SLOVENIA Destination Guide and Tours
This small country comes with a big heart and has been named one of the friendliest in Europe. Its capital Ljubljana even comes with the amiable nickname of “beloved”. Compact, clean and mountainous, it is the third most wooded country in Europe, offering peaceful surroundings and delightfully rugged terrains.
Visit the charming city of Maribor with your Travel Director, taking a moment to appreciate the blend of old and new architecture. Explore the remarkable natural wonder of the Postojna Caves. Venture through a series of caverns and passages, hollowed out by the Pivka River for over two million years.
With Insight Vacations gain access to exclusive experiences: • Explore Ljubljana’s traditional markets with a Local Expert.
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An all-encompassing journey of magnificent menus, outstanding scenery and incredible cultural heritage, this itinerary brings you face-to-face with Europe’s finest attractions.
Country Roads of Croatia
Discover the pristine landscapes, idyllic islands and sun-dappled seas of Croatia, where fortified towns of cobblestone and terracotta echo a time when Venice ruled the waves.
Christmas Markets of Croatia, Slovenia & Austria
Discover Europe’s best Christmas Markets as you make your way from Zagreb to Vienna. Marvel at the Baroque elegance of the Old Town in Ljubljana and take in the views from Bratislava’s Castle in Slovakia’s capital, as you join in advent festivities.
When to go: The best time to visit Serbia is in the summer months, when the snow has cleared. April onwards is the perfect time to explore outdoors. For those who prefer warmer weather, head there in July for the hottest temperatures or August for the most daylight.
MAR - MAY
JUN - AUG
SEP - NOV
DEC - FEB
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Serbian and Romanian
European Standard of 230V, with a frequency of 50Hz.