Slovenia is one of the youngest countries in Europe and also unknown.Emerged from the dissolution of the former Yugoslavia,this small European republic is one of those destinations worth discovering.If we are thinking of a different place for a holiday,and we are tired of the typical tour European capitals such as Paris,London or Rome,Slovenia is a perfect destination as it has a great natural beauty and numerous tourist attractions.
Located between Hungary,Croatia,Austria and Italy,this country of only 2 million inhabitants dazzle us for the spectacular nature and the charm of its cities and towns.In addition,its small size allows it we can go in full in a few days.
Despite being the capital and the most populous city,Ljubljana, is a very quiet town,but also has quite environment.It is a city worth visiting and wander through the cobbled streets are lined with terraces and bars. It has a rich heritage and monuments,with landmarks such as the Castle,the Cathedral,the Dragon Bridge and the Franciscan Church of the Annunciation.
Our tour could continue for several seaside towns like Piran,Izola and Koper, we surprised by the beauty of its beaches.If you dare,you can always rent a boat and enjoy the beauty of its shores.Throughout the country also find cathedrals,castles and other historic buildings that have many centuries old.Slovenia is also an ideal destination for nature lovers,with plenty of places to have a lavish beauty.Green forests,towering mountains and beautiful lakes are located all throughout the country.One of the most amazing places of not only the country but also in Europe,will be found in the Lake Bled ,a place that looks like something out of a story and dazzle us.
Slovenia offers many ways to enjoy an amazing experience,and is therefore important to have a good guide that allows us to make the most our journey.To do this,the new guide "Slovenia" by Lonely Planet and GeoPlaneta, will be of great help in discovering a fascinating country.
Through its pages are a tour of the most important and also the most hidden treasures of Slovenia: its snowy peaks,turquoise water rivers,lakes and Venetian-inspired Adriatic coast.This guide also has special sections dedicated to outdoor activities,the typical food or society.I also have proposals for the more adventurous,such as climbing Triglav.Essential to find itineraries that travelers can plot the most appropriate.In addition to the most popular destinations,we are also given to those spots that will make our journey into a unique and different.
The guide also offers ideas,expert advice and beautiful images that will be an inspiration in our journey.I also have the presence of color maps, including guidance details,and practical tips that will help us move freely throughout the country.
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Schengen Fact Sheet
24 European countries are party to the Schengen agreement. This agreement eliminates all internal border controls between them. To enter one Schengen country is to gain up to 90 days of continuous travel between the member states. American citizens traveling for business or tourism are not required to have a visa for this initial entry into the Schengen area, but...ing their visit, and could face possible fines or other repercussions if unable to do so.
The member parties of the Schengen agreement are:
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
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