Ljubljana is the political, cultural center and combines the characteristics of the eastern and western regions of Europe. The city under the hill, is dominated by the Ljubljana Castle, boasts a vibrant cultural life, with numerous theaters, museums and art galleries, home to one of the world’s oldest philharmonics, many cinemas and more than 10 thousand cultural events a year.
Slovenia is an impressive country, characterized by its great variety. Here meet the alpine mediterranean worlds, the characteristics of the Pannonian world and one of the most particular landscapes in the world, the Karst. Slovenia is famous for its picturesque lakes, vast forests and underground caves, carved out of the limestone karst over millions of years. Beyond the natural beauties, it offers various opportunities for outdoor recreation, there are many cultural and above all architectural attractions, rich in gastronomic pleasures.