Only slightly larger than the State of New Jersey, most people can’t find Slovenia on a map. But that is changing quickly as tourists pour into this tiny, charming country tucked between Italy and Croatia in a tiny corner of the upper Adriatic. Slovenia is very fortunate that it’s beautiful architecture, much of it Art Nouveau, was spared since it avoided many of the more notable conflicts that overtook its siblings to the east as the former Yugoslavia fractured. Its capital, Ljubljana, is a beautiful old city that many travelers fall in love with.
Ljubljana, Bled, Maribor, Portorozo, Skofja Loka
Postojna Cave, Lake Bled, Vintgar Gorge, Lake Bohinj, Predjama Castle