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A luxury travel blog focusing on unforgettable adventures, local cuisine and culture. You’ll find below itineraries and travel guides for domestic and international destinations we’ve visited. As we are a NYC based travel blog, we also regularly document local coffee shops, brunch spots and restaurants that travelers visiting Manhattan might enjoy.

Slovenia’s Postojna Cave

While in Slovenia, I took a detour to visit the Postojna Cave, a long underground karst cave system near the town of Postojna. The caves were formed by the Pivka River and feature different “rooms” of sorts with various rock formations. In one, the room looks like the ceiling has millions of splinters while another […]

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Bled Island, Slovenia

Slovenia’s Fairy Tale Isle Lake Bled has a small, tear shaped island reachable only by man-powered rowboats, or pletna. The journey to Bled Island is great not only to experience the leisurely lake ride but also to visit the Church of the Assumption! The current baroque church dates from 1698 and features frescoes of life […]

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Ljubljana, Slovenia

Slovenia is a hidden gem in the Balkan region. The city is a close bus ride away from where I stayed at Lake Bled and makes for a relaxed day trip (or vice versa). Slovenia’s capital city is actually small enough to be explored entirely on foot in a couple hours. The University of Ljubljana is […]

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Bled Castle, Slovenia

My first stop in Slovenia was to the picturesque town of Bled. The town is incredibly beautiful and great for nature lovers, as its situated on the eastern side of Lake Bled and the main access point for Triglav National Park. I stayed at Hotel Jelovica Bled and was fortunate to get a great double […]

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Plitvice Lakes

I love nature and am a big fan of hiking, so I was delighted when I had the opportunity to hike the Plitvice Lakes in Croatia’s Nacionalni park Plitvicka jezera. The park is the oldest in Southeast Europe, one of the first natural sites designated a UNESCO world heritage site and just chock full of […]

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