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We are introducing Slovenia’s most attractive tourist offers for visitors from abroad. In general, foreign visitors are mostly drawn to the most famous places, like the Lake Bled resort, Ljubljana castle, Postojna cave, the coastal town of Piran etc. But the project Slovenia’s hidden gems aims to remind our audiences of the many other excellent locations and experiences that are also a must, in order to get a deeper feel of the country’s rich traditions, including cuisine, culture and other ...
 
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Our last show of the season takes us to the Prlekija region in NE Slovenia. We sent an American-Canadian couple, NINA & ADAM, to spend 2 days there exploring a tourist offer dubbed ''EXPERIENCE LJUTOMER'', coordinated by the TIC Jeruzalem and Municipality of Ljutomer. The couple wandered between hills and vineyards discovering a number of hidden ge…
 
Yumei from Singapore & Gregor Strnad from Slovenia were our RSI scouts this week. We sent them to the Kozjansko region to test the two-day package A trip along the apple trail.Yumei and Gregor enjoyed great food and the company of the local people and they slept like king and queen in a castle. If you want to find out more about their two-day stay …
 
Adam Bangay from Canada & Mateja Henigman from Canada/Australia/New Zealand/Slovenia were our RSI scouts sent to the green Karst region to test the two-day package Explore the Wonders of Nature. According to Adam and Matejathis region is truly a hidden gem of Slovenia and if you like to get off the beaten path and see lesser-known sights, this regi…
 
Our latest show takes us to the Pohorje mountain ridge, to a town called LOVRENC NA POHORJU. According to our South-African couple, FABIO DE DOMINICIS & LAURA CAETANO, the hospitality, generosity and kindness of the locals second to none.The couple says their two days of testing the offer ''With a Prekljauzn on Pohorje - From Puščava to Lovrenc lak…
 
''We felt relaxed as we walked among the horses and felt safe as we participated in our very own Western movie with a Slovenian horse whisperer by our side.'' ...''So, in the end, we had to rush towards the farm where we’d spend the night. On our way over, the ex-pat was practicing a sincere Slovene apology: 'Oprostite ker sva pozna. Imela sva sede…
 
Our latest edition of Slovenia's Hidden Gems takes us to the north-eastern Rogla-Pohorje tourist destination. Jon and Nevenka Butterfield, were delighted to test the one-day package Explore, feel, enjoy Rogla-Pohorje tourist destination.The package offered historic sites, such as the Carthusian Monastery Žice, and the old Laundry in Oplotnica, good…
 
Our 4th show took us to the east-central part of Slovenia, to a town called Sevnica and a smaller one, called Šentjanž. The package was coordinated by the Assosiation for culture, sports, tourism and youth activities Sevnica. Scouting the area with its numerous flavors and tastes was a UK couple, Annette & Steve Loveland. Check out their photos and…
 
Sona Shaji from India and Kevin Rodriguez from Colombia, our Radio SI scouts, were sent on the mission to test the ”Lisjak Gourmet Vintage Tour” offering an olive oil ‘training course’ mixed with a journey along the hidden corners of the coast with vintage vehicles. Find out more about their adventure on Wednesday July 1st at 11:20 am and listen to…
 
Our Spanish-Slovenian couple, FERNANDO & MANCA, was testing an offer coordinated by the Association for tourism and culture Kočevje dubbed ''Feel and experience the forest of Kočevsko – wild, but nice'' recently. What do spiders taste like? What kind of food can we survive on in the wilderness? Check out the project's website to check some photos f…
 
Slovenia's Hidden Gems 2020 Finalist #1Slovenia's Hidden Gems is back! Season 3 has started and Radio SI is again searching for excellent tourist offers and experiences - away from the crowded and well-known tourist spots in Slovenia. Opening season 3 are our Radio SI Scouts Tim Konrath and Ana Pogačar. They visited Kobarid and tested the package: …
 
Neil travels to Cabrach, described as 'a remote, sparsely populated upland area between the Cairngorms and the Moray Firth in the old county of Banffshire' which was once a 'thriving hub of an illicit whisky industry', and discovers more about the regeneration project to develop a working historical distillery and heritage centre and hears incredib…
 
In Dufftown there lies a hidden history gem in local guest house, Tannochbrae. Discover more about the guest house in the latest episode of the History Scotland podcast. Tannochbrae is a place perhaps best associated with the fictional village introduced to us through A.J. Cronin’s short stories, Dr Finlay’s casebook. It was described as “a snug li…
 
In this special podcast episode to mark the centenary of the Treaty of Versailles, Neil travels to the Palace of Versailles, just outside Paris, and reflects on the Scottish connections with this famous peace treaty, which finally brought an end to the hostilities that had shaken Europe in the previous years.…
 
In talking with Jayme Cellitioci, National Inventors Hall of Fame, and Ethan Smith, SmithFly in Troy, OH, we discuss the importance of failure, how nature inspires inventions, and personal experiences with inventions and inventors. Learn about the Great Miami Riverway's most famous inventions from 1903 all the way through today.…
 
A conversation with Ayesha McGowan, Caroline Misick, and Frankie Brown about diversity and visual representation in cycling. Ayesha McGowan is on a mission to add color and numbers to women's cycling through her journey to become the first African-American professional road cyclist. Caroline and Frankie join us from the Dayton Chapter of the Major …
 
Teenage brothers Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam (Corey Haim) move with their mother (Dianne Wiest) to Santa Cara, California. While Sam meets a pair of kindred spirits in geeky comic-book nerds Edward (Corey Feldman) and Alan (Jamison Newlander), the angst-ridden Michael soon falls for Star (Jami Gertz) -- who turns out to be in thrall to David (Ki…
 
We take a visit to Dundee, first stopping off at the 120-year-old Malmaison Hotel (formerly Tay Hotel) in the city, and speak to GM Roula Samaha about the history, future and location of the building, just metres from the city's rejuvenated waterfront and the V&A Dundee.Par History Scotland - www.historyscotland.com
 
Bob Irvin, President of American Rivers, and Rob Rohr, Market Vice President at Cox Media, talk about the Great Miami River and its impact on economic development, community, and revitalization. "Rivers and clean water really are the lifeblood of our communities and our economy. In your community, the Great Miami Riverway and the Buried Valley Aqui…
 
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