Let us know in the comments below where you would like for us to check out next.

Slovenia is a tiny European country located just North East of the Italian border, along the Juliann Alps. For centuries this region was the meeting place of the Italian and Germanic people, and the country’s architecture, culture, and cuisine shows a blend of both influences on the local Slavic people.

This laid-back country is completely unassuming, and really should be appreciated for not trying too hard to be anything at all. Slovenia is simply Slovenia, and that’s just it. It represents a slower and more relaxed way of life, which is something to really cherish on a vacation in this day and age. The whole country is dotted with tiny European farm towns, with their fresh markets, churches, and plenty of stunning views of the great outdoors.

If you are looking for a more affordable alternative to experiencing the grandeur and peacefulness of the Alps without having to break the bank on a long stay in Switzerland, Slovenia is your natural choice. The cost for lodging and meals will be somewhat comparable to the average cost of staying in any small American town, to give you a point of reference. The country actually doesn’t experience a significant amount of tourism, as most Europeans and other foreigners tend to gravitate more towards the sandy beaches of neighboring Croatia instead. This makes Slovenia a less crowded destination without a lot of the daily pressures that come from being in booming tourist towns. Most tourists actually just come from neighboring countries, who are more familiar with what Slovenia has to offer.

Most popular activities in Slovenia involve being active outdoors, such as hiking, rowing, biking, and other sports.

Slovenia’s capital city Lubljana (Lube Lee Anna) is its largest by far, but is still only home to about 275,000 people. The city demonstrates an architectural style that is a blend of Venetian and Austrian, and reflects the neo-classical architectural style that was very popular in Europe during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The city’s style and it’s canals were even somewhat reminiscent to us of central Paris too.

One of the most iconic landmarks in Slovenia is Lake Bled, which is a large calm lake in the northwest of the country, and easily recognizable for its tiny island featuring the Church of the Assumption. This lake is a favorite place for Slavs to come to and relax, and a place they are often proud to bring guests and family members visiting the country.

Nearby you will find Slovenia’s tallest peak, Mount Triglav, hiking which is said to make you a true Slovenian..though we’re not sure that holds true for tourists. The perpetual snow melt of the Juliann Alps around Mount Triglav feeds into the Soca (socha) River, which is another iconic feature of the Slovenian landscape. The river cuts through a mostly limestone path, and is prized for its naturally beautiful turquoise waters.

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Things To Do In SLOVENIA | UNILAD Adventure

This week we discover some of the beautiful gems that Slovenia has to offer. From the historic capital to the vast photogenic landscapes. This is why Slovenia needs to be at the top of your bucket list for 2019!

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Ljubljana: 0:38
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Bohinj Museum Railway (Slovenia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Vacation travel video about destination Bohinj Museum Railway in Slovenia.
Each summer, in Jesenice in the north of today’s EU Member State of Slovenia,an historical steam train travels through the Triglav National Park and both the Bača and Soča Valleys, to Nova Gorica.The first stop is Bled Jezero. Several actors are on the train, dressed as conductors in the uniforms of the old empire, a special touch that adds to the wonderful atmosphere. The train station is sited above a hollowed-out glacier that later became Bled Lake, one of the warmest lakes in the Alps. The Austro-Hungarian monarchy required a second railway connection between Vienna and Trieste. Its planning took more than thirty years and it took five years to construct: tunnels were blasted out of the rock, narrow valleys used to their best advantage, and amazing bridges constructed. With the completion of this railroad, the railway network connected Vienna and Central Europe with the Adriatic regions of the K and K monarchy. On this journey we have travelled on the youngest of the ‘steam ladies’ of the Ljubljana Railway Museum. The 33-037 weighs a hundred and thirty six tons, is twenty three metres long and its tender can take nine tons of coal. The Bohinj Museum Train is a fabulous experience. Not one to be missed!

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Piran Slovenia Travel Guide | Things To Do In Piran, Food and Travel Tips

In our Piran Slovenia Travel Guide, we will share all our travel tips for visiting one of our favourite places to visit in Slovenia. See the best food and our favourite places to eat as well as the best things to do in Piran during your trip to this amazing Slovenian coastal town.
We also talk about how long to stay in Piran, where to stay in Piran as well as discuss the many ways to get to Piran. We absolutely loved our time here and hope you do too.

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14:07 - How Long To Stay In Piran
15:23 - When To Visit Piran
16:03 - Thanks and take a look at our Article, Guide and Map

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A Tourist's Guide to Ljubljana, Slovenia

We fly into Slovenia's gorgeous little capital, Ljubljana. Though I do not feel we gave this city the justice it deserves, we manage to see the following things:

1. Grand Union Hotel
2. Franciscan Church of the Annunciation
3. Three Bridges
4. Preseren Square
5. Town Hall
6. Robba Fountain
7. Dragon Bridge
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Bohinj Museum Railway (Slovenia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Each summer, in Jesenice in the north of today’s EU Member State of Slovenia,an historical steam train travels through the Triglav National Park and both the Bača and Soča Valleys, to Nova Gorica.The first stop is Bled Jezero. Several actors are on the train, dressed as conductors in the uniforms of the old empire, a special touch that adds to the wonderful atmosphere. The train station is sited above a hollowed-out glacier that later became Bled Lake, one of the warmest lakes in the Alps. The Austro-Hungarian monarchy required a second railway connection between Vienna and Trieste. Its planning took more than thirty years and it took five years to construct: tunnels were blasted out of the rock, narrow valleys used to their best advantage, and amazing bridges constructed. With the completion of this railroad, the railway network connected Vienna and Central Europe with the Adriatic regions of the K and K monarchy. On this journey we have travelled on the youngest of the ‘steam ladies’ of the Ljubljana Railway Museum. The 33-037 weighs a hundred and thirty six tons, is twenty three metres long and its tender can take nine tons of coal. The Bohinj Museum Train is a fabulous experience. Not one to be missed!

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Piran & Ljubljana Capital City of Slovenia - Magical tour of the Best Spots to Visit

Step back into a Roman time of castles and fortresses in this hidden European treasure destination, of Ljubljana and the Mediterranean coastal town of Piran on the Adriatic Sea coastline.
This short preview video taken from the full half hour travel documentary feature, explores all the famous and best spots to visit in this city. A guide map will walk you through all the sites and explain each location which will familiarize you with visiting this area.
The city is very clean, safe, and friendly to visit and explore. It's a magical page from a Fairy tale book with castles and fortresses and Kings and princess's.

I came here as part of my travels to live and experience this magnificent place while maintaining a $20/day meal budget. It wasn't difficult since there was an abundance of options to choose from. The people are very friendly and helpful, and English was not a problem here.
Follow this video as I take you on a tour of all the spots to see in Ljubljana and Piran.
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