2nd Edition. Bradt Publications. 248 pages. Once part of the larger republic of Yugoslavia, Slovenia is now an independent country with impressive Alpine scenery and charming Adriatic coastal towns. In addition to practical information on the country's accessible capital, Ljubljana, the Bradt guide explores off-the-beaten-track Slovenia including visits to wine-growing regions, hiking in the Julian Alps, white-water rafting and skiing. A strong emphasis on culture and history is combined with practical information on where to stay and eat, and how to get around. ? Ljubljana, Maribor and other historic centres ? Natural history and protected areas, including Triglav National Park ? Venetian towns of the Adriatic coast
Lonely Planet Publications. Slovenia has a wealth of attractions and activities to rival a country many times its size, and has been dubbed 'Europe in Miniature'. This is the original English-language guidebook to Slovenia, and still the best. Elegant castles, mountain huts and five-star hotels have accommodation covered. Food & Drink chapter with menu reader and food glossary. Dedicated Outdoors chapter with more activities than you can shake a stock at. Leading literary figure Andrej Blatnik discusses punk rock and football.
2nd Edition. Bradt Publications. 256 pages. The Bradt city guide to Ljubljana puts this culturally and historically rich capital on the map. This compact guide provides listings on a range of accommodation, from new five-star luxury to family-run guesthouses that retain their typical Slovenian charm. It also covers planning a trip to or from the neighbouring European countries of Croatia, Italy and Austria. ? The first city guide in English to Ljubljana ? City maps in colour and a walking tour ? Classical and historical attractions and cultural background information.