We visited Slovenia in May 2022 with our 10 month old daughter, and had the most amazing holiday. We first travelled into the capital for a few days, before heading out to Lake Bled for the rest of our trip. Overall the trip was reasonably priced (Ljubljana being the cheaper of the two places) and the weather was perfect for both the city break and for relaxing by the lake.

Slovenia does have tourist tax to take into account, at around 3 per person per night – with a reduced rate for children and infants. It doesn’t break the bank, but it’s definitely worth bearing in mind if you’re holiday-ing on a budget!

Ljubljana was such a relaxed and friendly city – it wasn’t hugely busy or touristy when we went (although we didn’t go in any kind of ‘peak’ season) and there were loads of places to walk around and make the most of being outside. It was probably one of my favourite capital cities so far…

Bled was incredibly beautiful and was completely set up for outdoor life. The walk around the lake, outdoor seating areas and water activities made it the perfect spot for those warm Spring/Summer months!

We would definitely say that Slovenia was up there with Montenegro as a favourite country! We’d love to go back and visit (we even considered returning to get married one day) so watch this space…

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