Cultural tourism Slovenia
Cultural tourism is defined as travel persons outside the residence with a view to the search for new experiences and experiences that meet their cultural needs. Cultural tourism also includes visits to cultural and historical sites in the distant and recent history of the tourist destinations, museums and galleries, churches, musical and theatrical events and performances, music and, more recently and visits to concerts of pop culture. That is considered to be cultural tourism motivated learning about cultural heritage, art and culture of life and work in the nation visited tourist area. Characteristics of demand for this type of culture is characterized by the fact that it is a broad spectrum of tourists covering different age groups and education, but with an indication that interest in culture increases with age. Cultural tourism is a younger branch of tourism that emerges from the needs of all educated tourists and their needs work on myself, learning and entertainment needs through introducing the history and tradition, and is motivated by the creative cultural activities related to the activities that have been preserved from the past such as learning traditional skills through cultural tourism product with religion, gastronomy and tourism literature or contemporary art production.
Slovenia has a surface of 20 251 km². The Republic of Slovenia has a border with Austria on the north, on the north-east with Hungary, on east and south with Croatia an on the west side with Italy. Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia and it’s spreads along the Ljubljanica river.
There are 28 peaks and mountains above 2.500 m of hight, the highest peak is the Triglav with it's 2.864 m. The Alpine world is divided in 3 mountanious groups: Julian Alps, Karavanke and Kaminsko-Savinjske.
Slovenia in all his Dinaric-Charsic teritory has approximately 6.500 large and small debris caves and pits, about twenty of theme were addapted for tourist visiting purposes. The most famous and visited caves are the caves of Postojna (19,50 km of cave galleries and pits); the most accessible are the Škocijanske jame (Škocijan Caves nad pits) which are signed in the UNESCO’s list of world natural heritage.
On the boundiaries of the Panonian valley there are many spring waters, creeks and rivers which create a numerous areas enriched with thermal water. Sixteen sources were...