According to The Guardian, “for a country of just two million people, Slovenia has much more than its share of sights and attractions.” They published the list of places and sights outside Ljubljana which The Guardian readers believe must be visited.
Bled was listed on the first place, which came as no surprise, with special mention of Villa Bled. “Once used by President Tito, it recently reopened with the original furniture and photos. Have a cup of coffee on the patio with its stunning floor mosaics, while you look out over the lake towards the church, and the castle beyond. It is a treasure of pure elegance, the prices are ridiculously reasonable and the coffee just gorgeous!” was the explanation given in The Guardian.
The Logarska dolina valley took the second place. It is one of the most beautiful glacial Alpine valleys. The visitors should spend a few days in the valley, as it is most suitable for cycling or hiking, amid “the greenest green you’ve ever seen”. They also praise the hospitality of the locals who are more than happy to share their homemade brandy and spit-roasted pig with the visitors.
Author|Source : Sa. J. Translated by G. K. | RTVSLO.SI