Since summer 2012, the Grill Restaurant of the Lovec Hotel in Bled, Slovenia, has been offering traditional Slovenian dishes produced exclusively from locally grown ingredients.
The world renowned Alpine tourist resort Bled in Slovenia has attracted people's gaze for millennia. The draw was anything from the beautiful glacial lake with an island, medieval castle, thermal springs, fresh alpine climate to the outstanding scenery, which was able to arouse pleasant feelings when admiring this work of nature.
Earlier this week marked a special date for London Luton Airport as Slovenia’s national flag carrier, Adria Airways, together with the Slovenian Tourist Board and Slovenian Embassy held a trade launch event at the Airport.
Brand new for 2012 is Hedonistic Hiking's gourmet guided walking holiday from Slovenia into Italy. The nine-day hiking tour starts in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, which many liken to a mini Prague and call a "hidden gem" of Europe.
Specialist tour operator, Just Slovenia, is offering a new activity break for 2011, which includes kayaking, white water rafting and hot air ballooning.
Specialist tour operator, Just Slovenia (justslovenia.co.uk) is offering a five-night trip incorporating Slovenia's oldest town, Ptuj (pronounced Petooey) during the annual Kurent Festival between 26th February and 8th March 2011, followed by a luxury spa break in Bled's Grand Toplice Hotel.
Slovenia, one of Europe's smallest nations, boasts an extraordinary diversity of landscapes in a relatively small territory. In 2011 the Republic of Slovenia will be celebrating 20 years since its declaration of national independence.
Oneoffplaces.co.uk, the website for unique and different holiday rentals, is delighted to announce the launch onto the UK market of one of the most stunning holiday propositions available.
News that snow is falling in the Alps is likely to start a downhill dash by families to bag the best deals on a skiing holiday - especially as resort prices have risen by up to 15 per cent in Europe and North America, according to the Post Office Family Ski Resort Report 2010. However, cash-strapped families can halve the cost of their annual ski trip by swapping ski resorts and heading past the Alps to Bulgaria or Slovenia.
One of the UK and Ireland’s leading ski holiday experts, Directski.com, has come up with its pick of the top ten European ski destinations, for families, non-skiers, advanced skiers, budget conscious skiers and groups of friends, for après ski and spa, for guaranteed snow and for beginners.
Those wishing to getaway this summer will be delighted to hear that Eurocamp is offering holidays from as little as £743 per family, at a superb range of parcs across some of Europe’s favourite destinations.
One lucky winner and a friend could be watching the start of the World Cup from BeerFest Slovenia courtesy of the Slovenian Tourist Board.
Specialist tour operator, Just Slovenia, has teamed up with a company of award-winning professional photographers to offer short breaks including two-day photographic workshops and excursions.
Sun, sea and sand are the traditional ingredients for a great holiday. But those looking for something a little more adventurous should check out the latest deals from Keycamp, where up to 30% can be saved on some great all-action June breaks, meaning that seven nights could cost as little as £300 per party, accommodation only.
The annual Wild Flower Festival near Bohinj in Slovenia’s Triglav National Park will once again celebrate everything that’s wonderful about flowers, including the fact that it’s possible to eat some of them.
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