Blog - 2020 (10)
Did you know, this year’s Advent and Christmas time, from December 11, 2020, Slovenian tree will decorate the Vatican Square?
Decorating the Christmas tree is not a proper Slovenian tradition, however, since we have majority of Slovenia’s territory covered with woods - also spruce trees - the habit was soon accepted among Slovenians as well.
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The times and our habits have changed enormously in the last few months. The virus is among us and we need to take care of our and the health of people around us more than ever before. Travel has stopped almost all around the globe and we need to think about new opportunities.
Just seeing Lake Bled in the photos it becomes clear why it has been a favourite wedding destination for centuries. Today, the traditional spirit of this remarkable location is complemented by a touch of modernity, but still sticking to its traditional look. Close your eyes and picture the most beautiful day of your life – your wedding day.
If you are traveling to Slovenia and you are a wine and food lover you chose the right place. Slovenia has already earned a great reputation due to its top-quality wines, making it one of the world’s top winemaking destinations, not to mention the six Michelin starred restaurants.
Ljubljana - the capital of Slovenia is comparing to other capitals, with its 270 000 inhabitants, quite a small city.
Well, 100 years ago, was even smaller and had a more rural status. Today, small villages on the outskirts of the city became a part of the center. However, there are some parts of them that still managed to keep their authenticity and give us a chance to interpret the life once upon ago and today.
From farm to table, local production, local produce, all these expressions are a bit odd for us Slovenians. Would you like to know why?
Well, as we mentioned in one of our previous blogs, Slovenia is rich on fresh water. There is not much fertile land. The greatest part of the country is rocky; there is plenty of limestone terrain. Just a tiny part in the most Northeastern part of Slovenia is easy to be cultivated and is excellent for agriculture.
Have you heard, Slovenia is the third greenest country in Europe? Travelling along the country is a balm for your eyes: green, green, green. No matter, higher Alps, lower Dolenjska, flat Pannonia terrain or lime stone terrain on the south west of Slovenia. Our new Slovenian slogan is called: green- active – healthy.
One of the most arcaic languages in the world
Have you heard of dual? Most probably, in your language, you use singular and plural only. Well, our mother tongue is exceptional: between one and two or more, we put another form, which we call dual.
Did you know, that Slovenia is one of the rare countries in the world that recognized the access to drinking water is a basic human right? That is how we rendered any privatization of water resources impossible. The water resources are managed by the state.
Whenever travelers plan their trip, rises up the key question: what are we going to drink, do we need to boil the water, where do we buy bottled water, how much, does it cost, etc.)
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