Slovenia is a beautiful country. It reminds me a little bit of my home country Poland, but also of Italy and Austria. It’s a mixture you don’t expect but are positively surprised by. I started my trip with two days in Ljubljana, the capital and the biggest city in Slovenia. Ljubljana is a beautiful city filled with history, antique buildings and so many colours! I wondered around the old town, Central Market, saw Perseren Square, took a walk along the river Ljubljanica Kanal and visited the Ljubljana Castle.
I meet a lot of people in Ljubljana and one girl told me about Bled Lake, which is situated close to the city and is accessible via a bus. So, on my third day, I took the bus to the mysterious lake. The lake is gorgeous! It has a little island in the middle that can be seen from a peak that you can climb if you want to. I decided to skip the climb and chill, sunbathe and swim in the lake.
I spent my fourth day in Trieste, Italy, which you can get to from Ljubljana. After a day in Trieste, I took a bus to Koper - a little picturesque historical town by the Mediterranean Sea.
Koper is smaller than Ljubljana but still has a lot to offer. I took a walk along the sea, and around the old town. Koper will stay in my mind as a little, calm and beautiful city.