Street Art in Ljubljana – Slovenia

When you think of Ljubl­jana, the first words that come into your mind are prob­a­bly Slove­nian Cap­i­tal, roman­tic, river­side café cul­ture and vibrant. Well, let’s stick to the last one, because that is exactly what I was look­ing for.  I was in the old town, look­ing at the bee­hive of tourists gaz­ing at city maps. I must… 

Piran- one small medieval town with a big heart

Piran is charm­ing  medieval town in the Gulf of Piran, south­west­ern of Slove­nia, you do not want to miss.  With 18.000 inhab­i­tants, some would say its tiny and so it feels like. Kissed by the Adri­atic Sea, just like its sis­ters: Koper, Por­toz and Izola, it is one of the three major towns of Slove­nian Istria…. 

Skocjanske jame, a unique UNESCO site

The Skoc­jan Caves are the  great­est under­ground Canyon in Europe and sec­ond great­est in the world. Enlisted in UNESCO because of its out­stand­ing uni­ver­sal value. That is a strong char­ac­ter to start with, but there is more: it is UNESCO and RAMSAR (inter­na­tional con­ven­tion of wet­lands) her­itage, acknowl­edged as one of the nat­u­ral trea­sures of planet Earth; has about 130.000…

Slovenia-3 days in Trglav National Park-Canyons, waterfalls and gorges

Trglav National Park,  one of the film sets of Disney’s 2008, “Chron­i­cles of Narnja”,  holds 84.000 hectares of wilder­ness. It is located in the Julian Alps, the north-east of Slove­nia, close to the Ital­ian and Aus­trian bor­ders. The high­est point of the park is the peak of Mt. Triglav (2864 m), which also gave the park its name…