Vesna Veliscek, the founder of Slocally, a website that connects travelers with local experiences in her home country of Slovenia, offers advice for female solo travelers in Slovenia.
2014 was a beautiful and moving year for me, filled with an unprecedented number of travel experiences that made the year pass like a travel aficionado's dream sequence. Since January, I visited a whopping 22 countries, fulfilling my goal of
It’s a rainy day in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and there’s seemingly no end in sight to the raindrops as my mom and I cross the Dragon Bridge, huddled together under the protection of our single umbrella. We make our way through the
Ljubljana. Don’t be shy, it’s pronounced lyoo-BLYAH-nah. And, it’s the capital of Slovenia, a green and mountainous nation of two million people located just East of Italy and South of Austria. Humans have lived on the land that now forms the capital city
If you read my last post, hopefully you felt a bit charmed by the glacial waters of Lake Bled, even from afar. The Alpine lake is a favorite travel destination for Slovenians, Italians and Germans, bringing 8,000visitors to the region
After a six-plus hour bus ride from Bologna, Italy to Ljubljana, Slovenia, walking through the double doors of City Hotel felt like stepping into a palace. Clean marble floors glistened, sharp orange and yellow walls filled the lobby with cheer and
“We need to move to Ljubljana,” I say to my mom as we sit at a cozy round table in the corner of JB Restavracija. The restaurant, situated in the downtown of Slovenia’s capital city, is located in a historic building