Slovenia is a country at the crossroads European cultural and trade routes. Famous for its magnificent mountain environs, this magical place has been inhabited since pre-historic times. Slovenia is also famous for its unbelievable spas, winemaking, and its Julian Alps. On the subject of spas, Argo takes a look at a selection any traveler can categorize on their return home as – unforgettable.
Fraport AG, along with a consortium led by the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SDH), have agreed to the acquisition of Ljubljana Airport (Aerodrom Ljubljana) in Slovenia. Winning the award versus international competitors, the consortium closed the bidding process on July 4, seeing Fraport selected to negotiate for the sale of Aerodrom Lubljana d.d.
This month, May 24th, the 8th International Wild Flower Festival comes to Bohinj, Slovenia. This alpine flower festival shows off one of the country’s most treasured nature attractions, some of the most beautiful wild flowers in all Europe, AND one of Slovenia’s most fascinating towns.
A story at The Independent Balkan News Agency this week tells of the Slovenia Tourism Board altering their tourism marketing strategy to one more personalized, and hopefully more effective. According to Hari Stefanatos, the Slovenian government has opted for storytelling in the first person for their 2014-2015 campaigning.
The recent Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia witnessed Slovenia taking their share of Olympic medals home. So prevalent was the Slovenia presences, Slovenians officially renamed Sochi, Slochi. A so-called “Slovenian fairy tale” there ended in the official #hashtag of #Sloshi was even adopted.
The city of Litija in the literal heart of Slovenia has opened their own touristic destintion online and on the ground there, the so called Heart of Slovenia is designed to offer the best the city and Slovenia has to offer.
For travelers to Ljubljana a wonderful ballet “Coppélia in Montmartre”, awaits visitors interested in the performing arts. The three act ballet by French composer Delibes Léa and Hungarian choreographer Youri Vámos, is live on state at the Ljubljana SNG Opera and Ballet theater. Coppélia at Montmartre, which became famous after its debut in 1870, combines a […]
The tourism company Intelekta announced that it plans to launch flights connecting Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport in Slovenia to Kos, Greece.
Kranjska Gora is so beautiful, that Argophilia staff has selected it as the top ski destination in Eastern Europe this year.
News today from Slovenia’s Tourism Board reflects on initiatives there to broaden the alpine country’s tourism horizons, and a bit of the stress deep recession can cause. We received a press release telling of the so called 2nd Days of Slovenian Tourism that took place this week at the fabulous Radenci Spa (image below). A sort of gathering of travel experts, the meetings hint at the country’s staggering economic woes reflected not only in the news, but the effectiveness and methods to attract tourists.
From Ljublhana, Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa met with Albanian counterpart Sali Berisha Monday over economic development and bilateral cooperation between the two nations. The two agreed to bolster development and mutual efforts to settle regional issues, according to the news. However, the economic situation may prove a more formidable stumbling bloc than either is letting on.
Coming up August 13th through August 18th, the 13th annual Jazzinity Festival kicks off in Novo Mesto, Slovenia. Another of the wonderful events in keeping with Slovenia’s Maribor 2012 offerings, the jazz event is actually one of the country’s most diverse musical programs this year.