"This year, Jana magazine's readers chose the lady who managed to entice childhood into eternity." It was with these words that the editor-in-chief and managing editor of Jana announced the Slovenian Woman of the Year 2011. In...
The Slovenian Sportspersons of the Year were the Alpine skier, Tina Maze, the white water slalom kayaker, Peter Kauzer, and the award for best team went to the ski jump team, who won bronze at the World Championships in Oslo.
Maribor officially became the European Capital of Culture on 14 January. In the coming months, the city will be transformed into one vast stage of diverse performances. This is the largest cultural project to have been undertaken...
On 8 October 1991, Slovenia introduced its own currency and set out on a path of monetary independence. The tolar, its official legal tender at the time, was one of the most important attributes of the Slovenian State. Monetary...
Just a quarter of an hour after leaving the ring road of Ljubljana, travelling on the motorway south-east, you come upon a region which could hardly be more authentically Slovene – Ivančna Gorica. You've only just left the bustle...
Slovenia - Profile of an adventure (brochure)
A quick overview of the most important information on Slovenia on 15 pages. The brochure contains a map of the most important tourist points in Slovenia. Read more »
Fifth place on prestigious world list
National Geographic Society´s Center for Sustainable Destinations and the magazine National Geographic Traveler compiled its sixth successive prestigious Destinations Rated list of the most beautiful locations and destinations in the world. Slovenia was ranked a fantastic fifth place ... Read more »