On the occasion of this year’s World Tourism Day, 27 September, investments have been identified as one of the key priorities for tourism’s recovery and future growth and development. Being a part of world tourism, Slovenia also celebrates World Tourism Day.
This year’s World Tourism Day is focusing on the slogan “Tourism and Green Investments”. The World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) wishes to emphasise the importance of more and better-targeted investments for people, planet and prosperity.
- Slovenia's Lake Bled, often named as the planet's most photogenic lake, has been included in the top 10 of Lonely Planet's Ultimate Travel List. Photo: Jošt Gantar/www.slovenia.info
- World Tourism Day was declared in 1979 by the UNWTO General Assembly, of which Slovenia is an active member state. Many events organised by municipalities and tourist associations will take place in Slovenia on World Tourism Day. Photo: Nino Verdnik/www.slovenia.info
- You can learn about the mysteries of the halls of Ljubljana Castle and the building’s underground secrets or attend an experience tour of the history of Ljubljana exhibition. Photo: Dražen Stader/www.slovenia.info
- Ljubljana Tourism organised Ljubljana Tourism Week, an event featuring free visits to institutions, attendance at art workshops in museums, various performances, etc. Photo: Nikola Jurišič/www.slovenia.info
The vision of Slovenian tourism
Slovenia is a green and diverse country. Accordingly, Slovenian tourism is concentrated on boutique tourism, green and healthy environment and sustainable development.
One of the challenges presented by the unstable situation in the world is integration. As a result, Slovenia is directed towards innovative and creative tourism.
- Štanjel is the medevial village at the Karst Plateue in the Municipality Komen. Photo: Dejan Suc/www.slovenia.info
- "Open kitchen" is one of a kind food market and one of the most popular culinary project. You can enjoy culinary adventure from all parts of the Slovenian cuisine every sunny Friday from March until November. Photo: Jošt Gantar/www.slovenia.info
- Ptuj Foto: Vid Ponikvar
This week, Slovenian towns invite visitors to view its many interesting sights and buildings and attend diverse events. Each town is unique, so do not miss an opportunity to get to know at least one of them somewhat better.
Date: 27. September 2023
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