So you can experience Slovenia's Karawanken even when it rains. It's raining. For hours at first. It pours. Again and again. With only short breaks between the downpours. Long walks are not an option either. So we get in the car and drive off to explore the region.
In this guest article, Stephanie Bates presents her favorite restaurants and cafés in the Slovenian capital. There are certainly some among them that are well worth a visit. Here are Stephanie's recommendations:
Discover Bled and its old town on Lake Bled in Slovenia. Bled is located on Lake Bled below the Julian Alps. The place is not far from the Austrian-Slovenian border. This means that the place can be reached quickly and easily from both Bavaria and Austria.
Discover Slovenia travel destinations for wine lovers with us. We experience Malvasia wine and more Slovenian wines in the Vipava Valley Slovenia. Green hilly landscapes invite you to go on excursions. Winemakers open their cellars to wine lovers. Wine routes attract with landscapes and restaurants.
In Slovenia, Lake Bled Camping offers a range of options for motorhome holidays. There is a large campground at the west end of the lake. This is Bled Camping. You will also find opportunities for 5-star camping at Lake Bled, as well as glamping offers of varying levels of comfort.
Lake Bled is made for connoisseurs and leisure travelers. Its location and surroundings alone guarantee a holiday with pleasure. There is a lot to do there. But which Lake Bled activities do connoisseurs particularly enjoy?
A guest at the Fonda fish farm in Portoroz Slovenia. Dr. Irena Fonda, the owner and manager of the Fonda fish farm in the Bay of Portoroz. The blonde woman comes from a family in which the sea has always played a major role.
These tips for Slovenia for connoisseurs make a tour through this country an experience for all those who love to enjoy excellent cuisine, like to relax in thermal baths and not only experience a meal with the palate, but also dine with a beautiful view .
At first glance, Piran doesn't look like a fishing village. The city's square, Piazza Tartini, is too grand and too big for that. In its midst, the namesake of the square, the city-born musician Giuseppe Tartini, watches over the place. In the harbor, however, we see the boats bringing fresh fish ashore.
Slovenian food is influenced by many nations. No wonder! After all, Italians, Austrians, Hungarians and Croats played a role in the history of the country. They all left their mark on Slovenian cooking pots, and not just in Ljubljana's kitchens.