Cultural Gems

Slovenia to Croatia


Best time to visit: May-October


Type: Hidden Gem, Nature, Historical

globe Trip details: $$$

10-14 Trip Days

While Croatia is and has been a travel hotspot, Slovenia still remains a well-kept secret. Pairing the two will give you the best of both worlds. In Slovenia, the picturesque Lake Bled stands out with its iconic medieval castle perched atop a cliff and a charming island adorned with a fairy-tale church. The pristine waters surrounded by the Julian Alps create a breathtaking backdrop. For a subterranean adventure, the Škocjan Caves boast a UNESCO World Heritage status, showcasing vast underground chambers and an awe-inspiring underground river canyon. Crossing over into Croatia, the historic city of Dubrovnik, often referred to as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” beckons with its well-preserved medieval walls, cobblestone streets, and stunning architecture. Croatia is well known in the culinary scene, so perhaps take a cooking class, forge for truffles or sample their local wine. Additionally, the coast of Croatia has 1200 islands (many of which are uninhabited), charter a boat and go island hopping, dropping anchor in secluded coves and find private beaches all to yourself.

curated by Sequel Travel Guides

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