Chocolate Festival - Radovljica

In April Radovljica, a nice medieval town hosts the first and only in Slovenia;a Chocolate Festival (Festival čokolade). That is right, chocolate! Visit the Festival in the old town centre and taste, smell and see chocolate in a variety of forms, tastes and colours. You will find chocolatiers from throughout Slovenia, as well as selected other chocolate producers, all together in one place.

Lipica

White Lipizzaner horses are from Slovenia and their original stud farm has been in Lipica in the Karst since 1580.This is the oldest European stud farm that has been breeding the same horses without interruption for more than 400 years. You can come an take a look at those elegant horses. They have 45 minutes shows and you can watch classical riding training companied by music and a commentary for visitors. You can experience the Karst Region in a carriage, go riding and wisit Lipizzaner Museum Lipikum which is designed in accordance with modern museological principles and enables visitors to obtain desired information by themselves by means of different interactions.

Hiša Franko

Did you know that in Kobarid,Slovenia’s remote Soča Valley there is a restaurant with The World’s Best Female Chef of 2017 Ana Roš.
She become famous with Netflix’s hit series Chef’s Table and later won the title of the best female chef by the famous magazine The World's 50 Best Restaurants and put Slovenia on the culinary map of Europe. She has a “zero kilometre” approach and has building a food chain of around 60 people. Here you will find fresh, seasonal micro-local ingredients with a special touch of Ana.

Panoramic flight

There’s no better way to see the Slovenian Alps than from the sky.
You can visit Lesce–Bled Airport and take a panoramic flight.You can have a great view on Upper Carniola region with Alps and Slovenian highest mountain Triglav in Triglav National Park,the Karavanke Range and even the Soca Valley can be reached during flights of various durations. A panoramic flight can be combined with a stopover at one of the surrounding sports airports.If you dare, you can also do a tandem skydive with one of the experienced local skydivers.

Odprta kuhna - Open Kitchen

In Ljubljana city center on Ciril-Metod Square you will find some of the most popular food related activities that attract foodies from all over the world. From spring till autumn, every Friday this square turns in to food festival.The stands of Odprta kuhna have presented over a 100 restaurants from all over Slovenia and the visitors have tried close to a thousand different Slovenian and international dishes.

Glamping

Camping can be one of the most ideal ways to spent a simple and relaxing vacation where we can all do the things that we want to do. The simplicity of camping combined with beauties of the nature offers a real relaxation and isolation from our fectic everyday life. Camping means absolute vacation freedom. It is a time when we can do what we want and whenever we want.
Slovenia is a diverse country in the heart of Europe. You can find it where the Alps meet the Pannonian Basin and where the Mediterranean meets the mysterious Karst. In the north it borders with Austria, in the east with Hungary, in the south with Croatia and in the west with Italy. Slovenia is the only country in the world containing the word <<love>> in its name. Slovenia has a lot of diverse adventures and activities to offer. We are certain that everyone will find something to their liking.

Christmas fairs and decorations

In December most of Slovenian cities and towns will have festive spirit and cheerful atmosphere  with lights, decoration, mulled wine and Christmas open markets in the open-air venue. Markets with stalls are usually located in the city center, in Ljubljana is located near the Ljubljanica river. Stalls offer everything from local food and candies to nice gifts and fashion accessories, including a good choice of headwear, gloves, scarves and other things winter items. Some of the stalls sell interesting and reasonably priced creations by young Slovenian designers, most of which are not available in shops. Other goods sold at the Fair include various arts and crafts items and local delicacies, such as honey, schnapps and confections. Ljubljana city center is decorated with 64km of Christmas lights with 20m high Christmas tree in the main square called Prešernov trg.