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Slovenia

Slovenia, the small Republic bordering Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary, is one of Europe’s most under-rated travel destinations. Uniquely placed where four different geographical regions meet – the Alps, the Dinaric area, the Pannonian plain and the Mediterranean – Slovenia is a vibrant, young country with spectacular nature, a long history, rich culture, and some of the most enchanting cities in Europe. TMO Travel has put together a number of useful articles and city guides to help you plan a trip to Slovenia.

Cover photo – Bohinj lake, (source www.slovenia.info Aleš Zdešar / Turizem Bohinj)

  • Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is one of Europe's coolest capital cities, famed for its castle, beautiful bridges, vibran
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    Califone Stitches

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  • Dundalk as a weekend break destination

    Dundalk has a huge amount to offer as a weekend break destination in Ireland. It’s perhaps not as trendy as locations like Galway, West Cork, or Kilkenny, or the major cities of Dublin or Belfas
  • Carlingford Lough

    Carlingford Lough is a glacial fjord which forms part of the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (United Kingdom), with county Down on its northern shore and County Louth on it
  • The Louth County Musuem

    Dundalk’s Louth County Museum, in Jocelyn Street is well worth a visit during your trip to Dundalk. The Museum, housed in a restored late 18th century warehouse in the Carroll Centre at Roden Pl
  • Dundalk’s Greyhound Racing Stadium

    Greyhound racing has an important history in Ireland, as one of its most loved sports; greyhound racing has its own semi-state body, the Irish Greyhound Board, and there are tracks throughout the coun
  • St Patrick’s Church, Dundalk

    Dundalk isn’t necessarily famed for its architecture, but St. Patrick’s church in Roden place is a stunning exception. The church, which many mistakenly term a cathedral, was built between
  • Trieste’s Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia

    If you’re just going to see one place in Trieste, it’s got to be the amazing Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia (formerly know as both Piazza San Pietro and Piazza Grande (as well as
  • Trieste's Klein Berlin

    Trieste’s Kleine Berlin

    Trieste's Kleine Berlin is a series of air raid shelters built during the Italian City's occupation by the Nazis in 1943.
  • Castello Miramare – Trieste

    Castle Miramare, built overlooking the Gulf of Trieste, is one of the main tourist attractions in Trieste, allowing visitors to take a glimpse back into how the 19th Century European Aristocracy lived

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