October 7, 2018 - Slovenia's oldest town turns 1950 next year. TSN takes an afternoon stroll around delightful Ptuj, with a surprise and charm around every corner.
It’s the number one attraction in the city, but it’s still all too easy to just go up, walk around, and come down, without learning anything much and missing most of what you’ve seen. So here’s a list of 25 things to know about Ljubljana Castle that will make your visit more memorable.
The website Ex-Yu Aviation has just published a good overview of the changes to Adria Airways schedule for the winter 2018/2019 season, which starts on October 28 and ends March 31.
When reading these numbers it’s worth noting that the current population of Slovenia is estimated at 2.08 million.
STA, 1 October 2018 - New rules governing tourist accommodation facilities in Slovenia took effect on Monday, introducing internationally-comparable Hotelstars standards and giving accommodation owners six months to adjust.
Maribor is home to the world’s oldest vine that still produces grapes, and a little wine, after more 400 years of growth. The plant itself has its own home, The Old Vine House (Stara trta) at Gorkega ulica 1, and it’s this location that’s the focus of many of the activities that will occur over the next seven weeks.
STA, 20 September 2018 - Participants of a three-day meeting of ministers and state secretaries from China and Central and Eastern European countries, including Economy Ministry State Secretary Eva Štravs Podlogar, agreed that the Chinese tourism market was very important for CE Europe, including Slovenia.
STA, 20 September - Slovenia's oldest city of Ptuj has been revealed as the world's hardest city for British holidaymakers to pronounce. In a survey by the Daily Mail that looked at the toughest-to-pronounce tourist destinations on the planet, Ptuj was mispronounced by 92% of those polled.