I always like to imagine how Hemingway would have written about this place, partly because his talent would magically bring out the best in everything, and partly because there’s no chance to come here and not have a coup de foudre on this country. Slovenia is mesmerizing in every possible way, no matter who you are or where you’re from. Its beauty is discrete and bashful, yet energetic and vigorous.
This crystal blue-green lake is heaven for lazy afternoons and walking around the shore, and its majestic beauty raises no question as to why it’s one of the most popular landmarks of the country. Lake Bled is definitely a must see – whether on a romantic sunset, or in broad daylight.
The cave system is not only stunning, but also has a scientific significance, so it is very well appreciated among scientists as well as the tourists. This cave system is among the longest karst underground wetlands in Europe. The fact that it’s huge (approximately 3.5 km long, 10 to 60 meters wide and over 140 meters high), compared to its other siblings on the continent makes it all the more attractive.
Triglav National Park
It is, indeed, the only National Park in Slovenia, but its beauty is genuine and organic. Among the most visitors there are people who love mountaineering and once more appreciate its staggering, raw charm.
There are amazing places to be seen from Slovenia and the Julian Alps are no exception. The sports offer for the adrenaline lovers is quite varied, and if you’re not just here seeking for some tranquility, you’ll be glad to find out there are water sports available, from canoeing to canyoning and rafting. It really is the kind of destination that could please anyone.
The Waterfall, the Military Cemetery or the Water Hurst of Sunik, Trenta Valley is where you’ll see traditional houses, with incredibly friendly locals always ready to show you how they value life and how they measure their treasures.