The first day of one of the largest and most important tourism trade fairs in the world, the ITB Berlin (Internationale Tourismus Börse) concluded with a ceremony of prestigious awards to the best destinations from the Global Top 100 Sustainable Destinations list. This year Ljubljana won in the Best of Cities category, receiving the award for its best practice – the implementation of the Locally Grown Food Exchange (Borza lokalnih živil).Author: visitljubljana.com
At Ljubljana Tourism we are presenting our city as a destination accessible to the disabled, which is also one of our strategic objectives. Our goal is to bring the tourist services of Ljubljana even closer to the disabled by offering free rental of two electric attachments for wheelchairs at the Slovenian Tourist Information Centre (STIC) located at Krekov Trg 10. This is an innovative service since STIC is the first tourist information centre in Europe providing this option.Author: visitljubljana.com
The December edition of easyJet Traveler in-flight magazine has proclaimed Moustache Tour the best cycling tour in Europe among the 12 best alternative travel highlights in 2018 (#easyjetbestof). According to the editor Jonny Ensall, these awards highlight the “real experiences that gave us goosebumps this year.”Author: visitljubljana.com
Ljubljana received the sustainable tourism award in the European Capital of Smart Tourism competition
Ljubljana won the sustainable tourism award within the first European Capital of Smart Tourism competition. Petra Stušek, the managing director of Ljubljana Tourism, and Željko Gudžulić, the smart city manager of the Municipality of Ljubljana, received the award yesterday at a ceremony in Brussels. In addition to that, Petra Stušek was also representing Ljubljana in a panel on the circular economy.Author: visitljubljana.com
Ljubljana wins the sustainable tourism award in the European Capital of Smart Tourism 2019 competition
Ljubljana was declared the winner of the sustainable tourism award within the first European Capital of Smart Tourism competition. A panel of independent experts and representatives of the European Commission and the European Parliament decided so yesterday in Brussels on the basis of Ljubljana's candidature, presenting our capital city's most important measures and plans in the fields of sustainable development, accessibility, digitalization, cultural heritage and creativity.