Category Archives: Tourism

The Popularity of Ljubljana Castle Among Tourists from Different Countries Keeps Growing

During 2019, about 1.34 million tourists visited Ljubljana Castle, one of the most popular Slovenian attractions. About 76% of Ljubljana Castle visitors came from abroad, in particular, from Italy, Great Britain, Germany, the USA, South Korea, France, and Spain. Last year, the cable road transported over 590,000 visitors from Ljubljana to the castle, which is

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Ljubljana Receives the Meeting Star Award as the Best Congress Tourism Destination in L Category

As part of the 12th Conventa Business Fair, the largest business and congress tourism event in Central and Eastern Europe, for the second time in its history, Ljubljana received the Meeting Star Award as the best congress tourism destination in the category of cities that can host events with up to 2 thousand participants. The

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The United States Tour Operators Association Declares Slovenia the Second Fastest Growing Tourist Destination in 2020

During the main annual event of the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) called Conference and Marketplace, which was held on 2–6 December 2019 in Orlando, Florida, Slovenia was declared the second fastest growing tourist destination in 2020. At this event, the country was represented by the Slovenian Tourism Organisation. Slovenia was praised in the

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Information for Tourists: Wild Lake

One of the pearls of Slovenia’s natural heritage is located two kilometres south of Idrija, Obalno Kraška region. The mysterious karst Wild Lake (Slovene: Divje jezero) is a true natural monument and the first Slovenian open-air museum. “Where the river is deepest, it makes least noise,” the Slovenian proverb says. During the rain, the usually

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The Ljubo Chatbot Helps Tourists in Ljubljana

The Ljubo chatbot improved by a local tour operator for easier and more efficient communication with tourists as their personal guide to the capital, now helps foreign guests get familiar with Ljubljana. The Ljubo chatbot is an interlocutor programme that imitates human conversation using artificial intelligence. It communicates with users in English or Italian. Users

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CNN: Lake Bohinj Is One of the Most Beautiful Destinations in Europe

The American CNN television channel has published a list of the twenty most beautiful destinations in Europe on its website. Lake Bohinj is among the places that fascinated the CNN editors. “Lake Bohinj is often disregarded in favour of the more popular Lake Bled. But Slovenia’s largest lake, set within the majestic Triglav National Park,

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The Best Travel Companies of Slovenia

Within the framework of the current Days of Slovenian Tourism, the certificates for contribution to improving the image and reputation of Slovenia as an excellent tourist destination as well as certificates related to the action “My Land Is Beautiful and Welcoming” (in Slovenian: Moja dežela – lepa in gostoljubna) were awarded. The highest Sejalec Award

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The Best Slovenian Campsites

The five-star Šobec Camping (Gorenjska region) is awarded the Grand Prix of the Naj Kamp Adria 2019 Contest. It offers pristine nature, beautifully maintained parks, campsites, spa houses with modernly equipped apartments, parking for cars and minibuses. The offer is complemented by a restaurant and a shop. The camping has been operating for 63 years.

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Statistics Service: Over Five Million Tourists Visit Slovenia in Nine Months of 2019

According to the country’s Statistics Service, 5.2 million tourists visited Slovenia in January–September 2019. They made 13.2 million overnights. As compared to the same period last year, the number of tourists increased by 5.7%, and the number of overnights grew by 1.9%. The number of arrivals of both local and foreign tourists has also increased

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For Tourists: Storžič – A Picturesque Pyramid of Slovenia

Storžič is the most western peak of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps (Slovene: Kamniško-Savinjske Alpe) with a height of 2,132 metres. The mountain got its name from the Slovenian word “stožec” – “pyramid”. The picturesque mountain has become the main character of many works. In particular, the historian Janez Vajkard Valvasor mentions it in his book “The

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