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logarska dolina

logarska dolina is a glacial alpine valley.

say that slowly, and enjoy the images those three words pop into your head. if you’re picturing an extremely green narrow valley surrounded by big snowy mountains, you’re exactly right.

logarska dolina is picture perfect all year round, and has a little bit of something for everyone: long walks in the valley, lots of waterfalls to see, and also plenty of trails for hiking in the mountains. it’s located in the kamnik-savinja alps, a good 1h30m from ljubljana, but if you can make a day trip and take the time to enjoy it slowly, you won’t regret it.


and the food…! i’ve mentioned it before: wherever you go in slovenia, you can be sure that you’ll find a nice restaurant, a mountain hut or a tourist farm. meet the best mushroom soup we’ve had to date:


we also had štrukli and meat ravioli, but none as impressive as that soup. definitely worth the trip! :)

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if this country was a colour, it would be green. deep lush slovenian green.


Slovenia belongs to the most forested countries in Europe. 1,185,145 ha of forests cover more than a half of its territory (forestation amounts to 58.5%). Most Slovenian forests are located within the area of beech, fir-beech and beech-oak sites (70 %), which have a relatively high production capacity.

these are impressive numbers from the slovenia forest service.