The brand-new Rough Guide to Slovenia is the definitive handbook to one of Europe''s smallest, yet most beguiling nations. The northernmost republic of the former Yugoslavia, straddles central Europe and the Balkans, and is said to be the greenest country on the continent. There''s a wealth of things to see and do. The guide covers the country in all the detail it deserves, with as much attention to the capital Ljubljana''s youthful culture and Baroque and Hapsburg architecture as to the stunning cave network at Postojna, the wilds of the Julian Alps and the charms of the Istrian coastline. There are maps and plans throughout and a full-colour introductory section listing the author''s favourite ''things not to miss''. The contexts section includes informed background on Slovenian history, folklore, music and wildlife.All Slovenian land line numbers are seven-digit, and are preceded by two-digit regional codes - of which there are six ... ATaamp;T (dial Ar0800/890 01 1 , then 888/ 641-6123 when you hear the ATaamp;T prompt to be transferred to the Florida Call ... Call your companya#39;s customer service line to find out if they provide service from Slovenia, and if so, what the toll-free ... The mobile phone is as ubiquitous in Slovenia as it is any other European country, and youa#39;ll find few Slovenes without one.
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to Slovenia|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2004|