Slovenia is known as ‘Europe in miniature’. It is located between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. If you decide to travel there, you will find landscapes with thick jungle, mountains and the Adriatic coast. Formerly, it was part of Yugoslavia but, it managed to become independent. You can enjoy countless outdoor activities and adventures, while exploring its history and culture.
You must make a mandatory visit to the National Museum and the Town Hall . This is a historical place built in 1708. It has two very beautiful water sources and in the surroundings you will also find other centenary constructions that you will love. The main rivers of Slovenia are: Savinja, Soca, Idrija, Collpa, Bohinjka Sava, and Dolinka. They are perfect for lovers of rafting and kayaks.
Water sports are very popular in many cities that are crossed by these rivers long. You can practice these sports in a group and obtain the qualification you need to continue practicing them later. There are other places that you should not miss:
– Bled . It is a small and picturesque island in Slovakia. You must visit the Church of the Assumption, a place dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
– Predjama Castle . This is one of the most popular medieval castles that are still standing in the area. If you visit the place in August, you can participate in the Erazem Medieval Tournament. This is a tourist event that attracts many, many travelers.
– For fans of good food, Piran is the ideal place to fill up. This coastal city has a church on top of its main hill that is worth a pleasant visit.
– Kobarid Museum. It is one of the most visited in Europe. You can see countless war memories.