Category Archives: Tourism

Around 375 Thousand People Visit the Highest Observation Tower in Slovenia over 4 Years

The highest observation tower of Slovenia – Vinarium, operating since September 2015, was visited by about 375 thousand people for the last four years. On 1 May 2019, a record of daily attendance was set with 2,121 visitors. From January to August 2019, the tower was visited by 64,521 tourists, which is about 3% more

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For Tourists: Šmarješke Toplice – Harmony for Mind and Soul

Šmarješke Toplice is an ideal place for a relaxation trip, where you can rest and reboot, enjoy a feeling of comfort and peace. The town of Šmarješke Toplice is the centre of the similarly named municipality and, of course, is primarily known for its thermal springs. The resort surrounded by dense forests and hills is

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Slovenia Improves Its Position in the Prestigious Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2019

Slovenia has immediately risen five positions in the new biennial global ranking of Travel and Tourism Competitiveness, ranking 36th among 140 countries according to a survey conducted by the World Economic Forum (WEF). As the Minister of Economy Zdravko Počivalšek has emphasised in this regard, Slovenia is on the right track in tourism. In the

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Slovenia Enters the World’s TOP-20 Safest Countries for Tourism

As written by journalist.today, Slovenia entered the world’s TOP-20 safest countries for tourism according to The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2019 published by the World Economic Forum (WEF). Finland is recognised as the safest country for tourism; the second and third places in the ranking were taken by Iceland and Oman, respectively. The top

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Innovative Product: Tourists in Prekmurje Can Ride a Hybrid Electric Carriage

In the near future, guests of Prekmurje will be able to ride a hybrid electric carriage created thanks to the joint Slovenian-Austrian E-Carraige 4CBST Project as part of the Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria cooperation programme. The innovation will provide horses with easy pulling, and passengers will have longer and more comfortable rides. The E-Carraige 4CBST project

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For Tourists: Jezersko – A Fairy Land in the Arms of High Mountains

Jezersko is one of the Slovenian municipalities located near the Austrian border. In fact, the border between Slovenia and Austria is considered to be the local Jezersko pass (in Slovenian: Jezerski Vrh) with the height of 1,218 metres above sea level known since the ancient Roman times. A picturesque Alpine village of Zgornje Jezersko is

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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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