Slovenia has the ‘welcome’ sign out for journalists wanting to visit this amazing country. Whether you want to explore the Alps, our Mediterranean coast, Pannonian Plain or the Karst – home to some of the most dramatic caves in the world, you will truly find this a magical place with a wealth of story opportunities.
Here are a few examples of press trips available in 2016.
A winter sporting wonderland in Slovenia
Come and experience one of Europe’s top hidden gems for winter sports. Ski the perfectly maintained runs of Slovenia’s largest resorts including Krvavec and Vogel before transferring to Kranjska Gora in the Upper Sava Valley for Alpine skiing, night sledging and ice waterfall climbing. Finally on to Planica, home one of the most famous ski jumping slopes on the planet.
A city tour of Europe’s Green Capital
Take a tour around Europe’s Green Capital for 2016, Ljubljana, over three quarters of which is covered with natural green spaces. Discover for yourself why it was named European Green Capital 2016 as you visit the Botanic Gardens, home to more than 4,500 different species, wander the city’s picturesque embankments along the river Ljubljanica and indulge in local Taste Ljubljana produce.
The ultimate indulgent Slovenian spa break
Now it is your turn to discover why people have been traveling to Slovenia to bathe in our thermo-mineral waters since Roman times. Visit our certified natural and thermal spas & resorts to enjoy wellness treatments intertwined with centuries-long tradition, experience with thermal waters and the latest discoveries from health experts to enrich your body and invigorate your soul. All combined with relaxing luxury hotels and the finest local food!
Slovenia through the centuries
Slovenia might be a young and beautiful country, turning 25 next year, but the Slovenes are an ancient nation steeped in history and tradition. Learn about the vibrant and intense history from the first settlers, to one of the greatest battle of the Roman times and the turbulent wars of the 19th century that have shaped today’s independent country.
WTMG members interested in obtaining details and contact information for arranging a press trip, please contact Jim Thompson.