Since the end of Communism, Slovenia has been continuously booming. Its 2 million inhabitants enjoy a high per capita income, 90% of the EU average. Therefore, there are plenty of business opportunities, especially in the area of foreign trade. With many hotels, Slovenia has become a tourist hub, offering many attractions. Its capital city, Ljubljana, offers quite a cultural experience - from walks across the Dragon Bridge, which is known by locals as "mother-in-law", to streets full of cosy Slovenian hotels.
Despite the fact that Slovenia is a relatively small country, there is quite a variety of landscapes, like the Julian, Kamink and Dinaric Alps, and in the southwestern part of the country there is a seemingly unspoiled area called "Kras". You can find inexpensive hotels in Slovenia everywhere, from which you can wander into splendid scenes of nature. If you only want to explore business aspects in this small country, visit the largest Furniture Fairs in Ljubljana, it is the only event of its kind in the furniture industry. Meet your business peers in many of Slovenia's hotels.