The stunning view from Bled Castle

I felt the moral obligation to make a post only for the stunning view that you have from the Bled Castle.

It was really impressive and far beyond my expectations.

I have loved this place in a way that words cannot describe!

Slovenia is a fairy country ๐Ÿ˜

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  1. We loved the Bled Castle and even purchased some wine from an obliging monk there. I found the whole area to be one of the cleanest places in Europe, full of great people, great food and of course great fishing.

  2. Blejski Grad is my highlight of visiting a town that has in effect sold its soul to mass tourism. The view from the castle terrace, over a coffee or something cold, is outstanding and from where the town below is best viewed. Regards.

    1. Thank you Charlie. Yes, unfortunately they have been colonized by tourists but I am afraid that is place, as others in the world has been subject to fashion! I am on the other side of the world now and I see people who do not show any interest at all in the wonderful location we are in. Hopefully they took very expensive flights to get up to here, that it is not exactly the center of the world. Just the time to take some idiot selfies and go, sleep or playing with their mobiles. I hardly doubt that they did any researches before coming here, maybe the only thought it was a likable location for Instagram and that’s it! Bled might be suffering the same epidemy but hopefully one day it will be over! ๐Ÿ’ช

      1. Yes, Bled definitely falls into the category of what you are describing. Where I have recently been in Austria some tourists have been criticised for taking selfies with cows!! It’s now the way of the world, isn’t it. I hope you have a great time.

          1. Thank you very much Charlie. Let’s say that there are countries for which is very easy to fall in love and other that are more disappointing. I would love to see the whole world, not to say that I have been here and there but because I am truly curious and eager to learn something more about other cultures. When I am traveling I run away from myself but at the same time I find myself. Everything depends on the point of view, I personally find it regenerating, entertaining, interesting, exciting… I can find so many reason to travel and no one to retain me from doing it๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜ˆ I love your country as well and I haven’t finished discovering it yet. Who knows, maybe soon I will add some more posts from your lovely country as well โ˜บ๏ธ

          2. I look forward to them. So much of the world seems to be a ‘to do’ list for the Instagram generation than a chance to immerse in a different language, culture, cuisine and so on. I repeatedly go to the same countries because I am comfortable there and interact with the mountains by trekking them, rather than just having somewhere new to ‘check in’ from on Facebook. I appreciate that travelling means different things to different people but you have the right attitude, which I think is great.

          3. Thank you Charlie. You won’t fine not even one single picture of me on my Instagram account. Only places and things that gave me some kind of emotion. I know my self, I don’t need to remember my face! ๐Ÿ˜‚ But I love to indulge in places that I already know and love. I do the same with the very South of Italy. What you say reminds me the difference between tourists and travelers ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. I agree. Whilst much of England is being damaged by over-development there are still places in its north that I return to and remain special. As you know from my previous comments that Bohinj is perhaps my favourite place, but getting the timing right for a quiet(er) visit is getting more and more difficult. Perhaps I should instead remember it as it was than return and be dismayed by how it is changing.
    I’ve enjoyed talking to you; hope to do so again soon.

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