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Water tower in eastern Slovenia to become tourist spot

Brežice - A hundred-years-old water tower in the eastern town of Brežice, a prominent landmark in the region, will be renovated and turned into...

Slovenian orange wine to be showcased in China

Ljubljana - Eleven winemakers from the coastal region of Primorska will be presenting their orange wine at one of the largest wine exhibitions this...

Consortium of Slovenia’s EU protected foods set up

Ljubljana - A consortium of EU-wide protected crops and food products from Slovenia was established this week at the initiative of the Slovenian Beekeepers'...

European Region of Gastronomy title gives hope to tourism sector

Ljubljana - After a very rough year that saw the coronavirus pandemic halve tourist arrivals, Slovenia's tourism sector is in for another demanding year...

More than 300 km of bike paths upgraded with EU project

Murska Sobota - A cross-border partnership between Slovenia and Hungary has upgraded a network of 344 kilometres of bike paths as part of Iron...

Twice a Year Metal Days Cultivates a Global Community with Heavy...

Nika Brunet is sitting at a café on out outskirts of Ljubljana ready to talk about music and a music festival she co-organizes, Metal...

Hiša Denk and its chef top new Gault & Millau guide

Ljubljana, 18 January - The new Gault & Millau culinary guide has further cemented the position of three restaurants, Hiša Denk, Hiša Franko and...

Oh, those irrestable lovely bubbles! Icon of joy!

Since the early years of the 18th century, when champagne was drunk by the aristocracy in the French court, it has been “a must” for all kinds of celebrations and has become a popular luxury item all over the world. There are moments when pouring a glass of bubbly is almost a tradition – can you, for example, imagine toasting in a new year without it?

Michelin-starred chef to cook for Slovenia’s EU presidency guests

Brdo pri Kranju - Distinguished Slovenian chef Tomaž Kavčič will be in charge of cuisine at all top-level events during the upcoming Slovenian presidency...

Slovenian wine scene is developed and dynamic

What Slovenian wines miss is effective marketing and promotion, but that's the same with all ex socialist wine countries. “There are to many unfruitful birocrates who fight against efficient marketing projects and all avant-garde ideas, because they believe that will endanger their useful roles,” stresses Saša Špiranec, wine expert from Croatia, who is judging for the first time in Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA). He initiated the Vinart Grand Tasting, a leading business wine fair in Zagreb, Croatia, that is opening its doors this week. From 6th-7th March 120 winemakers and over 2.000 around the world guests are coming together to share their common passion – wine.
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