This full-length Bradt guide explores a secret corner of Europe. Once part of the larger republic of Yugoslavia, Slovenia is now an independent country, with Alpine scenery in the north to rival Austria and charming Adriatic coastal towns. In addition to full practical information and extensive coverage of the accessible capital, Ljubljana, the Bradt guide explores off-the-beaten-track Slovenia, and includes visits to wine-growing regions, hiking in the Julian Alps, the caves of the Karst region, white-water rafting, and skiing. A strong emphasis on culture and history is combined with everything independent travelers need on visiting Slovenia's attractions. This guide features:Euro or US dollar travellersa#39; cheques can be exchanged at banks, exchange offices, travel agencies and some post offices. ... Slovenia is more affordable than many western European countries, although any notions of a poverty-stricken eastern European nation with ... Meanwhile a double room in a mid-range hotel would typically cost 12, 000-16, 800SIT (an50-70), with luxurious four- and five-star anbsp;...
|Author||:||Robin McKelvie, Jenny McKelvie|
|Publisher||:||ROBIN MCKELVIE - 2005|