Verona (approx. 4 hours from Ljubljana):
while not as well
known as other Italian cities, Verona is full of history and romance.
Admire the Arena, the most famous Roman remains, Verona’s many
squares (piazzas) and churches. Do not miss the chance to follow
the path of the world’s most romantic story of Romeo and Juliet
and discover the balcony where Romeo declared his love for Juliet.
Sightseeing in Croatia
Take it easy and enjoy the natural beauties and wonders of the blue
sea, green lakes, cities of white stone and the slow pace of life of the
Adriatic villages and islands.
Plitvice Lakes (approx. 4 hours from Ljubljana)
is a UNESCO site.
Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of this natural wonder of sixteen
terraced lakes, caves and waterfalls surrounded by thickly wooded
mountains and lush vegetation.
Kornati (approx. 5.5 hours from Ljubljana),
a group of islands,
located in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic; they extend
over some 35 km and include 140 islands, some large, some small,
over an area of about 320 km² of sea. The Kornati Islands form
the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean. Because of their
exceptional beauty, interesting landscape, diversity of coastline and
especially the richness of the marine ecosystem, the greater part
of the Kornati maritime zone was declared a national park in 1980.
Dubrovnik (approx. 9 hours from Ljubljana),
“The ‘Pearl of the
Adriatic” is one of the most prominent tourist destinations on the
Adriatic. AUNESCOCultural Heritage site, this ancient town, surrounded
by ramparts and fortresses, is a treasure trove of architectural and
cultural masterpieces, scrupulously preserved over the centuries.www.kompas-online.net