Feel Love at Pink Week
Feel Love at Pink Week
A couple of days before ITB Berlin, the Slovenian ambassador in Germany, Her Excellency Marta Kos, hosted representatives of media networks and other German NGOs in Soho House. The event was marked by the unique Slovenian project, Pink Week.
A couple of days before ITB Berlin, the Slovenian ambassador in Germany, Her Excellency Marta Kos, hosted representatives of media networks and other German NGOs in Soho House. The event was marked by the unique Slovenian project, Pink Week, which will take place in Ljubljana at the end of May 2016. German tourists are among the most numerous in Slovenia and many come to experience diversity in a short period of time.
“The essence is invisible to the eye, and this also applies to the pearl of Slovenia which nature has endowed with the Adriatic Sea, the karst, the Alps and the Pannonian Plain. With all its different colours and shapes, it is the right place to celebrate diversity. I am pleased that Slovenia is also becoming an increasingly well-known and popular destination in the area of LGBT tourism,” said Her Excellency Marta Kos, Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia, in the Federal Republic of Germany at a lunch for the media and various organisations.
Slovenia is traditionally presented at ITB Berlin. Tourists and visitors from Germany are among the most numerous in Slovenia. One of the most interesting projects is PinkWeek in Ljubljana, which is also raising awareness of Slovenia as a LGBT friendly destination. The third PinkWeek will take place in the European Green Capital 2016, Ljubljana from 26th to 29th May. The organisers, Matej and Mattej from Imperial Luxury Travel Solutions are proud of the project: “We are proud to have created a product that presents the experience and beauty of Slovenia to an extremely demanding segment of guests. It also works thanks to the fact that there is enough understanding of this form of tourism at the local and national level.”
Slovenia has been cooperating with the German LGBT community at the Dragon Ball and was presented at the Christopher Street Parade 2015 in Berlin. At this year’s Dragon Ball, Slovenia will strive to accumulate funds for participation in one of the largest LGBT events in the world, and to contribute to the better integration of the two capitals, Ljubljana, the Green Capital of Europe 2016, and Berlin.