Slovenia’s Charming Ljubljana & Lake Bled in Julian Alps

Slovenia’s Charming Ljubljana & Lake Bled in Julian Alps

Ljubljana is a totally charming small city—though it is capital of Slovenia and its largest city at under 300,000 residents.  The whole country’s population is only 2 million but of the former Yugoslavia countries, it was the 1st to leave and is the most successful....
Croatia–from Zagreb & Rovinj to Dalmatian Coast

Croatia–from Zagreb & Rovinj to Dalmatian Coast

Highlights: Zagreb, Postojna Caves, Prejama Castle, Rovinj and hill towns of the Istrian Peninsula, Plitvice Lakes National Park, and Split (our 1st stop on Croatia’s famous Dalmatian Coast). In Zagreb (ZAH-greb), we met our friends with whom we traveled for the...
Croatia’s Crown Jewel on the Dalmatian Coast: Dubrovnik

Croatia’s Crown Jewel on the Dalmatian Coast: Dubrovnik

We sailed from Hvar to Dubrovnik on catamaran Ferry, the fastest and the most comfortable way to get to Dubrovnik.  We met our guide at Place Gates for our walking tour, then we learned some of the history and culture by visiting some important city sites: Old Town,...
Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro

Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro

Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. One day we were driven 10-hours to and from Dubrovnik to reach Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. This small historic town is primarily fascinating for its unfortunate and still-evolving history. Mostar, spanning the deep valley of the Neretva...