Category Archives: Life in Slovenia

The Oldest Carthusian Monastery of Central Europe to Be Renovated

The Ministry of Culture and local authorities allocated 148 thousand euros to carry out repair and restoration works in the Žička Carthusian Monastery – the oldest Carthusian monastery in Central Europe located in the vicinity of Slovenske Konjice, Styria region. The Žička Carthusian Monastery has the status of a cultural monument of national importance. In

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A Student from the College of Vocational Education in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry in Maribor Enters the Top Three Best Young Chefs in Europe

A 21-year-old student from the College of Vocational Education in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry in Maribor, Jure Dretnik, took second place in the competition for the title of the Best European Young Chef (European Young Chef Award, EYCA) presenting the traditional Carinthian dish Mal’ca Koroških Koscev to the jury. The recipe was based on

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The Medieval Borl Castle to Be Renovated As Part of the Cultural Heritage Conservation Project

In Slovenia, a project is being implemented to protect the natural and cultural heritage in the Drava River Basin. Part of the project is the renovation of the medieval Borl Castle located 13 kilometres south of Ptuj. Earlier, the Ministry of Culture decided to allocate 400 thousand euros for this purpose. The total budget of

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The Best Thermal Resorts of Slovenia in 2019

The results of the 29th Best Resort Competition (Naj kopališče) were announced. The winners in the category of large, medium and small thermal SPAs in Slovenia are Aqualuna in Terme Olimia, Terme Vivat and Terme Paradiso. It should be noted that 84 resorts of the country participated in the current competition. The awards were also

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Ljubljana Is Recognised as the Best European City in Smart Tourism Solutions

Within the framework of the European Capital of Smart Tourism project, Ljubljana received the prestigious award as the best European city in digital solutions. A group of independent experts studied the most important developments and projects of the Slovenian capital presented in the categories of sustainable development, accessibility of services, digitalization, protection of cultural heritage,

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Youth in Green Ljubljana: New Solutions to Develop the City

The Youth in Green Ljubljana project has been implemented in the capital of Slovenia since June 2019. An open discussion about the future of the city involves young people aged 12 to 28 years. Through workshops, interviews and online surveys during the European Mobility Week, rationalization proposals of young people were collected in the areas

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The 50th Nature – Health Fair to Be Held in Ljubljana

The Nature – Health Fair will be held at the premises of the Economic Exhibition Centre in Ljubljana. The fair will work daily from 09:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m. on 23–26 October 2019. The event is held under the motto “Eat Healthy” and is dedicated to the healthy lifestyle, balanced nutrition and harmonious coexistence with

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Similar to ISS Conditions: Cosmonaut Training Is First Held in the Škocjana Karst Cave

In Slovenia, the cosmonaut training programme developed by the European Space Agency (ESA) is being implemented for the first time. In September 2019, cosmonauts of ESA, NASA, Russian, Canadian and Japanese space agencies went down to one of the Škocjana caves with the aim of conducting a number of trainings, in particular, to master orientation

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The Fountain of Wines to Be Opened in Maribor

A new unique attraction will soon appear in Maribor – the Fountain of Wines. This project has been implemented for 15 months in the Sončni raj household in the suburbs of Maribor – Vodole. The project budget amounted to 200 thousand euros. The entire amount was completely provided by the household. The test launch of

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Famous German F1 Driver Ralf Schumacher Becomes the Official Slovenian Wine Ambassador

The famous German Formula 1 driver Ralf Schumacher, the younger brother of the legendary Michael Schumacher, is delighted with the Slovenian grapes. This year, in the wine making region of Goriška Brda, in the presence of journalists, he helped local farmers harvest their crops. Ralf Schumacher picked several kilograms of Rebula grapes for the production

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