Slovenia Newsletter 15.7. - 29.7.

15 Jul 2020

What’s On

We have closed the voting polls for this year’s edition of Best of Summer in Slovenia 2020 and we are happy to announce this year’s winners in all the categories! We would like to thank everyone who voted and supported Best of Summer in Slovenia 2020 edition. Now drum roll please, as we present to you this year’s winners of Best of Summer in Slovenia 2020!
Check out the winners!

Highlights of Slovenia

The soul of Izola is most tangibly felt whilst strolling along the ancient fishing harbour, which in more recent years has been supplemented with a modern marina just to the west (and an impressive fleet of luxury yachts and other boats). In the summertime, life here quite naturally centres around the sea and the plethora of activities it offers, from lounging in the sun on one of several beaches to heading out on the water for a panoramic sightseeing trip or any number of adrenaline pumping water sports.
Explore Izola

Spotlight on our Partners

With a name like that you can’t help but smile and get in a taxi and head here. The concept is simple, namely outstanding erotic entertainment provided by professionals in a safe environment for groups of lads of all ages and backgrounds. Nobody pesters you to buy them extortionate drinks, there’s always something worth watching on stage and it’s free to get in.
Taste Ljubljana

Taste Slovenia

The Michelin Guide has finally come to Slovenia and has awarded Restaurant Atelje with a star! Decked out in browns of brick and wood, Atelje is a bar and restaurant with a classy, understated feel, as you’d expect from it being part of the Grand Hotel Union.

Get a taste here 

Slovenia Wonders

Savica Waterfall has a greater historical meaning for Slovenians as it served as an exceptional source of inspiration for one of the most beautiful paeans to the waterfall is the poem Baptism at Savica, by the greatest Slovenian poet France Prešeren, who also wrote the Slovenian national Anthem.

Start Wandering Here

Travel Tips

The story of Dubrovnik prostitutes in the Medieval and Renaissance times is just as important as many lofty political and cultural achievements of the Republic. These ‘ladies of the night’ left no written testimony about the quality of their lives. But legal acts and criminal court archives from that time point to an intriguing attitude that the state and society had about them. Whether they simply turned a blind eye to their way of life or outright supported them, the Republic treated prostitution as it did all other important state affairs - pragmatically.

Get to know Dubrovnik

Trending Global City

Few cities tickle the tastebuds quite like peerless Prague. One of the most popular cities on the planet, the Czech capital lives up to its main event billing through a legitimately unbeatable roster of attractions, a bevy of beauty that really does a number on each and every one of our senses. There is history, there is culture, there is architecture and there is beer, oh lord is there beer. Prague is one of the most-visited cities in the world, and it well and truly deserves every single one of those tourists.

Explore Prague now

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