Slovenia may very well be the most under-rated country in Europe. While it doesn’t have the reputation of Italy or France, or the pizazz of the fjords of Norway, the small country has enough natural wonders to rival a country many times its size.
Bursting at the seams with ‘snow-capped peaks, turquoise-green rivers and a Venetian-style coastline’, Slovenia combines an awe inspiring natural scene with old world architecture, an exciting mix of Slavic, German, and Italian culture, and sophisticated cuisine.
Slovenia’s modern iteration dates to 1991 when the local people, in a plebiscite, voted by an 88% majority to secede from Yugoslavia which was in the first stages of its collapse into seven independent countries.
So instead of wasting your money on the new iPhone, or “donations” to your local casino, put the money aside for a trip to Slovenia.Read More