Ljubljana, Slovenia. One of Europe’s smallest capitals, Ljubljana is not the sort of place where a guy feels compelled to fit the castle, the bus tour, the riverboat and the dodgy-seeming bar that the hotel guy said was a good restaurant into one day. Which is good. Those things are tiring, and they quickly become a blur. In Ljubljana, tourism is simple: just walk around. Seriously: Just. Walk. Around. And mention Slavoj Zizek when you come home and talk about it.
Five European Spring Break Adventures with a Difference
Tara River (Montenegro). 'It’s hard to get a decent view of the beautiful Tara Canyon – its tree-lined walls, up to 1300m high, tend to get in the way. The effect is most impressive from the water, which goes some way to explaining why rafting is such a popular activity. You’ll hit a few rapids but outside of April and May it’s a relatively gentle experience, gliding over crystalline waters through a landscape untouched by human hands.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/montenegro