Slovenia is quite cheap compared to the nearby Switzerland, Austria, and Italy, but its more expensive than most countries in Eastern Europe. In particular, the capital city of Ljubljana can cost dramatically more than the surrounding countryside and small towns.
How much is a beer in Slovenia?
COUNTRYAverage Pint Price ( in Euro)Average Pint Price ( in Pound)Slovenia€1.99£1.69Austria€3.2£2.71Scotland€3.13£2.70N.Ireland€3.48£3.0032 more rows
Is Slovenia good for tourists?
Slovenia is completely safe to visit, and some even say its the safest country in Eastern Europe. Crime rates are generally low and your biggest concern will be petty theft or bag snatching on the streets. Violent crime is generally very low and decreasing yet.
How many days should you spend in Slovenia?
If youre really crunched for time, its possible to fit the two most famous spots, Ljubljana and Lake Bled, into one weekend break. However, we recommend at least 4 days in Slovenia for a well-rounded trip that includes Slovenian classics like Triglav National Park and Predjama Castle.
What is a typical Croatian meal?
Well-known local Croatian traditional foods you should try on your adventures include Mljet lobster, Ston oysters, Kvarner scampi, Istrian truffles, veal and pork from Slavonia, turkey from Zagorje and Istria, Pag cheese and the Lika cheese škripavac, delicious Palacinke pancakes, extra virgin olive oil, and pumpkin
What is the best time to visit Slovenia?
June through August is by far the most popular season to visit Slovenia, though its still relatively uncrowded compared to other Mediterranean locales. Ljubljana comes alive during the summer months, when locals flock to outdoor cafes and have picnics in the parks or by the Ljubljanica River.