Slovenia has everything that you could ever expect from a trip to Europe. It has an interesting culture, unbelievable landscapes, extraordinary quirkiness, amazing nature, and even beaches. It’s been a while since I last visited Slovenia, but I still keep telling people why they should visit. Are you considering visiting Slovenia soon? Check out our articles for some helpful Slovenia travel tips and learn everything you need to know!
Basic Information About Slovenia
Slovenia is home to 2 million people. Around 82% of the total population consists of ethnic Slovenes. The main minority ethnic groups are Serbs, Hungarians, Croats and others.
The official language is Slovenian.
Slovenia’s official currency is the Euro.
With a territory of 385,207 square kilometres, Norway is the 6th largest country in Europe. Norway comprises the western and northernmost part of Scandinavia in Northern Europe. It shares its borders with Sweden, Finland and Russia.
The southern and western parts of Norway, has a marine climate while the northern and the large part of Central Norway has a Subarctic climate.
Economy & Budget
Norway is a highly developed country with a mixed economy. The average monthly income is NOK 33,400 per month (3000 Euros), making Norway an expensive country for traveling. Backpackers can survive with around $70 per day, while mid-range travelers spend between $100 and $120 per day on average.
Oslo is the capital city of Norway with total population of 673,469.
Books to read before traveling to Slovenia
More Slovenia Travel Tips
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- Visiting Slovenia: the land of the Sunny Side of the Alps
- 10 off-the-beaten-track places in the Balkan that most travelers aren’t aware exist
- Hidden gems in Europe- 10 underrated towns in Europe that look like they came out of a fairy tale
- Why should you consider backpacking Europe in the winter?