Question: Is it expensive to visit Slovenia?

Slovenia is quite cheap compared to the nearby Switzerland, Austria, and Italy, but its more expensive than most countries in Eastern Europe. In particular, the capital city of Ljubljana can cost dramatically more than the surrounding countryside and small towns.

How much is food and drink in Slovenia?

Prices in restaurants in Slovenia.Meal in a cheap restaurant8.00 EUR (5.90-15)McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)6.00 EUR (5.00-7.00)Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)2.50 EUR (2.00-3.50)Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)3.00 EUR (2.20-4.00)Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle)2.00 EUR (1.70-2.60)5 more rows

How many days do you need in Slovenia?

If youre really crunched for time, its possible to fit the two most famous spots, Ljubljana and Lake Bled, into one weekend break. However, we recommend at least 4 days in Slovenia for a well-rounded trip that includes Slovenian classics like Triglav National Park and Predjama Castle.

What does rakia taste like?

What does rakia taste like? Rakia tastes similar to Italian grappa or Japanese sake. It is usually transparent or light yellow. Sometimes the taste of the fruit from which it was made prevails (for example, pear rakia, quince rakia, or apricot rakia all have a distinctive fruity scent).

What does Nostrovia mean in Croatian?

In the Russian language, На здоровье (“nostrovia”) DOESNT mean cheers. This phrase means “you are welcome” and is used as a reply to the word Спасибо (Thank you). Its true to say that Polish “na zdrowie”, Slovak “na zdravie”, Serbo-Croatian “nazdraviti” sound similar and do mean “cheers”.

Is Lake Bled worth visiting?

Lake Bled is Slovenias most popular tourist attraction and although its getting more and more famous, its still relatively unknown comparing to other European landmarks. And, in contrast to other places flooded by masses of visitors, the beautiful Bled is not overrated at all.

Do they speak English in Ljubljana?

The official and national language of Slovenia is Slovene, which is spoken by a large majority of the population. It is also known, in English, as Slovenian .Languages of SloveniaImmigrantCroatian, Serbian, RomaniForeignCroatian, Serbian, English, German, ItalianSignedSlovenian Sign Language4 more rows

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