A Beginner’s Guide to Slovenia

9 thoughts on “A Beginner’s Guide to Slovenia”

  1. Great tips, Justin. You nailed the language perfectly, congrats! It is the hardest thing about living in Slovenia!! haha. Love this guy, sharing it ASAP :)

  2. Love this post! Being from Slovenia, it’s super interesting to read how foreigners see our country. Unfortunately, you’re more than right about smoking. I wish there were less smokers and cigarette butts around here. And congratulations on language tips – you did a good job here :)

    P.S. Love your pics! I’ve been following you on FB as well and I always get amazed about how beautiful your pictures are. I love how you capture things from a different perspective and not from the typical angle you can find all over the Internet.

    1. Thank you so much Rea, that means a lot coming from someone who actually lives here! I love following you guys as well, love living vicariously through your beautiful photos! :)

  3. Love your blog!!! So incredibly helpful!! So thankful I stumbled upon it! I am planning a 10 day trip to Slovenia for my partner’s 30th… how long do you recommend for each place? Minusing travel days it will be 8 full days in Slovenia.
    Best wishes,

    1. Hi Lisa,
      I’d say give yourself 2 days in each location – maybe something like: 2 days Ljubljana, 2 days Bled, 2 days Bovec, 2 days Piran. Can’t really go wrong with using those places as a base. Use 1 day for exploring the town itself, then the 2nd day to do a day trip somewhere!

  4. Hi Justin,

    I’m planning a week-long trip with my fiancee next month and your blog has been extremely helpful and inspiring. But each time I visit Europe I always find it very hard to get a good cup of English-style tea when out and about – how is Slovenia for tea lovers?


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