The Istrian capital of Pula has an ideal location, right on the water, easily fortified and has therefore been inhabited since prehistoric times. Artefacts have been found in the area from the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age, and it even appeared in Greek myths.
You might have seen Dubrovnik on film; it has lately become even more famous as one of the filming locations of the HBO hit, Game of Thrones. It has been one of the prime jewels of the Adriatic since its heyday in the 15th and 16th centuries.
If you really want to enjoy and experience some great unforgettable adventure, then you should definitely visit Križna jama cave. Choose a guided tour that suits you best, from 1-hour tour up to 7-hour long tour!
Slovenia is full of fresh water, rivers, lakes and it also boasts numerous (around 300) wonderful waterfalls. If you, like me, are a fan of water then you cannot miss another picturesque waterfall known here as Virje slap.
Another of great Slovenian winter sports resorts, Pokljuka Plateau is again world renowned for its annual Biathlon World Cup. However, if you are not coming here for this event, you can come anytime and you’ll always find something to do here.