Slovenia Travel Guide
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Fodor's Croatia and Slovenia, 2nd Edition
Plan Your Slovenia Vacation
Slovenia may be the best-kept secret in Europe. Just half the size of Switzerland, the country is often treated as fly-over—or drive-through—territory by travelers heading to better-known places in Croatia or Italy. That's good news for anyone choosing Slovenia as a destination, either in its own right or as a highlight during a visit to the region. It means fewer crowds—even in the peak summer touring months—fewer hassles, and in many ways a more relaxed travel experience with a chance to get to know the friendly and sophisticated Slovenian people.
Lodging prices are similar to what you see in Western Europe, although there are some less expensive options. During peak season (July and August), many...read more
Slovenia's traditional dining institution is the gostilna, essentially an inn or tavern but cleaner, warmer, and more inviting than the English translation...read more
Things To Do in Slovenia
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In late September/early October, my husband and I took our honeymoon: a week-long cycling trip from Venice to Porec, followed by a (non-cycling) week of wine tasting and relaxing in Istria and Slovenia. Read more
Background - my husband, Stephen, and I are in our early 50's and were to do this trip twelve months ago. Read more