Individual or family travel differs from traveling with friends, and even travel with friends varies whether the group is large or small. What do you think about getting to know a distinguished trip today that brings you together with friends and takes you to two of the most beautiful European countries: Croatia and Slovenia? And with the difference in the nature of the two countries, the pleasure is guaranteed in each of them to ensure a trip that you will not forget. What do you think about getting to know us today to the most beautiful tourist stations in these two countries?
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The walls of Dubrovnik
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik is nicknamed by the jewel of the Balkans, thanks to its wonderful stone streets, stunning monuments, and many of its details, which take us back to a world of legends. As for its most prominent features, it is the city walls that you can tour around to see the city from a wonderful place and take pictures of the sea and houses, and during the tour you will revolve around Dubrovnik in full … It is a tour that is definitely worth taking. It is also necessary to wander around the city streets and perhaps go to the beach if the weather is appropriate. Throughout Dubrovnik there is a part to discover.
Split is a wonderful city and a major focal point for discovering all parts of Croatia, enjoying history and beauty with a large number of activities that you can do with friends. Among the most important monuments in Split are Diocletian’s Palace, St. Dominos Cathedral, Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, Marjan Forest Park, Croatian Archeology Museum and many more … And near Split you can visit the ancient city of Salona, and many beautiful beaches in Zlatni Rat, the Baklini Islands, the city of Solta, and the city of Milna, all of which Easily accessible.
Plitvice Lakes or Pleviزه Park is a Croatian nature reserve located 140 km south of the Croatian capital Zagreb on the Zadar Road. It extends over an area of 30 thousand hectares and visits the lake approximately one million visitors annually. Plitvice Lakes were inscribed on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List in 1979 and the reserve is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From Croatia to the Slovenian capital
From Croatia, he moved to Slovenia, starting from its capital, Ljubljana, which is considered one of the most beautiful tourist areas in the country, especially as it embraces many well-known tourist attractions, although most of them are concentrated in the heart of the old city, especially its historical features. Several activities can be practiced in the Slovenian capital, such as walking and cycling near the river that runs through the capital, and a tour of the boat and shopping in the beautiful markets before enjoying delicious food in one of the restaurants overlooking the river. Among the most beautiful sites that can be visited in the Slovenian capital are the historic Ljubljana fortress and the Tivoli Gardens, which includes alongside various green spaces such as museums and galleries, as well as a visit to the Ljubljana Zoo and many other attractions.
The last stop .. Blade
End this trip in an exceptional way by moving to Bled, a small city located in northwestern Slovenia specifically in the Alps and considered one of the most beautiful! This exceptional location on the shores of the charming Lake Bled turned it into an important tourist destination, especially for those who love quiet natural places.
The walls of Dubrovnik
A tour of Ljubljana
City of Bled
Enchanting scenery in Plitvice Lakes
Enchanting scenery in Bled
View of Dubrovnik
From the city of Bled