News for Travellers
Slovenia new cycling app: Savinjska2go|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Friday, March 18, 2022 (17:41:01) (1371 reads)
Savinjska2Go is a cycling guide covering municipal areas of Solčava, Luče, Ljubno, Gornji Grad, Rečica ob Savinji, Nazarje, Mozirje, Šmartno ob Paki, Velenje, Šoštanj. It provides information on 54 cycling paths and more than 200 different points of interest.
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Bremen Event Highlights 2022|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Monday, February 14, 2022 (01:57:40) (1184 reads)
To celebrate the start of the new year, we're delighted to give you an overview of lots of the major events that will be held in Bremen in 2022. We hope you will be inspired by new exhibitions, festivals and the maritime flair of the Hanseatic city!
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Radovljica And Solčava Among The Best Tourism Villages|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Friday, December 03, 2021 (02:41:26) (1925 reads)
The Best Tourism Villages by UNWTO initiative was organized for the first time this year and its main goal is to accelerate rural development in order to stop emigration, reduce social disparities, promote community involvement and develop tourist experiences, especially those with added value. Among the winners are also Radovljica and Solčava.
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4 Slovenia Unique new Experiences|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Sunday, October 31, 2021 (22:41:14) (2201 reads)
4 new experiences have been added to the Slovenia Unique Experiences collection: "Yummy Market Walk" at the Ljubljana market, "Fish&Fly Trio" – fly fishing on three rivers, "Meet Meat & Eat" at Kodila in Markišavci, and "Sound of holidays" in Bodešče. There are already 21 experiences in the collection.
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Bremen, The coffee city|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Friday, October 01, 2021 (19:50:07) (1800 reads)
First of October is Coffee Day. Where better to spend the Coffee Day than in Bremen? The brown bean, which is celebrated internationally on first of October, has a long history in the Hanseatic city. To this day, the beans of every second cup of coffee in Germany are traded through Bremen. Regardless whether Johann Jacobs or Ludwig Roselius, coffee has always been at home in Bremen. Take a look at our amazing cafés for a cozy autumn day.
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