Slovenia is a state in southern Central Europe,  it’s neighboring state’s are Italy to the west, Austria to the north, Hungary to the northeast, Croatia to the south and southeast, and the Adriatic Sea to the southwest.

This small green country covers 20,273 square kilometers.
For centuries has been a migrant transiting flow point, it’s no coincidence that you can find an Italian community in the Istrian area, and an Hungarian community in the east, in addition to members original from border countries.

However , Slovenes, were able to preserve their amazing artistic and cultural heritage, that makes of this country a once in a life time destinacion.

Ljubljana, the capital and largest city of Slovenia, owns one of the most fascinating and romantic old town centers in Europe, it’s, in fact, extended on the shores of the river Ljubljanica, where modern buildings recently renovated merge with picturesque glimpse of the old city.
Slovenian cuisine is very good, the combination of farmhouses, shores, and proximity to Italy and Austria ensures that everything from calamari to pizza , or steak to prsut (Slovenian prosciutto from the highlands) is the best you can find.

The official language is Slovene, pretty complicated but it could be fun to give it a try.