The UNESCO World Heritage List is of the utmost importance for cultural and natural heritage. Three Slovenian gems shine on the global map of 1,000 heritage units: Škocjan Caves as a unique natural monument, the prehistoric pile-dwellings in Ljubljana and the mercury mine in Idrija. In addition to the central sites of special interest, the World Heritage Site Tentative, Read More

The Republic of Slovenia lies at the heart of Europe where the Alps and the Mediterranean meet the Pannonian plains and the mysterious Karst. Slovenia has a population of 2 million and its capital city is Ljubljana. The official language is Slovene, one of the South Slavonic languages. In Slovenia, the sun shines approximately, Read More

With its entry into the European Union, Slovenia is offered special positive opportunities. It will acquire more reputation through greater international exposure and the larger number of tourists attracted by easier border crossings, and in the medium term benefits from European structural resources as well. The Slovenian Tourist Board will take advantage of the, Read More