The Julian Alps and Triglav National Park

The Julian Alps lies in Triglav National Park, one of the oldest national parks in Europe. It got its name after roman settlement Forum Iulii and it is protected wild nature area on the northwestern part of Slovenia (still) overlooked by the crowds. Recently Lonely Planet awarded Julian Alps as best travel top 10 regions …

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Winter Soca valley

Spending winter time in Soca valley? Soca valley is a real winter wonderland to be explored and not to ignore. Soca valley is a region worth a visit during the long winter months. Go skiing, enjoy the silence of the snow-covered landscape, treat yourself with a local cuisine and visit the festivals in the region. By the way, …

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Ljubljana for families with babies

Is Ljubljana suitable for families with babies? Yes, it is. Ljubljana has been my home town for the past 10 years. I love living here because its city center is easily reached by foot. At the end of September we became parents of little Lucija. Our life changed a bit (not dramatically!) and we got …

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Slovenia best walks in the autumn

Slovenia is a small green European country where walking is a number one sport. Of course, beside gardening 🙂 Autumn is definitly one of my best seasons of the year to explore Slovenia. The nature is completely changing its colours. From orange yellow autumn leaves to dark green pine trees. A great mosaic of Slovenian …

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