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Not “Mother of dragons”, but known as “City of dragons”, Ljubljana is protected by huge dragon statues on each side of the river that crosses the city. This bite-sized city with only 270K inhabitants is one of Europe’s smallest capitals and yet such an interesting discovery! In Slovenian, the word ‘Ljubljana’ means ‘beloved’. And this sums up how many Slovenians and visitors feel about this city. Dragon Bridge The main attraction in Ljubljana is the Dragon Bridge, adorned with four giant dragon statues. Built around 1900,

Visiting Slovenia is like stepping into a fairytale with medieval castles, cozy town squares and charming bell towers. Next to the heroic Predjama castle, Slovenia has even more mystery to offer! Piran and Bled are the two places where the country’s magic is captured. Piran is Slovenia’s cutest coast town and Bled consists of a stunning glacial lake and a medieval castle. Piran Piran, Slovenia’s main cost town is incredibly picturesque, situated on a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Adriatic. Slovenia’s Adriatic coast is much

With its 20 square kilometers and 2 million inhabitants, Slovenia remains often below the radar for tourists. Did you know that this small country has ski resorts, coastal towns and world-renowned caves? After my 4 days visit, I am truly convinced that Slovenia has something to offer to any type of traveller. On top of that, distances are so small that you can even combine hiking in the mountains with a sunny afternoon at the coast. According to an old Slovene tale, when the world

While discovering Slovenia’s mountains, wineries and coastline, I almost forgot that the country also houses the biggest cave systems in the world! Postojna Cave is the second-longest cave system in Slovenia (the longest is the Migovec System), but definitely the most visited one. Believe me, Postojna is not just a cave. You haven’t seen a cave like this one. No kidding here! In total, Postojna has 24 km of underground passages, galleries and magnificent halls to offer. The visit starts at the entrance station of

I can hear trees rustling and I feel the wind playing with my hair when climb the narrow cobbled road up to the gate. It’s a quiet (late) afternoon in June and most of the tourists and visitors already left. As I peer down at the Predjama village and its surroundings, I am in awe of the green colors, lightening up at every sunburst. Walking up the narrow bridge towards our guide, giant vertical rocks come closer and closer. My senses are just soaked