|Street Cafe in Ljubljana|
This small country has it all, and with only 99 inhabitants per square km, Slovenia ranks low among the European countries in population density - compared with 320/km² for the Netherlands or 195/km² for Italy. The Slovenians are very fond of their outdoor lifestyle, whether it is skiing in the Alps (we saw snow on the peaks in late June!), swimming in the Adriatic (their piece of coastline is 46.6km), visiting the beautiful Lake Bled, or exploring the extensive cave system at Postojna, the 2nd largest in the world.
|Statue in Mary's Pilgrim Church|
The Pletna boats are passed down from generation to generation and require strong arms to row 20 adults across a large expanse of water! The owners are extremely proud of their unique method of transport and only have rest days when it rains! These wooden boats are approx.7m long and 2m wide. Originally the rights to row on the lake were given to poor families from the
|Pletna on Lake Bled|
|View of Lake Bled from Villa Bled|
|Pavement Cafe in Ljubljana|
|Polis (Police) Pizza & Beer all in one little street!|