DašaA simple girl, a woman, that like to discover new things, visiting new places and meeting new people. I love nature, sports, mountains and spending my days outside. Sun lover, searching for beauty, happiness and people who feel positive, nice and happy.
DorotejaI would love to travel more and get to know new friends. I love my alone time and I love a good party. Looking for new places and interesting people.
TinkaraHi. My name is Tinkara but I usually go by my nickname Tinka 🌸. I am a student at the University of Ljubljana and currently starting my solo traveling life. I am a girl who enjoys romanticizing her life as she goes. I love reading books, going out to social events, taking strolls around the city and meeting new people from different countries. In my free time I like to seek for adventures and create new memories with my polaroid camera 😉.
Can host for 3 daysA simple girl, a woman, that like to discover new things, visiting new places and meeting new people. I love nature, sports, mountains and spending my days outside. Sun lover, searching for beauty, happiness and people who feel positive, nice and happy.
MerelHi! I’m Merel (or just “M”, since that’s easier to pronounce in other languages than Dutch). I just started on my 6month journey through the South-east of Europe. While I’ll be exploring a lot, I will also work as a freelancer in the meantime. And! I’ve set a challenge for myself to make a video of one interesting/local/special person in every country I visit.
JeanneHi! 🦊 I'm 21 and I'm Interrailing for 2 months right now, started on 15th of March. I'll be by myself but hope to meet people to share things and why not pieces of trip ? I like as much hiking in nature and dancing crazy ! Always trying to create deep connexions with people 🌱 In love with trains and tramways 🚞
based on 10 experiences
I went to Ljubljana in June. Public transport to Lake Bled was very easy. I also went to Vintner Gorge. There’s a walk up a hill with a fab vantage point of Lake Bled. I also went to Caves and a castle in a hill. People were lovely and felt very safe. I loved Slovenia!
Itinerary: Day 1: Dubrovnik Day 2: Dubrovnik Day 3: Dubrovnik Day 4: Hvar Day 5: Hvar Day 6: Split Day 7: Plitvice Lakes Day 8: Zagreb Day 9: Ljubljana Day 10: Lake Bled, Vintgar Gorge Day 11: Soca Valley Day 12: Skocjan Caves, Predjama Castle Day 13: Ljubljana Safety: I traveled solo and felt very safe. Recommendations: Slovenia is probably one of the most underrated place in Europe. It's so gorgeous and the people are incredibly friendly.
Itinerary: Day 1: Morning train from Zagreb to Ljubljana Day 2: Lake Bled and Vintgar Gorge Day 3: Soca Valley Day 4: Skocjan Caves, Predjama Castle Day 5: Ljubljana Safety: I felt safe everywhere that I went to. Recommendations: Slovenia is one of my favourite countries for the landscape
Itinerary: Ljubljana: 2 days Bled: 2 days Bohinj: 1 day Piran: 1 day Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: Slovenia is so underrated. Lake Bled was a lot of fun and the food was great!
Itinerary: 3 days: Soca Valley 1 day: Vršič Pass 2 days: Lake Bled 1 day: Velika Planina 1 day: Ljubljana 1 day: Postojna Caves Safety: I felt super safe there. Recommendations: Slovenia is a fantastic place and we found it incredibly easy to get around.
I spent 4 days in Slovenia with two of my girls friends and such a safe place to be at! We went to Bled, Ljubljana (had an airbnb right by the dragon bridge by the bars super nice), did Vintgar gorge next to it - super pretty, and went to Soča Valley. It's absolutely incredible! Lake Bohinj was also very nice.
Slovenia is probably my overall favorite country to visit! Prices are reasonable, good food, amazing scenery, flowers everywhere and really nice people! I have stayed in Bled many times because I like all the options for adventure sports.
Lake Bled is absolutely beautiful! You should also visit Vintgar gorge whilst you are there, it is a couple of kilometers from Bled, and is absolutely stunning. Also Lake Bohinj is wonderful, and much quieter than Bled, with a gorgeous waterfall at the far end (Slap Savica). For caves Skocjan is very interesting, or you could go to Postojna and combine the cave tour with a tour of Predjama castle (it is built in a cave, and is fabulous!). If you have time, get a bus over the mountains to Bovec, there are more gorges and adventure activities there (Europe's longest zipline course for one!). The Vrsic mountain pass has incredible views, and is worth doing, even if you don't want to zipline!
I spent 2 days in Slovenia (one in Ljubljana and one in Bled). I have to say that Lake Bled is a must-see and I loved the views. Everyone seems to be speaking English which is very convenient, there are some random homeless people (with most of them being drug addicts unfortunately) but locals are very friendly.
I was there over easter and I'm absolutely in love with the country. I spent 2 days in Bled + Vintgar, and another 2 days in Ljublijana. I think this was a fair amount of time to see the basics but unfortunately I did not have time for Predjama Castle, which I regret deeply. In Bled I stayed at Garden House hostel - really nice ambiance, lovely staff, super clean and good location. In Ljubliana I stayed in hostel Tresor. I found Bled a bit expensive for food and all. Ljubliana was more reasonable and much better on this aspect - lots of cool cafes and restaurants.
Yes, Slovenia is generally considered to be a safe destination for solo female travelers. The country has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to travel. However, as with any destination, it is always important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Yes, Slovenia is a great destination for solo travelers. It is a safe and welcoming country with plenty of activities and attractions to explore. The country is known for its stunning natural beauty, friendly locals, and vibrant culture. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, such as hiking, biking, and skiing, as well as cultural attractions like museums and galleries. Slovenia is also home to some of the best food and wine in Europe, making it a great destination for foodies.
Slovenia is generally considered to be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy.
The official language of Slovenia is Slovenian, but many people also speak English, German, and Italian.
The official currency of Slovenia is the Euro.
Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to enter Slovenia.
Slovenia has a temperate climate with warm summers and cold winters.
Slovenia is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Slovenia has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and taxis.
The best time to travel to Slovenia depends on what you are looking for. If you are looking for warm weather and lots of sunshine, the best time to visit is from late May to early September. If you are looking for cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, the best time to visit is from late September to early May.
Yes, Slovenia is generally considered to be a safe country to travel alone. The crime rate is low, and the people are friendly and welcoming. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the usual safety precautions, such as avoiding walking alone at night and keeping your valuables secure.