Slovenia lies in the heart of Europe, where the Alps meet the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Plain meets the Karst. This small green
country measures 20,273 km2 in area, and is home to sincere, hospitable
people of great diligence. It has an exceptional number of top athletes, and a wealth of cultural creativity. In Slovenia it is not difficult to compare the value of goods and services, as they are priced in one of the world’s major currencies, the euro
Here are 40 facts about Slovenia and its inhabitants that might surprise you.
The Slovenes are a proud and diligent people, who value family, health and honesty.
The most evident attributes of the land are its invigorating nature, and the diversity in the landscape.
Slovenia uses the euro, and there are exchange offices in many towns and cities.
Slovenia is mostly catholic, while orthodox Christianity is the largest among more than 40 other religions.
Culture has a special importance to Slovenian society, as it is through culture that the nation has emerged and ...
Slovenian athletes have achieved amazing successes in international competitions and in solo exploits.
Slovenia is a safe country. Wherever you are, even late at night in the cities, you can have no cause for concern.
Slovenia is a democratic country, with a hi-tech economy and a skilled workforce.