From Slovenia to Greece

Slovenia has recently emerged as a surprise wedding destination for international visitors. Jani Peljhan, a local and owner of the Wajdusna travel company, also notes that the country has seen strong economic development, which, because the country is so young—it’s been independent for 25 years—is all the more exciting.

Peljhan recalls it as drastically different walking through the country’s capital Ljubljana as recently as 2004 compared with today’s vibrant and energetic city. And yes, maybe the renewed attention has something to do with Melania.

Over the past half-decade, travel and wanderlust have morphed into a desire for Slovenian destination weddings. Explore the country and you’ll experience different geographic worlds interacting with one another.

Slovenia – Land of Castles

A bevy of options both new and old abound when it comes to lodging in Philly. Lokal Hotel, an up-and-coming design-driven spot located in the heart of historic Old City, offers only six suites. Each room is highly curated to the Philadelphian experience with locally sourced artisan goods!

With the largest collection of Rodin sculptures outside of Paris and one of the most lauded orchestras in the country—not to mention the “best pizza in America” —Philly is an underappreciated cultural hot spot.

Greece – Paradise on Earth

You can’t tackle all that Philly has to offer in 48 hours; there’s just too much to do. On the museum front, the recently relocated Barnes Foundation boasts one of the most impressive collections of Impressionist.

Post-Impressionist, and early modern paintings in the world. Including significant works by Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, and Rousseau, the Center City campus, built in 2012, is a must-see.


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