From historic landmarks to culinary delights, this 3-day itinerary is tailor-made for solo travelers seeking to uncover the city’s hidden treasures. Immerse yourself in the enchanting blend of old-world charm and vibrant modernity as you explore Ljubljana’s iconic sights, indulge in local flavors, and experience the warm hospitality of Slovenia’s capital. Whether you’re wandering through the charming Old Town, savoring traditional cuisine, or soaking in the views from Ljubljana Castle, this adventure promises an unforgettable introduction to this captivating European gem.
Slovenia is the perfect destination for solo female travelers looking for a mix of natural beauty, rich culture and outdoor activities. From the Julian Alps, to the stunning lakes and rivers, to the charming towns and villages, Slovenia offers a diverse array of experiences for the solo female traveler to explore and enjoy.
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Ljubljana is a city that offers an array of culinary delights that will leave your taste buds wanting more. From traditional Slovenian dishes to international cuisine, there is something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a fine-dining experience or a quick bite to eat, I’ve got a great Ljubljana restaurant for you.
The charming capital city of Slovenia is filled with history, culture, and stunning architecture. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a frequent traveler, there’s something for everyone in this delightful city. From strolling along the Ljubljanica River to exploring the old town, Ljubljana offers a range of experiences that will make your trip unforgettable. I’ll highlight the best things to do in Ljubljana, including top attractions, hidden gems, and local favorites.
Before Khaleesi laid waste to Lannister soldiers on Game of Thrones, Ljubljana had its own dragons. Between Dragon Bridge in the city centre and the city flag, to the manhole covers and the stuffed dragons for sale in gift shops, you can’t miss them. But what’s the connection? Why is Ljubljana the city of dragons?
Was this really going to happen? Was I going to make my way to the top of Mount Vogel in Slovenia…and then run off the edge? Well, that was my plan anyway. If the weather would let me. I was going paragliding.
In 2016 Ljubljana, Slovenia was named Europe’s Green Capital. In the middle of the green capital, surrounded by parks, is the city’s greenest hotel. Some hotels say they’re environmentally friendly and sure, they may not wash your sheets and towels every day but they’ve got nothing on the Hotel Park in Ljubljana.
Twelve feet doesn’t seem like that much does it? It’s the width of my living room. Twice the height of my last date. Four metres. Sounds so small until you’re standing at the top of a waterfall and someone is telling you to go ahead and jump into the pool below. This is canyoning in Slovenia.