Tour of Slovenia ready for 30th birthday bash

Slovenia's biggest cycling race, the Tour of Slovenia, is celebrating 30 years this year. With Slovenian cycling making waves on the world stage, the race has attracted increasingly strong international fields in its mid-June slot. The organizers are promising another hotly contested affair with a palette of hilly stages this year.

Business and sport converge in Slovenian-flavoured events in Dallas

Dallas, the third largest city in Texas and the fourth largest metropolitan area in the US, is currently the place to be to learn more about Slovenia's investment, business and tourism opportunities while enjoying an NBA match featuring no other than Luka Dončić.

Slovenian prime minister visits Ukraine

Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob paid an unannounced visit to Ukraine on 31 March, his first to the war-torn country. Talks with President Volodymyr Zelensky and Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal focused on Slovenia's potential participation in the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine and the country's progress towards EU and NATO membership.

Trade with UK brisk despite Brexit

Trade between Slovenia and the UK remains brisk despite obstacles that are the result of Brexit. Britain remains an attractive destination for Slovenian companies due to its openness to innovation, premium prices, a large market, connections with the rest of the world, and a reliable business environment.

Orto Fest for rockers of all ages

Ljubljana's celebrated rock club Orto Bar will host the 23rd iteration of the Orto Fest from 30 March to 29 April. The 2023 line-up features 20 Slovenian and 10 foreign bands, many of which are well-known crowd favourites.

Opening the festival will be the popular Slovenian rockers Big Foot Mama, who will soon be followed by Dan D, described by some as Slovenia's Pearl Jam.