Ptuj, Slovenia.
Sunset in Žalec, Slovenia.
The heart of Ljubljana's social life are the Ljubljanica river embankments, densely scattered with lively cafés offering outdoor seating. A good way to see the old city centre and its famous bridges, picturesque buildings and vibrant embankments from a completely different angle is to join a tourist boat cruise along the river.
Landmark 17th-century Franciscan church featuring a pink facade & an interior with ceiling frescoes.
With its classic twin towers and trademark single, weather-worn green dome, Ljubljana Cathedral is a beautiful sight in this beautiful city. A church has stood here in this site since the 13th century, but the existing twin-towered building dates from the start of the 18th century.
Ljubljana, Slovenia.
A cross sits atop of Orlove Glave, a small hill on top of the Vogel Mountains. The cross has a bell attached to it and apparently, if you can the bell, you will have good luck. Neither Isabelle nor I were able to ring it, so we’re doomed now!
Hey, it's a lake, but it just reminded me of this all time favorite song of mine. This is lake Bohinj in Slovenia.
Covering 318 hectares, this is Slovenia's largest permanent lake. It is located within the Bohinj Valley of the Julian Alps, and part of Triglav National Park.
Lake Bohinj, Slovenia.
Rural Church somewhere in Slovenia
Dock
Bled, Slovenia.
Bled, a Slovenian resort town in the foothills of the Julian Alps, is set along the glacial Lake Bled.
The lake surrounds Bled Island, where you can find several buildings, the main one being the pilgrimage church dedicated to the Assumption of Mary, built in its current form near the end of the 17th century
A picturesque view of Bled, Slovenia at sunset. Bled is set in the foothills of the Julian Alps, along a glacial lake with the same name, Bled. Looking down you can see a small island on the lake with the Church of the Assumption of Maria, with its steep staircase and bell tower.
The Radovna river is responsible for cutting the Vintgar gorge for over 1.5 kilometers, and up to 100 meters deep. Nice wooden galleries just a couple meters above the water make for a perfect view of the gorge.
The Radovna river is responsible for cutting the Vintgar gorge for over 1.5 kilometers, and up to 100 meters deep. Nice wooden galleries just a couple meters above the water make for a perfect view of the gorge.
The Radovna river is responsible for cutting the Vintgar gorge for over 1.5 kilometers, and up to 100 meters deep. Nice wooden galleries just a couple meters above the water make for a perfect view of the gorge.
Wooden memorial chapel dedicated to Russian prisoners of war engaged in forced labor in the area during World War I.
Amazing vistas along the way such as this cute settlement called Trenta in western Slovenia.

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