An action-packed month lies ahead for Maribor this April as the city continues with its program of events to celebrate its status as European Capital of Culture for 2012. Get ready for an orgy of cabaret shows, displays of Mediterranean flair and a celebration of Roma culture like never before!
For those who enjoy sporting events, the Ski Jumping World Cup is coming in March to Planica, Slovenia (March 15-18) and promises once again to be an entertaining event for people of all ages
As part of its celebrations as the European Capital of Culture for 2012, Maribor is welcoming speakers from around the world to participate in this year’s 7th edition of the International Institute for the Development of Social Responsibility (IRDO) Conference.
Slovenia doesn’t have much of a coastline at all, in fact, only 46kms of it, but those 46km however are one of the most interesting and attractive parts of the country.
Slovenia is an incredibly popular tourist destination, and with so many mountain and hill ranges, rock climbing is but one of the many activities you could undertake whilst you are there.
Bled is one of the most popular areas of Slovenia and continuing to grow in popularity as the well-kept secret gradually gets out. This is just an example of some of the activities on offer so rest assured that there is plenty more.
Out with the old, in with the new – with the dawn of the new year now fully upon us, it’s once again time for Europe to hand over one of its most prestigious awards. This month sees the title of Europe’s “Capital of Culture” handed over to not one, but two cities – the Slovakian capital of Maribor and the northern city of Guimarães, in Portugal.
A few days ago we covered the upcoming Maribor 2012 and its place as one of the towns chosen to be the European Capital of Culture next year. In keeping with Argo Travel’s image and media focused core value, we contacted the Slovenia Tourism Board about more images. Their PR exec Jasmina Godec graciously responded with the FTP for their best images.
In news from Slovenia’s Tourism Board, the town of Maribor, in cooperation with other municipalities, are all set for an exuberant opening weekend as the European Capital of Culture, January 14th and 15th, 2012. Slovenia was recently honored at the World Travel Market in London as well.
With the opening of the Igloo Village this season from 20.12.2011 – 11.3.2012, Kranjska Gora becomes an ideal destination for romantics as well.
If romance is what you want for your winter holiday, you’re in luck: Eastern Europe isn’t short of romantic getaways, as long as you know where to look.
Travel blurbs from Argo News, Slovenia’s Travel Board rocks while most other European travel ministers must be asleep at the wheel of their tourism engagements. If a country of 2 million, about the size of New Hampshire can rock this hard online… It looks like some emulation is in order here in Europe.