Culture and etiquette
Slovenes are welcoming people, who are only too willing to help tourists. The predominant religion is Catholicism, and respectful attire (no sleeveless tops or above-the-knee skirts) should be worn inside churches and around religious sites. Although tipping is not obligatory, it is polite to round the bill up to a convenient figure in restaurants and when taking a taxi.
Everything you need to know before you set off.
Travel offers; book through Rough Guides
Planning your trip to Slovenia
Everything you need to plan where to go and what to do.
The latest articles, galleries, quizzes and videos.
A first-timer's guide to Central and Eastern Europe: 10 places to visit
Central and Eastern Europe are among the culturally diverse parts of the world, preserving a plethora of deep-rooted traditions. What’s more, large tracts of …
10 great winter destinations in Central and Eastern Europe
Forget the plummeting temperatures and long dark nights, winter is a hugely rewarding season in which to visit Central and Eastern Europe. Frozen rivers, frosty…
Bee tourism in Slovenia: the travel trend with plenty of buzz
You’ve probably never heard of apitourism, or even considered “bee tourism” to be a thing. But it is, and it’s a travel trend swarming all over Slovenia…