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Category: Slovenia

Slovenia is a literal spider’s web of walking trails, with some 10,000km worth of routes to choose from. These trails range from challenging, mountainous treks to much more accessible flatland walks through forests and meadows.

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The city of Piran sits daintily on the western coast of Slovenia, arrowing out into the Adriatic Sea forming the western-most tip of the country. The signature red roofs of the buildings have become a staple of the Adriatic coast, with much larger cities such as Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia displaying such colours.

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As we often mention (maybe a little too often), Slovenia is a real gem of a country. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or returning after an undoubtedly delightful previous trip, the country, and the people that live there, always have something new to offer. For first-time travellers, it’s worth noting that Slovenia is not a particularly ‘hard’ country to visit.

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Bled is a small town in north-west Slovenia that until recently has remained relatively untouched by modern tourism. However, as more and more people discover the natural beauty of the country, the town

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