Category Archives: Life in Slovenia

A Third of Slovenia Will Have by 5G by End of Year

Telekom Slovenije has started setting up the country’s first commercial 5G networks using its existing base stations and within the existing 2600MHz frequency spectrum used in 4G. The company says that coverage will initially be provided in about 25% of the country but is expected to exceed 33% by the end of the year. Photo:

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Slovenians took sixth place in the world for proficiency in English language

The English have published the results of an interesting research, which can make us Slovenians quite proud. According to these results the level of proficiency in English as the first foreign language of Slovenian adult population places us on the sixth place in the world. Photo: Slovenians are among the best English speakers in the

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Five Slovenian Restaurants Receive One Michelin Star, Hiša Franko Receives Two Starts

The mission to discover the best culinary destinations around the world has finally brought Michelin restaurant critics to Slovenia. They were most impressed by the Hiša Franko Restaurant where culinary masterpieces are created under the leadership of the unrivalled Ana Roš. This restaurant is the first in the region to receive two culinary stars. Thus,

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More Than a Drink: The History and Culture of Drinking Coffee in Slovenia

Slovenia is a country of sweet teeth and coffee lovers. Without exaggeration, this fragrant drink can be called one of the national Slovenian brands. In any corner of Slovenia, you can always find cosy coffee houses where everyone can have a cup of coffee made with loving care and suited to every taste, even the

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Slovenia ranked 8th safest country in the world

The Global Peace Index for 2019, which ranks the safest countries in the world, has been released. In general, research shows that the world is less peaceful than a decade ago, but still more peaceful than this time last year. Photo: Slovenia is once again in the top 10 safest countries/ The report published by the

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Slovenia is among the 5 cleanest nations in the world

Slovenia is one of the cleanest countries in the world, according to Drew Binsky, a well-known global traveller and vloger who has travelled to almost every country on the planet. Photo: Tourists from All Over the World Are Carried Away by Green and Picturesque Slovenia/ Binsky visited Slovenia twice and he was really pleasantly surprised

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Slovenia Actively Opposes the Spread of Coronavirus Relying on the Successful Experience of China and South Korea

Given the successful experience of China in fighting against coronavirus infection, the Slovenian government imposed restrictions on movement in public places from midnight, 20 March 2020.To stop the coronavirus epidemic, the government banned the movement and assembly of people in public places. It also restricted access to public places. The fine for violators is about

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Residents and Guests of Ljubljana Are Invited to the International Carnival Celebration

On Saturday, 29 February 2020, from 10:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m., the Pogačar Square (Pogačarjev trg) in Ljubljana will host the international festival of Slavic culture – Carnival in Ljubljana – dedicated to the traditional Slavic folk festival, which dates back to pagan times and symbolises the farewell of winter. It is currently celebrated as

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Students Are Invited to Skiing with ELSA NG

On Thursday, 13 February 2020, mass skiing event will take place at the Cerkno Resort. A shuttle bus from the Dolgi Bridge station will be provided for participants on 13 February 2020 from 07:00 a.m. The event provides an entertaining animation programme. According to the organisers, students will be able to relax after a busy

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The 12th Beaver Festival of Culture and Arts Kicks off in Ljubljana

From 18 January to 8 February 2020, Ljubljana will host the 12th Beaver Festival of Culture and Arts. The festival will include theatre, dance and music events, film screenings, exhibition tours, workshops, and other events for children and youth that will cover Ljubljana, Sežana and Domžale. The festival programme is based on the relationship between

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