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About this book
About this book
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.
(1) Acknowledgements (2) Introduction (3) Chapter 1 Background Information (4) Chapter 2 Practical Information (5) Chapter 3 Ljubljana (6) Chapter 4 Gorenjska (7) Chapter 5 Primorska (8) Chapter 6 The Slovenian Adriatic (9) Chapter 7 Notranjska (10) Chapter 8 Dolenjska and Bela Krajina (11) Chapter 9 Stajerska and Prekmurje (12) Chapter 10 Koroska (13) Appendix 1 Language (14) Appendix 2 Further Information (15) Index
Robin McKelvie is a travel writer and photographer for a range of worldwide magazines and newspapers. Jenny, his wife, is also a travel writer; together they wrote the Bradt guide to Ljubljana.
248 pages, Illustrations, maps
'...your guides to Slovenia and Ljubljana are some of the best I've seen.'
Ivan Valencic, Slovenia
"Excellent travel guide. Very useful for all-round requirements."
JM & ME Drury, Darlington
"Very clear, well presented. Pictures are appropriate."
Sue Lockett, Taunton, Somerset.
"I found this guide very informative compared to others I'd looked at before purchasing this book"