Collected by Linda Melluish
6230 Predjama, Slovenia
This treasured country is phenomenal Though this castle by far was the most impressive and seemingly almost undiscovered by the world. And I appreciate why. I felt like ( sadly) I was in a James Bond movie and this was the grand lux hotel. The...
6230 Predjama, Slovenia
The best kept culinary secret in Slovenia is the strudel at the inn near Predjama Castle. There is only one inn, you can't miss it. The pastry is served warm and with just the right amount of sugar. Like all great castles this one too has a troll....
Volavlje 1, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Idrija lace, an important part of Slovenian cultural heritage, is a recognisable symbol of the hard-working and creative women of Idria. It is a noble tradition with which women enriched their families' modest budgets. The art of lacemaking has...
Vedrijan 9, 5211 Kojsko, Slovenia
These crunchy and juicy red cherries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring and are adored by both young and old. The region of Goriška Brda, located in the western part of Slovenia, has always been renowned for this tasty little fruit on a...
Ulica Ivana Gradnika 5a, 5210 Deskle, Slovenia
Frtalja is a Slovene national dish made from eggs and is predominantly known in the cuisine of the Primorska region. Frtalja is prepared from whipped eggs, flour and different herbs. What is important is that the major part of the dish is made...
5212 Dobrovo, Slovenia
Goriška Brda, a region characterised by hills, fruit trees, wines and delicious cuisine in western Slovenia, from where you can enjoy views of the sea, the Italian regions of Friuli and Venetia and the Alps, is maintaining and developing its...
Turistično društvo Gorje, Podhom 80, 4247 Zgornje Gorje, Slovenia
There is nothing like the power of water. What it's done along the one mile trail through the Radovna River gorge is an engineering masterpiece. Built on wood scaffolding, the trail winds its way down river, crisscrossing the current in the...
5222 Kobarid, Slovenia
Kobarid is also known as Caporetto, because the town—on the border with Italy—was annexed by the Italians for part of World War I. The brutality of that war has been erased—and scenery like this has survived (you can revisit the war at the museum...
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