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...

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...

This is part of my Brit Love series. Every Saturday I talk about something that I love about Great Britain. Like a true Brit, I love tea. I haven't always liked it though. As a child I spat it out, proclaimed it tasted like dishwater...

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,...

Slovenia's capital, Ljubljana, doesn't look up to much from the train. Having come from the beautiful, clean, nothing-bad-ever-happens city of Salzburg, Ljubljana was definitely something different. We arrived at the train station in the middle of the night and ended up lost wandering the streets...

If you're staying in Ljubljana and you go anywhere on a night out, the Skeleton Bar should be on your list. Possibly one of the world's weirdest bars, the Skeleton Bar in Ljubljana has a book case concealing the toilet and creepy portraits of...

Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a quirky city. I had no idea what to expect of it before I arrived, but Ljubljana combines the European riverside café culture with a strange, edgy, grungy vibe. The people are a little bit wacky and have...