Turska Macka

Gledaljska Ulica 7, Celje, Slovenia | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Celje

Maribor and Sveti Tomaž

A travel blog entry by jeffreywatts


... life. We biked past horses, cows, goats, sheep, turkeys, chickens and local women in their house-dresses working in their fields; often exchanging smiles which was really nice. It was as if we went back in time. After lunch we hit the pools and relaxed up a storm. At dinner we met a really nice British couple who were visiting a property they own in the area. I learned that years ago many British people bought into the Slovenian real estate market hoping for returns ...

Tito's Place

A travel blog entry by janlill


... And racks of corn hung up to dry Windy roads the bus could hardly get around without knocking over cars coming the other way And forests of green Up and down And down and up And round many corners Ducky was not happy when we had roast duck for supper:( On the way back everyone started singing And one of the people chirped that it sounded like the Vienna Boys parents ...


A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas


... Centre and also got Sarah in a Cable Car up the mountain, she took a bit of time to get on it but did so although she didn't take in many of the views up or down....

There aren't many outstanding features around the town but as said before the views make up for this, maybe we didn't find everything, its a lovely place and would recommend a visit..

See the pictures....

Next stop Austria...Maybe a return to Slovenia later...


22 miles for pizza and chips

A travel blog entry by bakker-bilton


... made, ‘lets do this’ this is what being in the Slovenian mountains is all about after all. I’m not sure when, but at some stage it became quite apparent that for me and Simone this was not what it was all about and we didn’t care how beautiful the sites were at the end of this walk. In fact we cared so little for the sites by the end of the walk we sat down ordered a pizza and chips, followed by two chocolate bars for dessert and ...

Feels like the First American in Slovenia

A travel blog entry by samspurlock


... countries. If you look directly across the ocean, you can see Trieste, Italy!

This is a great place to shop and explore the coast for a day. Take a short boat trip around the Adriatic Sea. Dip your feet into the freezing water, and listen to the interactions of locals.

Interesting fact: In Slovenia, Slovenian is their primary language. Since Yugoslavia recently separated, there are still many interactions between the countries. In order ...


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