Roughly 130,000 Slovenian residents have redeemed state-sponsored tourism vouchers worth EUR 20 million in the first month since the launch of a scheme designed to help the Slovenian tourism industry recover from the coronavirus epidemic.
Red Dot every year gives out awards for best designs and packaging. This year the Red Dot awards honored Radgonske Penine for their sparkling wine line of "Untouched by Light", which is the first sparkling wine in the world to be made, sold, and tasted in perfect themes.
Slovenia's labour force was estimated at 883,933 in May, down 1.4% year-on-year, after dropping by an annual 0.9% in April, the country's statistical office said on Thursday.
Reflecting on the housing market in Ljubljana, the business daily Finance points in Tuesday’s commentary to the simultaneous increase in newly available flats and the pending drop in purchasing power.
The average net monthly earnings in Slovenia fell by a real 2.6% month-on-month to 1,244 euro ($1,424) in May, after increasing by a real 11.5% in April, the country's statistical office said on Wednesday.
Kristjan Stopar, a FERI student at the University of Maribor, won first place in the IEEE Region 8.
On 15 July this year we mark the centennial of the first doctorate of science being awarded at Slovenian universities, namely to Ana Mayer in the field of chemistry.
UNESCO International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence will open and establish a new Artificial Intelligence center in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Slovenia's exports decreased by 6% to EUR 13.2 billion in first five months of the year, while imports fell by 11.5% to EUR 12.5 billion, show Statistics Office data released on Friday.
The Slovenian government said it is banning the public gatherings of more than 10 people, as the number of new coronavirus infections in the tiny Adriatic state has begun to spike in the past days, similar to other European countries.
Word has already got around about the Russian dacha as a wonderful historic villa and a destination at the gates of Ljubljana. It is located in the village of Zg. Gameljne at the foot of Ljubljana’s local mountain, the Šmarna gora. Four exceptional female cooks and an exceptional location.
The European Golf Association has picked Slovenia to host the European Ladies Amateur Championship, which will be one of the largest international sporting events in Slovenia this year.
Are you planning to study abroad? Choose an internationally recognized education in Slovenia that will pave the way for a successful career. Slovenian universities continue to accept applications for admission.
Various Slovenian cultural NGOs, institutions, festivals and artists are joining forces in a campaign called We are #Open for Culture, a joint platform aimed at raising awareness about the importance of culture. A series of events and action projects will highlight the role of creative endeavours in tackling current and future issues.
The government lowered the number of persons allowed in public gatherings from 500 to 50 in a correspondence session on Monday. The only exception will be official events licensed by the National Institute of Public Health. The government also indicated stricter oversight of quarantine orders.
The wait is finally over as the prestigious french restaurants guide Michelin finally revealed the first-ever Michelin Stars in Slovenia.