Why visit Slovenia? by The Telegraph and CN Traveller


Are you looking for ideas for your next holiday? Let us give you a few hints and reasons why your next destination should be our green, active and healthy Slovenia, with a little help from recent articles on Slovenia in the Telegraph and Condé Nast Traveller.

Why visit Slovenia? by The Telegraph and CN Traveller

When Kate Springer, a journalist from Condé Nast Traveller, visited Slovenia, she immediately knew that a week of travelling wouldn’t be enough: “Two would be nice, three ideal”. In her article Why Your Next European Road Trip Should Be in Slovenia, she goes on a trip starting in Ljubljana, the capital, continues towards Ptuj, the oldest Slovenian town, heads to the fairytale alpine town of Bled and continues to the beautiful Soča valley in Western Slovenia and Brda, which is known as the “Tuscany of Slovenia”, finishing in the romantic coastal town of Piran. Kate was stunned by the medieval architecture, stylish alfresco cafes, and hit-the-brakes-pretty scenery that Slovenia is full of. She fell in love with Slovenia: “The charm begins in the romantic capital of Ljubljana, where riverside wine bars bring the centuries-old cobbled streets and baroque architecture to life. From there, it’s all glassy mountain lakes, rolling vineyards, mountains of prosciutto, fresh cheese, and castles so many castles.”

The Telegraph writes about 18 fascinating things you didn't know about Melania Trump's home country. Did you know that:

  • Slovenians love bees and that there are around 90,000 beekeepers?
  • Slovenia is one of the most peaceful and environmentally-friendly countries?
  • More than half of the country is protected?
  • The Soča river is a paradise for white-water rafting?
  • The residents are among the tallest and oldest in the world?
  • There’s one vineyard for every 70 people?

Find out for yourself and visit green, active and healthy Slovenia. You can find more information about the country on our official website Feel Slovenia!



Global public relations and Marketing
e-mail address: press(at)

Sign up for Press releases

Be up to date about what’s happening in Slovenian tourism. By subscribing to Press releases you will receive the latest press releases and invitations to evets for media in the field of tourism on a weekly basis.

Share with friends

Add to favourites Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Pin to Pinterest Share on Vkontakte Recommend to a friend