To get from Piran in Slovenia to Venice in Italy you have to take the bus from Piran to Trieste which takes about an hour and costs around 8 euros. There is no train station in Piran; the closest train station is Koper. The bus...

1% of Slovenia's territory is covered by vineyards and the country's second largest town, Maribor, boasts the oldest grapevine in the world. Therefore one of the things we were very keen to do on our trip was taste some wine. Our hostel owner at Alibi Hostel...

Whilst the Slovenian coast isn't known for its beaches, since the most you'll get is a patch of stones, Portoroz has it's own man-made beach. Not the best beach in the world, but it's good enough to lie your towel down on a lounger and...

Lipica stud farm in Slovenia breeds beautiful white Lipizzaner horses. Located in the Karst region of Slovenia, the stud farm offers guided tours at set times of the day. The Lipica stud farm was established in 1580 by the Austrian Archduke Karl II and it has...

Piran in Slovenia is a picturesque little fishing village on the Slovenian Coast. Bear in mind, that when I say "Coast", Slovenia has no beaches, so you're more likely to be enjoying a seafood lunch next to a harbour than topping up your tan on...

Slovenia may be a tiny little country sandwiched between Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary, but the feather in its cap, the jewel in its crown, is Lake Bled. This magical, fairytale lake is rather small in size, but is arguably Slovenia's most prized possession, appearing...