News from Slovenia
SLOVENIA – THE ONLY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WITH LOVE IN ITS NAME|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 (22:20:25) (2736 reads)
Slovenia, one of the greenest countries in the World, located at the heart of Europe, has recognised the great potential of its partnership with the Dallas Mavericks basketball club, starring world-class athlete Luka Dončić, for greater visibility of Slovenia and the I feel Slovenia national brand, including opportunities across business, investment and tourism.
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Slovenia and the magic of autumn|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 (11:32:08) (3576 reads)
In August, the Telegraph published the list of the 10 world’s best autumn escapes and we were thrilled to hear that the Julian Alps were among them. But the aim of this newsletter is to tell you that there are many other destinations in Slovenia which are more than worth visiting. Golden shades of leaves create this magical, calming feeling, which turns diverse landscapes into magical, almost fairy-tale like places.
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Summer mode is ON in Slovenia!|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Thursday, August 23, 2018 (00:54:21) (3534 reads)
It seems that summer has reached its peak. Not only in terms of temperatures, but also in terms of the atmosphere. Numerous festivals are taking place now and cheerful gatherings with friends make summer nights so special and worthwhile. If you're in a cultural mood, head to Kamnik, the venue of KamFest, an 8-day open-air festival, which starts today. If you're more into nature and in search of some hidden spots, we also reveal the location of the recently opened biological swimming pool.
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Slovenia: The Christmas Fairytale at Postojna Cave|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Thursday, December 14, 2017 (16:07:27) (4287 reads)
Slovenia holds a long tradition of nativity scenes, which are one of the most popular symbols of Christmas celebration in Slovenia. Thus, numerous nativity scenes are on display all around the country. One of Slovenia’s biggest festive events is held at Postojna Cave, featuring Live Nativity Scenes and a Christmas market
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Winter Adventures in Slovenia|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Monday, November 07, 2016 (21:45:01) (2785 reads)
Green, active, and healthy Slovenia prepares for a winter full of experiences. Lovers of snow-covered slopes will be able to enjoy skiing on natural snow. Slovenia boasts with more than 300 kilometres of maintained ski slopes suitable for beginners and advanced skiers alike. You can also enjoy some snow fun in the Eskimo Village, escape from an igloo, or slide down a slope on a sleigh. Winter offers a plethora of experiences in Slovenia...
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Soča Valley: the largest Hiking Festival in Slovenia (September and October)|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Saturday, September 24, 2016 (00:49:55) (3483 reads)
In September and October, the most beautiful months for hiking, a Hiking Festival is organised annually in the Soča Valley. This is a time when many Slovenians and an increasing number of foreign visitors spend time together on organised hikes and hiking weekends along one of the most beautiful Alpine rivers in the world. A trail through paradise, which is full of pleasures and beautiful views, also runs through western Slovenia. This is the Alpe-Adria Trail, which connects Austria, Slovenia, and Italy, three different cultures and landscapes. On the Slovenian section of the trail and at the Festival, you will see some of the most beautiful corners of the Alps, the emerald River Soča that gave its name to this unique landscape, and you will taste dishes with a rich tradition.
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Slovenian Turistic Towns|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 (01:53:07) (3673 reads)
Slovenian towns grow from stories of love which have in the course of hundreds or even thousands of years adapted to the lively rhythms of modern life. Come to Ljubljana, the European Green Capital of 2016! Have a cup of coffee in the city centre, which is closed to motorized traffic, visit the renovated National Gallery, and dance the day away at one of the many street festival.After you have chosen your favourite bridge across the Ljubljanica, you can set off towards the beautiful coastal town of Piran.Or are you more interested in castle stories? Then go and explore medieval Ptuj, Slovenia’s oldest town. Choose your favourite town and make the most colourful memories of this summer.
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