Category Archives: Tourism

Worth to Visit: Tourist Gems of the Obalno Kraška Region

The Adriatic coast in Slovenia is only 46 kilometres long. By the standards of Europe, it is one of the smallest coasts on the continent. Geographically, it belongs to the Gulf of Trieste. However, it is surrounded by three more small gulfs – the Gulf of Koper, Moon Bay (Strunjan), and the Gulf of Piran.

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The Popularity of Bela Krajina Among Tourists Keeps Growing

The Slovenian region Bela Krajina (White Carniola) demonstrates the active growth of tourist attractiveness. In 2018, the region was visited by almost 35 thousand tourists – 17% more than in 2017. They made a little over 85 thousand overnight stays – 18% more than the year before last. The share of foreign visitors reached almost

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The Beauty of Slovenia: Kozjak Waterfall

The 15-metre Kozjak waterfall is one of the most famous sights of Kobarid. It is hidden among the rocks and surrounded by steep walls. The contrast between the mirror-water, the blue-green colour of the basin, and the dark walls of the mountains create a truly unique look. Kozjak is considered the most picturesque waterfall in

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The Beauty of Slovenia: Štanjel – The Pearl of the Littoral Region

Štanjel is a small picturesque settlement named after Saint Daniel. Founded back in 1402, Štanjel impresses with its architecture. Externally, the greyish tint of house walls in the settlement preserves the legacy of six centuries. The strategic location was determined by the fact that the settlement was a stronghold for repelling the attacks of the

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A 400-Year-Old Building in Radovljica Becomes a Popular Boutique Hotel

Tourism in Radovljica is actively developing thanks to the proximity of Bled. The number of hotel facilities increases fast. At the same time, the municipality seeks to develop boutique tourism. An example of good practice is the Linhart Boutique Hotel in the historical centre of Radovljica. The hotel is named after the playwright, poet, historian

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A Spate of Tourist Activity Is Recorded in Slovenia in 2018

According to preliminary data, 5.6 million tourists visited Slovenia in 2018, making a total of 15.3 million overnight stays in the country. This follows from the Statistics Service data published on 31 January 2019. These figures significantly exceed the figures for 2017 – 4.95 million visitors and 12.6 million overnight stays. Only in December 2018,

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Slovenia to Offer Tourists a New Hiking Route

In Slovenia, a 300-kilometre hiking route will open in the nearest future, which will introduce tourists to many natural sights of the country. informs that a new tourist trail through the Julian Alps called Julian Alps Hiking Trail will officially be opened in April 2019. The first part of the route became available to tourists

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The 200th Anniversary of the Postojna Cave Discovery

One of the main tourist attractions in Slovenia, Postojna Cave, has celebrated the 200th anniversary of its discovery. A solemn ceremony to commemorate this event took place in Postojna on Friday, 16 November 2018 under the patronage of President Borut Pahor. Within the framework of the festive ceremony, a concert was held with the participation

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2TM Company Congratulates with the World Tourism Day and Invites to Join the Ranks of Tourism Industry Professionals!

The World Tourism Day is annually celebrated in many countries of the world on 27 of September. This holiday was established by the General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in Torremolinos, Spain, in 1997. There was a good reason to choose this date. On this day, in 1988, the Charter of the World

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Slovenia: Bright Autumn Events

Slovenia is famous throughout the world for its natural and cultural heritage. There are many places worthy of tourist attention, such as museums, galleries, architectural treasures, UNESCO World Heritage sites. In addition to attractions, this small country strikes with a rich variety of cultural activities. Each major community holds at least one festival a year.

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