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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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For Tourists: The Križna Jama Cave – A Gallery of Underground Lakes

Križna Jama is one of the most famous karst caves in Slovenia and the world. It is often called an underground island. The cave is 8,273 m long and 32 m deep. It is especially famous for its gallery of 22 underground lakes with crystal clear emerald green water (due to the special composition of

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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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