When traveling abroad became for most of our compatriots not a dream, but a reality, many of them rushed to rest and improve their health in the European resorts of Italy, Spain and France. At the same time, overlooking the not so conspicuous, but no less attractive Slovenia. But the Germans, for example, have long been enjoying the spa resorts of this state..
Slovenia is a small country, but on its territory there is everything that a demanding tourist soul can wish for. Mountains (and therefore ski resorts), pristine lakes, picturesque forests, the warm Adriatic Sea and, finally, the famous spa centers.
The therapeutic thermal spas of Slovenia are not inferior to the most popular resorts in the world in terms of quality of service. Add to this modern medical centers with competent staff, the high professionalism of Slovenian doctors and local mineral waters containing trace elements that allow you to successfully fight many diseases, and the popularity of Slovenia as a place of rest and treatment will be easily explained. One of these spa resorts is Rogaška Slatina. Why is this happening and what he is famous for, you can find out more here..
The capital of Slovenia – Ljubljana – is miniature and beautiful. It stands on the banks of the picturesque river Ljubljanica. One of the main attractions of Ljubljana is the Ljubljana Castle, located on the right bank in the Old Town. From the height of its panoramic platform, the entire capital and its environs are visible. It is best to travel around Ljubljana on foot, as many historical places are prohibited from entering by car, and not visiting them means not seeing the Slovenian capital at all. The covered market, pedestrian bridges adorned with dragons – Tromostovie, Prešeren Square, the Franciscan Church – these sights are worth it to tire yourself out on foot. But in the evening, tourists will be rewarded – gatherings in small cozy cafes and restaurants, which can be found almost everywhere.
A plane flight from Moscow to Ljubljana will take a little time – somewhere around three hours.
And the most convenient way to travel around the country is by bus (this is the cheapest mode of transport) or by train.
As a keepsake, everything that has to do with bees is usually brought from Slovenia: painted beehives, various varieties of honey, honey tinctures, unusual “cream honey”. It is also worth paying attention to excellent wines, figurines made from letzt dough, the Slovenian meat delicacy prshut, cosmetics containing healing mud, glassware and figurines, clothes with national embroidery, wicker and carved souvenirs..
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