Here are the main facts about Slovenia:
Capital – Ljubljana
Official language – Slovene
Currency – Euro
But wait, there’s more where that came from.
The publishers of the award winning travel guide books bring you 256 pages of everything Slovenian. I’m talking about the new DK Eyewitness Guide hitting bookstores now. With this new guide book, the prestigious British publishing house of Dorling Kindersley keeps true to their promise to “show you what others only tell you.”
The guide has been compiled by acknowledged travel authors and Slovenia experts, Jonathan Bousfield and James Stewart, featuring illustrations, photographs, maps, 3D cutaways and floor plans.
Everything from the peaks of the Alps, Adriatic coastlines and Lake Bled to museums, castles in the capital, and Kope and Gelje are here for your exploration. And if you’re still hungry for information, all the must see cities, best hotels, restaurants, cafes and nightlife for all budgets and in each region are listed.
The DK Slovenia Guide satisfies every traveler. If you seek the calm and peace of strolling a romantic park or forest, it’s here, but if you want the adrenaline pumping experience of rafting, hiking, snowboarding or caving, it’s here too.