Uroš is the digital content manager at Ljubljana Tourism. He is also a person who never gets tired of discovering new experiences in Ljubljana and its surrounding areas.

The Ljubljanica River is much more than just a river flowing through Ljubljana. It played a major role in the city’s past and today it offers exciting and relaxing experiences for people of all ages and interests. Find the activity which suits you best!

Slovenian underground legends Demolition Group will present their new album Pojdiva tja (Let’s Go There) in May at Kino Šiška.

The eldest son of Afrobeat and musical revolutionary Fela Kuti is returning with his new album One People One World, released in February.

The exhibition People from the Porcelain Factory is curated by the anthropologist, Ewa Klekot, and the ceramist, Arkadiusz Szwed.

The exhibition is a presentation of one of rare artists from the younger generation, who derives her work from modernist painting.

The exhibition is an overview of a long-term and still on-going project CODE:RED by the Slovenian artist Tadej Pogačar. He has been researching selected segments of prostitution, exploitation of workers, and sex work as a specific kind of grey economy, a world parallel to ours.

The exhibition presents state-of-the-art technological procedures in the production of ceramics and the latest trends in design. Three-dimensional printing enables the new use of ceramic materials other than traditional ceramic techniques.

The main, competition section of the Animateka international animated film festival will include short animated films produced in Eastern and Central Europe. Other festival sections and retrospective screenings will feature animated films from around the world. The films screened in the main section

Eco Fund, Slovenian Environmental Public Fund, has been promoting environmental investments for over a quarter of a century.