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Ljubljana may be one of the smallest European capitals, but it’s also definitely one of the most beautiful ones!
With a history starting back on 2,000 BC (the oldest wooden wheel of the world was found in the nearby prehistoric site) and known as Emona during the Roman era, the city has been pillaged by Huns, Ostrogoths and Lombards until the Slovene settlement of the 6th century AD.

Being often overlooked by visitors for the sake of coastal places like Dubrovnik, Zagreb is the Croatian capital city and the largest city in the country. It is located at the slopes of Medvednica mountain, along the Sava river. 

Travelling is not only about historical monuments, museums and long walks on the beach -  a true travel afficionado will search for experiences that will make him feel the local vibes!

The best way to know a country is, hands down, the food - especially, street food! 

Belgrade is the capital and largest Serbian city, built right on the confluence of Danube and Sava rivers. Being located at the heart of the Pannonian plain and the Balkan peninsula’s meeting points, the city has changed numerous rulers along the history, managing to maintain a unique identity.

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