Hotel Balnea Superior

Zdraviliski trg 7, Dolenjske Toplice, SI-8350, Slovenia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Zdraviliski trg 7, Dolenjske Toplice.
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    Travel Blogs from Dolenjske Toplice

    Day 10 Lake Bled

    A travel blog entry by nurse.sarah on Sep 05, 2013

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    Today we headed to one of the reasons I chose this trip over the many that travel to this part of Europe - Lake Bled. This meant leaving Croatia behind us, and heading on a train through gorgeous Alpine scenery to Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital. Normally this tour stays in Ljubljana for 2 nights, and only has an afternoon in Bled. However, the hotel had given our ...

    A day in the city

    A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 10, 2013

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    This morning we made our way to the capital city, Ljubljana, which I still can't pronounce! We parked up near the city and decided to walk in today. It was a nice city with a river and 'castle' on the hill. We wandered around the market then headed up the cable car to the castle. It was a strange place, that they had renovated so that you couldn't tell what was original and what was new. There were a ...

    Hello Ljubljana

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bushe.5 on Jun 10, 2012

    ... were replaced by one of the nicest and cleanest towns I've been in. There seems to be a lost generation in this town, the buildings go from pieces of art, to absolute grey uniformity, and back out to buildings which have been purposely been built colourful to counteract the soviet gutting. It is is easy to see why these people and all other countries in ...

    A Day of Castles and a Monastery

    A travel blog entry by linzstoker on May 01, 2012

    64 photos

    ... all of which looked at least 300 years old and exuded a quaint German chalet-style charm. The views were never dull, offering an array of mountains, streams, alpine forests, and the more-than-occasional clifftop castle. (We encountered 3 or 4 in our first day and none of them planned.)

    To start, we began driving east toward Croatia. The main objective was to visit a monastery of Carthusian monks called Pleterje near the border. ...

    Skocjan Caves

    A travel blog entry by thepedro on Apr 25, 2011

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    ... and lakes.
    *Great coffee culture again - I've moved on to Machıatos

    Highlight - has to be 2 - Trek to Mt Prsivec and a town called LOG

    Best Beer - Sokol (pubs name) home brew, it was a larger.
    Best Meal - Game Plate (Deer, Stag and Wild Boar) - carnıvore heaven
    Strangest Meal - Horse Burger from Hot Horse!! Should've called the place dead horse

    Hope ya'll doın well

    Till next time

    Pedro :)