Slovenia in southern Central Europe sits between Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia. For centuries it belonged to the Hapsburg Empire and from 1918 on to Yugoslavia. The country became independent in the summer of 1991, and in 2004 it became an EU member; its capital city is Ljubljana. There are many reasons to visit this town, and one of it is that it has won the European Green Capital Award.
Sleep like an angel in the old town of Ljubljana