Love has many colours, winter is one of them. Boasting an extraordinary winter sports tradition, Slovenia is a great destination for lovers of alpine and nordic skiing, ski touring, snowboarding, sledding, snowshoeing, and other winter pursuits.Get to know them in a new publication ski centers in Slovenia, published by the Slovenian Tourist Board and the Chamber of Mountain Centers ... more
–CCIS in Slovenian, Croatia, Serbian, English and Russian language.
You are invited to discover the inspiration for the good life when reading the new publication Healthy Waters, Slovenian Natural Spas. The Slovenian Tourist Board, in corporation with the Slovenian Spas Association, published new edition in Slovenian, English, German, Russian, Croatian and Italian language. Healthy waters are the stories of Slovenian natural spas. Stories of ... more
beneficial thermal waters and other natural healing resources used for health and well-being in Slovenia for centuries. And of people that have always been inspired by them for healthy and good living.
In cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist Board, the tourist organisations Postojnska jama d.d., the Škocjan Caves, the Lipica Stud Farm, all eleven municipalities from the regions of Brkini, Karst and Notranjska (Inner Carniola) and other tourist providers from this area, the Postojna Tourist Association has issued a publication entitled “The Mysterious KARST and Tourist Caves of Slovenia”, which is an important contribution to the quality tourist promotion ... more
of this part of Slovenia. The editorials for the publication were written by two Slovenian academics, Dr. Andrej Kranjc and Dr. Matjaž Kmecl, the gastronomic addition is the work of Dr. Stanislav Renčelj and the remaining text was written by Tatjana Pregl Kobe. The publication was edited by Srečko Šajn and Lučka Letič and is enriched with many photographs taken by renowned photographers. Special value is also attributed to its central section, which provides information about the classic Karst and tourist caves of Slovenia over twenty pages. Furthermore, a detailed description of the seventeen most typical trips is provided, which will beckon you with their attractiveness; major events from this region are also presented. The “Mysterious KARST and Tourist Caves of Slovenia” publication is the right guide for all major tour operators, tourist agencies, tourist representative offices abroad, delegations, major tourist organisations and the media. It was published in the A4 format and in six languages – Slovenian, English, German, Italian, French and Spanish – in the circulation of 60,000 copies.
In cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist Board, the “Hiking and Cycling” Economic Interest Grouping (EIG) has issued a revised catalogue entitled “Hiking in Slovenia”. Its 64 pages describe the key trans-Slovenian trails, including the new Alpe Adria Trail, which runs from Grossglockner to Trieste. Hiking destinations are presented with two or three hiking trails each, all marked with QR codes for downloading information about the trails onto smart mobile phones. Several programme packages for several-day hikes along ... more
the key trails are presented, along with the complete hiking offer pertaining to the accommodation specialised for the members of the “Hiking and Cycling” EIG. The catalogue was printed in A4 format in a circulation of 50,000 copies in 5 languages: German (10,000), Italian (7,000), French (5,000), English (20,000) and Slovenian (8,000).
After several years, the Chamber of Mountain Centres and the Slovenian Association of Ski Lift Operators again issued the “Ski Resorts in Slovenia” catalogue, published in Slovene and with a total circulation of 5,000 copies. In cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist Board, the catalogue was also prepared in foreign languages and issued in February this year, with a total circulation of 50,000 copies, i.e. in Croatian (10,000 copies), Serbian (10,000 copies), Russian (10,000 copies) and English (20,000 copies). The ... more
catalogue presents Slovenian ski resorts with a short description, panoramic maps and all relevant data. There are 46 ski resorts presented that offer experiences of snowy delight each in their own way. Discover the novelties they have prepared, astounding event venues that you simply cannot miss and enjoy the several pleasures brought to you by a single ski pass. This presents the possibility to spend your free time at health-improving mountain centres in winter. The catalogues are available at STO .
The Slovenian Tourism Board has published a handbook for tourist agencies entitled ‘Travel Agent's Manual 2012’, the content of which is intended for the expert public in the tourism industry. The manual was printed in a total of 17,000 copies, 8,000 of which are in English, 5,000 in German, 2,000 in Italian and another 2,000 in French. The manual was presented at the World Travel Market in London. The manual gathers useful general information about Slovenia, highlights the key tourism products and includes a large number of ... more
contact information of service providers in tourism and tourist organisations that will be of assistance to foreign representatives of tourism industry in their search for business partners and easier implementation of travel to Slovenia. The content is enriched with green facts about Slovenia and green advice that will help us preserve a green Slovenia. The manual is printed on environmentally friendly paper. The selected events are complemented with a programme of events for the European Capital of Culture – Maribor 2012. The publication is available in electronic form at the STB web portal: http://www.slovenia.info/si/Naročilo-publikacij.htm?_ctg_publication_ordering=0&lng=1
The 2012 Private Accommodation Catalogue has now been published. The Catalogue presents providers of accommodation in apartments, tourist rooms, holiday homes, boarding houses, guesthouses, tourist farms, small hotels, vineyard cottages and providers of complementary tourist offer from across Slovenia. The Private Accommodation Catalogue is published by the Institute “Hospitality of Slovenian Homes” (Zavod Gostoljubnost slovenskih domov or, in short, Zavod GSD) in cooperation with the ... more
Slovenian Tourism Board and is a rare form of joint promotion of all types of minor providers of tourist accommodation characterised by a personal relationship with the guest and the associated hospitality. The Catalogue was published in five foreign languages at a circulation of 20,000 copies. For the sake of convenience, it has been published in A5 format for the second year in a row. The Private Accommodation Catalogue is available in electronic form at the GSD Institute web site, http://www.gsd.si/tiskovine/katalog-zasebnih-nastanitev, at the STB portal www.slovenia.info and at www.etrips.si – an eTourist Booking Business System of small tourist accommodation providers. Printed copies can be ordered and collected at the headquarters of the GSD Institute at the address Mala ulica 8 in Ljubljana, from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., or at the STB distribution centre at the address Brnčičeva 51, Ljubljana, from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon (contact person: ).
The leaflet was published in 2011 upon the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Slovenia’s independence (1991-2011) as an invitation for all Slovenians living abroad and their friends, acquaintances and relatives to visit Slovenia. Slovenia, as an extremely small country, offers a remarkable amount, which is something to be proud of. Such is also the title of the leaflet – I FEEL PROUD. The leaflet presents basic information about Slovenia, information on accessibility, a touch of history and facts based on which Slovenia is worth visiting. A total ... more
of 60,000 copies of the leaflet were printed, 20,000 of which in English, 10,000 in German, 10,000 in Italian, 10,000 in Russian and another 10,000 in Spanish. The publication is available in electronic form at the STB web portal: http://www.slovenia.info/si/Naročilo-publikacij.htm?_ctg_publication_ordering=0 lng=1
The Slovenian Tourist Board, in cooperation with the Natural Health Resorts Association of Slovenia, reproduced the catalogue: Slovenian Natural Health Resorts and Spas in an A4 format in 50,000 copies; 17,500 of them were in German, 17,500 in Italian, 5,000 in Croatian, 5,000 in Russian and 5,000 in English. The catalogue includes information about 15 Slovenian health resorts and features general descriptions, information on accommodation, medical services and wellness services, ... more
opportunities for recreational activities and entertainment and additional offers. Those who like new discoveries can also find information on surrounding attractions. The catalogue includes a transparent table with data on indications and natural therapeutic effects. The publication is available in electronic form on the internet portal of the STO as well as on the internet portal SSNZ.
The Slovenian Tourist Farm Association, in cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist Board, has recently issued the 8th Slovenian tourist farms catalogue »FRIENDLY COUNTRYSIDE« with a total circulation of 85.000 copies, of which, 18.000 are in Slovene, 19.000 in German, 22.000 in English, 12.000 in Italian, 9.000 in French and 5.000 copies in Croatian. The project is also supported by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food and the Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry of Slovenia, who provided indispensable technical assistance. The 68 ... more
page catalogue lists 216 tourist farms, each represented with a photo and a short description of their offer. The last page also contains a list of an additional 177 tourist farms in Slovenia. This year, the catalogue received a new cover and is printed on environment-friendly paper. Once again, the catalogue was prepared in Croatian since there are numerous guests from Croatia who visit Slovenian tourist farms. It is important to note that new tourist farms showed a lot of interest to be included in the newest edition of the catalogue. Because of this interest, 40 new tourist farms are being presented for the first time in the catalogue, in addition to the 177 tourist farms already listed. The publication is available in electronic format on the STO web page: www.slovenia.info/si/Naro%C4%8Dilo-publikacij.htm?_ctg_publication_ordering=0&lng=1 in www.turisticnekmetije.si/