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  • Author: visitljubljana.com

    Petra Stušek Elected Vice-president of ECM

    At the International Conference and General Assembly of the international organisation European Cities Marketing, which took place in Dubrovnik on 31 May, mag. Petra Stušek, managing director of Ljubljana Tourism, was elected Vice-president of the Board. This high-level position within the reputable organisation will raise Ljubljana’s profile as a successful and sustainable tourist destination, whereas its representative will hold a decision-making role on the future of European city tourism.

  • Author: visitljubljana.com

    The official blog Stories launched at Visit Ljubljana website

    Foreign visitors will from now on be able to discover the beauties and read about the most interesting experiences in Ljubljana and in Central Slovenia through the eyes of the locals. The new section, simply named Stories, can be found on the official website www.visitljubljana.com, and offers advice provided by local bloggers on what to see and do.

  • Author: visitljubljana.com

    Point For.You by Ljubljana, the European Green Capital 2016 wins the Conventa Best Event Award

    The information point of Ljubljana - European Green Capital 2016 named Point. For You. has won the prestigious Conventa Best Event Award 2016 in the B2C communication category.

  • Author: visitljubljana.com

    Ljubljana hosts the 23rd Golden Drum

    The 23rd Golden Drum International Festival of Creativity, organised from 18–21 October 2016 by the Slovenian Advertising Chamber, is relocating from Portorož straight to the Ljubljana Castle in Ljubljana after 22 years. The festival has transformed from an advertising event to a celebration of creativity and the competition programme has also changed.

  • Author: visitljubljana.com

    Ljubljana receives two awards from the Tourism association of Slovenia

    At yesterday's “My Country – Beautiful and Hospitable 2016” (Moja dežela – lepa in gostoljubna 2016) ceremonial event, carried out under the auspices of the Tourism Association of Slovenia, Ljubljana received two awards: first place in the larger cities category and first place in the city centres category. It was highlighted that Ljubljana is increasingly becoming a city tailor-made for its inhabitants and nature.