24 May 2019
  • 14:37 Tito’s magical birthplace
  • 11:24 Modern Warfare in uncertain times
  • 11:31 Slovenia’s ports and roads connect East with West
  • 13:25 Yaskawa robots factory starts production in Slovenia
  • 11:35 HOT TOPICS IN APRIL: Croatia’s unemployment drops further; Serbia’s press freedom continues to decline; Russia and Serbia to abolish roaming charges

Tito’s magical birthplace

If you’ve given up on waiting for the sun to show up in Slovenia so that you can head for the coast on your days off, consider a different kind of weekend escape – Staro selo museum in Kumrovec in Croatia, the birthplace of Yugoslavia’s president Josip Broz Tito. Explore the village and learn about […]

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Top Events in the Region in May

The Adriatic Journal team has put together a list of the best and most exciting events taking place in the region in the coming month. You can pick from a networking startup gathering, a fascinating orchestra experience, cranivals or even triathlon races taking place along the Montenegro’s scenic Bay of Kotor route. Druga godba Source: […]

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Top Events in the Region in April

Another month, another several options to attend an event of your interest in the region. Whether you’re interested in business, culture or sports, the Adriatic Journal has picked the best events taking place around the Balkans that are worth a visit. 32th Belgrade Marathon Source: Belgrade Marathon Location: Belgrade, Serbia DATE: 14 Apr 2019 The […]

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Ljubljana is not a shopping mecca, but it can become one

Delo’s Manja Pušnik spoke to Ljubljana’s deputy mayor Janez Koželj on the development of the city center and the role of the shopping tourism. They refer to him as the city’s architect, its urbanist, and some call him a visionary, while at municipality he is considered to be one of the greatest experts on Ljubljana’s […]

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Eastern Slovenia’s wine growing rennaisance

Wine connaiseurs would miss out by leaving out Štajerska from the wine tasting map. By Maja Cestnik Štajerska, in Slovenia’s northeast, is becoming a widely recognised white wine region. For a very long time, the area was mainly known for producing quality affordable white table wines that the locals mostly mixed with mineral water to […]

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Top Events in The Region in March

With sunny spring weather comes a perfect opportunity to visit some of the events happening in the region. Here’s Adriatic Journal’s choice of events definitely worth a visit this month: FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Kranjska Gora, 58th Vitranc Cup Location: Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Date: 9 – 10 Mar 2019 One of the toughest in […]

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Carnival season is in full swing

Have you ever wanted to be a spiderman or a catwoman? Or some other character from your favourite movie, or a cartoon? During the »Pust« season in cold winter months, you can become anything and anyone you want. The carnival season was in its peak this past weekend, and still going. Today, kids around Slovenia […]

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Meet one of the most popular capitals in the Balkans

Take a walk through the multi-ethnic Balkan city with rich architecture and turbulent history that was a former venue for the Winter Olympics and a very special location where you can taste a variety of culinary delights, including grilled sausages (sudžukica ), burek pies, potato pies, and stuffed peppers, while listening to traditional sevdah, ganga, […]

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This week Fabula opens the door

Like every spring in the last fourteen years, in 2019 Ljubljana will host the biggest literary festival in the country. From February 27th to March 9th, some of the world’s most famous and critically acclaimed authors will be coming to Cankarjev dom and some other locations across the city. The British novelist Rachel Cusk is certainly the […]

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Inspired by the Adriatic Journal: Boutique tourism in Slovenia that is definitely worth a try

Slovenia recently opened the doors of its first boutique hotel that is in line with the country’s green tourism strategy: a five-star Villa Planinka in Jezersko was restored by Marjan Batagelj, who also manages the Karst subterranean attraction, the Postojna cave. If you want a slightly different, yet green experience, we’ve put together some suggestions […]

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