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Da Vinci Code in SloveniaLjubljana Cities: Ljubljana
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3 jours / 2 nuits Duration: 3 days / 2 nights
1h50 Flight time from Paris: 1:50
Toute l'année Seasonality: All year
The code of the dragon will allow you to penetrate the secrets of Ljubljana, in the footsteps of the Golden Fleece and the legend of Jason ... The Da Vinci riddles for a successful seminar!
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THE POSTOJNA CAVES; AND OTHER TOURIST CAVES IN SLOVENIA
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Cro2006-06-28 16:35:25 by ribica11
Glad you liked Croatian beer. It is so cheap!
There is suitable accommodation for every budget, From 10$ for rooms and camps, all inclusive cheap socialistic monster hotels to beautiful Hilton right at the Dubrovnik walls, Esplanade in center of Zagreb or Hotel Peristil inside of historic Diocletian palace in Split (double 120 150$).
Mostar in Bosnia should be also visited, especially during diving competition from the 28 m high bridge. They have done amazing work to restore it after war destruction.
Bled in Slovenia is gorgeous, for a day or two visits. Many private rooms and hotels are located just around the lake.
No problem2006-02-05 19:42:31 by -
Other than travelling with a very young child, you should have no real problems. Slovenia and Croatia are great. You don't say how you plan to travel, but the trains are fine, the roads tend to be narrow with limited highways. Both capital cities are nice small cities (Ljubljana is nicer n my opinion).
Bled (SL) and the rural surrounding area of mountains and lakes are incredible. Dubrovnik (HR) and many of the nearby islands are great, but I encourage you to take the ferry to/from Split versus driving over. You can easily take the train from Zagreb to Split, but the ferry or bus is the option from Split to Dubrovnik
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Named for Saint Sava, the princely archbishop who founded the Serbian Orthodox Church and drafted the first Serbian constitution in 1219, it starts as a racing, turquoise stream in the Julian Alps of Slovenia.