Several hundred scary, devilish creatures descended on the village of Goričane just northwest of Ljubljana as the darkness fell on 18 November to remind the children and adults who have not been on their best behaviour to mend their ways before Christmastime.
Krampuses, known as Parklji in Slovenia
Arboretum Volčji Potok, Slovenia's largest botanical gardens, have put on a festive appearance, coming aglow with more than two million lights.
A spectacular light trail illuminated by 27 kilometres of Christmas lights takes visitors from one dazzling illumination to the next.
On their stroll throu
Low-cost carrier Norwegian will enter the Slovenian market next summer to fly between Ljubljana and Copenhagen as it provides several new seasonal services in the region, according to the portal EX-YU Aviation.
Flights between the Slovenian and Danish capitals were last operated by the Slovenian fl
As winter schedule comes into effect in air traffic on 29 October, it will be possible to fly to 18 destinations from Ljubljana airport on scheduled flights until the end of March. The flights are operated by 15 carriers.
Compared to last winter schedule, the list of direct destinations has been ex
The skiing season at Slovenia's highest resort is hanging in the air following a decision that the Kanin cable car will not run this winter. The slopes will remain closed unless agreement is reached for access from the Italian side through the Sella Nevea ski resort.
Media reported at the beginning
The rolling hills of the wine-growing region of Goriška Brda are popular with cyclists, and even the iconic Giro d'Italia has made a detour through the region twice. However, it has not been until now that the region got a dedicated cycling path, linking it with the city of Nova Gorica through Ita
Around a hundred of the best-rated restaurants in Slovenia will provide three-course meals at reduced prices starting at 23 euros between 13 and 22 October as part of the autumn edition of Restaurant Week.
The annual project, consisting of the spring and autumn editions which usually attract around
Ljubljana is set to get a much needed new passenger terminal by the end of 2025, and the whole public-private investment is valued at around one billion euros, according to Mayor Zoran Janković.
The government, the Ljubljana municipality and Slovenian Railways believe a modern passenger terminal is
Six Slovenian destinations have made it on the global list of Green Destinations Top 100 Stories, having convinced the Green Destinations organisation with their sustainable practices in tourism.
Honoured this year are the capital Ljubljana, the Šalek Valley, Brežice, Jeruzalem, Miren Kras and Kran