London-based travel specialist integrated agency, Black Diamond, has been appointed by the Slovenian Tourist Board as their PR agency for the UK following a competitive pitch process.
Visitors arriving in England from Thailand and Singapore will no longer be expected to isolate for 14-days from Saturday after both countries were added to the safe travel list.
Slovenia, which seeks to brand itself as one of the greenest and safest countries in Europe, has reopened to British travellers. Travellers can now visit without quarantining on arrival, or when touching down back in the UK.
Located in capital Ljubljana, the property will offer 151-rooms, conference space and convenient access to Cankarjev Dom, the largest cultural institution in the country.
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts continues its trailblazing heritage by opening the doors to InterContinental Ljubljana in Slovenia’s beguiling capital. The city is one of the latest rising stars in a hot list of emerging destinations in eastern Europe.
easyJet has launched a new route from London Gatwick to Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia. The new, year-round service commences December 5th and flights will operate four times per week Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Neil Slaven, easyJet commercial manager, commented: “We started flying to Ljubljana from London Stansted in April 2004 and since then it has proved to be a popular destinations for our passengers.”
Visitors to Slovenia often praise the friendly and welcoming atmosphere of this green, active and healthy country. It’s a reputation that has seen tourism in Slovenia contributing to approximately 13 per cent of the country’s GDP and one in eight Slovenian employees working in the tourism sector, which is above the European and global average.
InterContinental Hotels Group, together with Delta Holding, has revealed the signing of InterContinental Ljubljana. With 182 InterContinental Hotels & Resorts open worldwide and more than 50 hotels in the global development pipeline, IHG continues to expand the brand’s portfolio in the most sought-after destinations around the world.
Slovenia acts as an inspiration for many seekers of the sort of active lifestyle that ensures good health and wellbeing, not the least of numerous elite athletes from around the world.
In 2011, Slovenia was visited by 7 percent more tourists, who created 5 percent more overnight stays than in 2010, while the number of foreign tourists and their overnight stays increased by as much as 9 percent.