Category Archives: Life in Slovenia

SNG Ljubljana Drama Theatre to Be Overhauled in Ljubljana

The SNG Ljubljana Drama Theatre will be overhauled. A corresponding agreement on the preparation of project documentation has been signed between the management of the theatre and the Bevk Perović Architect Agency. As a result of the open, anonymous, two-stage state tender for architectural projects, this agency presented the best solution. They plan to develop

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Residents and Guests of Ljubljana Are Invited to Taste the Scientific Ice-cream

This summer, the team of the House of Experiments (in Slovene: Hiša eksperimentov) is again conducting the “Ice-cream Science” action at the Butchers’ Bridge (in Slovene: Mesarski most) in Ljubljana. During the action, its participants, both adults and children, will be able to taste the ice-cream prepared by using scientific procedures. The favourite delicacy of

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Slovenia and Croatia Implement a Joint Project in Healthcare, Tourism and Education

Within the framework of the INTERREG V-A Slovenija – Hrvaška cross-border cooperation program, Slovenia and Croatia are implementing the +Health project worth almost 870 thousand euros. It brings together 8 Slovenian and Croatian partners in healthcare, tourism and education. From the Croatian side, the partners include the Medical Tourism Cluster of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County

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DESI Reports: Slovenia Is One of the EU Leaders in Using E-health Services

Slovenia has shown good results in accessing open data and e-health services ranking 6th in the EU. The European Commission has been monitoring the digital competitiveness of member states with DESI reports since 2015. As noted, about 27% of Slovenes use health services online, while the EU average is 18%. Also, 98% of Slovenian doctors

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A 40-metre Observation Tower Starts Its Work in the Podčetrtek Municipality

On Saturday, 6 July 2019, a 40-metre observation tower was officially opened at the top of the Silavec Hill in the municipality of Podčetrtek. The tower of triangular shape located at the settlement of Rudnica stands at an altitude of 630 metres above sea level. According to the Mayor of Podčetrtek Peter Misja, on a

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The 55th Beer and Flowers Festival Starts in Laško

On 12-14 July 2019, the traditional 55th Festival of Beer and Flowers will be held in Laško. The organisers are expecting tens of thousands of visitors. The Festival is organized by STIK Laško. The general sponsor is Pivovarna Laško Union. The festival programme is intended for people of all ages. For three days in a

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A Bike Bus to Run Between Slovenia and Austria in July – August

In July and August 2019, the Štrekna bus, a bike bus that will improve transport links between the two countries, will go from Velenje to the Austrian city of Lavamünd (Carinthia region). The new bus route is launched as the result of the successful implementation of the international Trans-borders project. The Štrekna bus will connect

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The Quality of Coastal Waters at All Official Beaches in Slovenia Meets the Established Standards

For many years, Slovenia can be proud of the high quality of coastal waters. The first results of the coastal water quality tests taken at all official beaches confirm that the local water is very clean and complies with the recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health. There are 21 beaches on the Adriatic

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Slovenian Restaurant Hiša Franko Again Improves its Position in the Ranking of the World’s Best Restaurants

On Tuesday, 25 June 2019, a ceremony to announce the world’s 50 Best Restaurants was held in Singapore. The world’s best restaurant is Mirazur (Menton, France). The Slovenian restaurant Hiša Franko (Staro Selo, Kobarid municipality, Primorska region) took the record high 38th place having risen immediately by 10 positions as compared to . It should

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The Renovation of the Oldest City Bridge Starts in Novo Mesto

On Wednesday, 26 June 2019, the repair works on the city’s oldest Kandija Bridge (Slovene: Kandijski most) started in Novo Mesto. The 75-metre long bridge over the Krka River was built in 1898. In 1992, it was declared a cultural monument of local importance. According to the municipality, the repair of the Kandija Bridge will

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