Love was in the air the moment US writer Noah Charney set foot in Ljubljana. And after he met his future wife, there was a whole country to get passionate about, with dramatic landscapes, curious traditions and great food
For the Stanford’s Travel Book of the Year nominee, the Bora wind influences every part of life on this wild plateau – straddling Italy and Slovenia – from the architecture to the inhabitants and their food. Julian Worker has written a number of travel books including Travels through History : France Travels through History –Continue reading “‘The wind makes Karst people stay in, and gives them character’: walker and author Nick Hunt”
The ‘man who hiked the world’ is an Instagrammer from London who travels the globe in search of great walking routes. Here he picks his favourites in Europe, all under five hours
Sevnica, an hour east of Slovenian capital Ljubljana, is offering visitors first lady-related merchandise from wine and cake to pies and salami. But locals may be tiring of the connection already
With Hobbity hideaways, remote farms and friendly guesthouses, Slovenia offers a wealth of accommodation from which to explore its mountains, lakes and villages
For a country of just two million people, Slovenia has much more than its share of sights and attractions.
Slovenia’s – and now Europe’s – green capital is a laid-back charmer of a city. Easily walkable, it boasts striking architecture and a vibrant outdoor eating and drinking culture
New direct flights from the UK make Maribor, Slovenia, easy to reach for a trip that can revolve around its famous wine. But the city has plenty more to offer