Paysages vallonnés et bucoliques, forêts à perte de vue, chalets de bois traditionnels aux balcons fleuris, églises garnies de bulbes, la Slovénie enchante par sa biodiversité et la densité de ses forêts. La Slovénie, perle de l’Europe Continue reading “La Slovénie, perle de l’Europe”
Enter Canitravel.net, a comprehensive, user-friendly guide to Covid-19 travel restrictions worldwide—to the rescue. The concept is simple: click on the homepage, just input your nationality/residency, departure country, destination, and vaccination status in the search bar, and voilà—your proposed destination appears, coded with one of three traffic lights (green: open; orange: open with restrictions; and red: closed) and accompanied by a slew of helpful information including applicable travel advisories, local COVID-19 statistics, internal travel restrictions, etc. All data sources are also included.Continue reading “User-friendly guide to Covid-19 travel”
Did you know that area of Slovenia has always been interesting as a region to live in? Especially in the alps, the found artifacts proved that people inhabited this high-altitude region of the Alps already some 3500 years ago. The First People of the Alps.Continue reading “The First People of the Alps”
If you are already living in Slovenia or if you want to move to Slovenia, it is good to know some basics of the Slovenian language. Some Facts About the Slovene Language.
If you want to learn it properly then it is very difficult. Probably because it is very special. The Slovenian language was the first written Slavic language and is considered to be one of the most archaic languages in Europe. Continue reading “Some Facts About the Slovene Language”