Absolutely, this country is so much more than just a tiny coastal area with the capital. Nature here is outstanding, and the traveling from one part to the other is easy due to a small size of the country. The big downvote is a bad tourist infrastructure and tourist offers, so I recommend you to plan ahead. It’s hard to find some good boutique hotels. However, a few big Hotel chains are more common. Those big companies mostly stay in 1980 and even a feeling there can relate to that era. But don’t worry, there are some nice family run hotels and most of them offer some delicious local food. Boutique hotels are in an uprising everywhere, which is also a great news.
Talking about food, Slovenia is a foodie destination for sure. If you want to eat top class, you don’t need to tear apart your wallet. Prices are reasonable, and the offer is diverse. The kitchen went through some rough times. Today, however, it’s stable and the future is bright. I say hard times because the Slovenian nation used to submerge to other nations, ideas or their impacts. Only a decade ago, there was plenty of French kitchens with the fusion of Italian cuisine and some avantgarde guidelines. Lately, however, a few of individuals took things into their hands and brought back good traditional Slovenian cuisine with a modern touch. Surely, we didn’t visit them all, and we still have some unseen places in this beautiful country that we want to stop at.