One day in Ljubljana, Slovenia

One day in Ljubljana is just enough to explore the city’s main sights. Even though it’s Slovenia’s capital city, it’s rather small and still one of those undiscovered charming towns in Europe, not yet overrun by tourists. As soon as I arrived and walked through the cosy colorful streets, Ljubljana reminded me of Prague with its lovely bridges, colorful façades and tiny streets.

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One day at Bohinj Lake, Slovenia

The Bohinj Lake at Slovenia is the prettiest lake of Slovenia, completely surrounded by snow capped mountains, a few cute villages and not overrun (yet) by tourists. I stayed here for 2 nights and if it hadn’t rained the complete first day I probably would’ve done way more like paragliding and taking the cable car to the top of Mount Vogel. But the second day it was sunny and warm so I could really enjoy the beauty of the lake’s surroundings. This is what I suggest to do when you can only spend one day at Bohinj Lake!

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One day at Bled, Slovenia

Planning one day at Bled and in need of knowing how to do it? Wondering what to see and do at Lake Bled? I got you covered! A lot of people visiting Ljubljana drive to Bled for one day to admire the clear lake surrounded by the snow capped mountains.  In one day you can already explore a lot over there! Here’s what I think you should definitely do!

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One day in Cordoba

I spend one day in Cordoba during my trip to Sevilla and I was in complete awe. It was even better than I imagined! Cordoba is the city where East meets West and is one of the most diverse cities I’ve ever visited. The typical Spanish white alleys, decorated with colorful flower pots, are surrounded by exquisite gems of Islamic architecture. This is the place where Muslims, Christians and Jews once lived peacefully side by side.

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