Nacionalni park Plitvička jezera (The Plitvice Lakes National Park) in Croatia is considered to be one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe. Due to its beauty and significance, this system of 16 interlinked lakes and a large forest complex around it were set aside as a national park in 1949.
Karlovac is a city in the northwest Croatia, 45 km southwest of Zagreb with a population of approximately 60,000.
The Roman Empire was the greatest ancient empire of Europe. At the height of its power in 117 AD, it ruled over considerable parts of Europe, as well as much of North Africa and the Middle East.
Novo Mesto (Slovenian: Novo mesto) is in a city in Southeastern Slovenia.
The Town Krk is the administrative and political centre of the island of Krk in Croatia. Old town is inside the town walls built in Roman times and in the middle ages.
Malinska is a little picturesque town on the north-west side of the island of Krk in Croatia. Malinska abounds in vegetation, coves and beaches which are known by the crystally clear adriatic sea.
Njivice is a town in Croatia. It was once a small fishermen's village and is now a famous tourist centre today.
Krapinske Toplice is city the northwest Croatia, 45 km northhwest of Zagreb, well known as one of the most popular thermal spas in this part of Europe.
Rijeka (literally "River") is a city in Kvarner Bay, a northern inlet of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. It is the principal seaport of the country.
Samobor is 25km west of Zagreb, Croatia. The town has a population of 36,207, as of the 2001 census.
Celje is a city on the Savinja River in the Pohorje-Savinjska region of Slovenia.
The town of Grosupljelies in a small basin to the south-east of Ljubljana. As one travels from Ljubljana to Grosuplje, Ljubljana Marshes blend into the characteristic hilly landscape of the Dolenjska.
Opatija is a city in the Istrian Peninsula in western Croatia and is main tourist city on Liburnia riviera. It is situated a around 13 kilometres southwest of Rijeka, one of Croatia's largest cities.
Dugi Otok (Croatian for Long island) is the seventh largest island in the Adriatic Sea, part of Croatia. It is located off the Dalmatian coast, west of Zadar.
Biograd na Moru is a small, tourist city in Dalmatia, Croatia near Zadar.
Slovenia (Slovenian: Slovenija) is a country in Central Europe that lies in the eastern Alps at the northern end of the Adriatic Sea, with Austria to the north, Italy to the southwest, Hungary to the northeast and Croatia to the south. Despite its small size, Slovenia has a surprising variety of terrain, ranging from the beaches of the Mediterranean to the peaks of the Julian Alps, to the rolling hills of the south.
Ljubljana ("lyoo-blah-nah"), the capital of Slovenia, is a charming old city full of artists, museums, and galleries. In Roman times, it was called Colonia Iulia Aemona and was part of Province X "Venetia et Histria" of Italia proper.
Murter (Morter or Mortero in Italian) is an island in the Croatian part of the Adriatic sea, located in central Dalmatia. A small village on the north-western part of the island also bears the name.
Maribor is the second most important centre and the second largest city of Slovenia. It has about 114.
Postojna is a town in the Coast and Karst region of Slovenia, pronounced in Slovenian as 'Post-oy-nah'.
Krka National Park is one of the Croatian national parks, named after the river Krka that it encloses.
Dalmatia is the southern coastal region of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea.
Kranj (pronounced "Krah-n") is a city in Central Slovenia. It is the historical capital of Carniola.
Istria (Croatian: Istra) is the north-westernmost region of Croatia. In a triangular shape, it is bordered in the north by Slovenia, east by the Kvarner region of Croatia and on the south and west by the Adriatic Sea.
Banja Luka (also written Banjaluka or Бања Лука) is a picturesque city in the western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the administrative capital and the largest city of Republika Srpska, and the second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
thumb|300px|upright=1.3|Palazzo del Municipio at Piazza Unità, Trieste
(Italian: Capodistria) is Slovenia]'s only commercial port and one of its oldest towns with a very rich history.
Izola is an ancient mediterranean town with a lively history on the Slovenian coast. The old part of the town rests upon what once used to be an island - that's where it's name comes from.
Vrsar is a millennia-old little town in Istria. Vrsar used to be a fisherman's village, now more famous as a family tourist destination.
Piran (Italian: Pirano) is a city in the Coast and Karst region of Slovenia.