DT Slovenia, regional branch office of Dubrovnik Travel DMC and your Slovenia DMC partner, specializes in the organization and orchestration of meetings, incentives, exclusive groups and events. With its team of highly trained, multilingual and experienced young professionals, in their Ljubljana office, DT provides complete support to clients and partners throughout Slovenia and its neighbouring countries.

Since its establishment as an international spin-off of its successful and internationally recognized parent company DT Croatia, DT Slovenia has successfully operated all contracted programs, delivering a full range of service to its clients, while bringing innovative ideas to the table in order to exceed expectations. Our specialized services cover every aspect of program development and execution from the earliest planning stage through to the final day of the event.

Destination Highlights

Slovenia is both a mountainous and coastal country in central Mediterranean Europe. A relatively small country with beautiful nature and rich historical landmarks. A  hidden gem for the meeting and events industry with superb venues for any event. DT Slovenia DMC specializes in organisation of corporate incentives, team building,  meetings and other unique events. Find a wide variety of special venues for your meetings, corporate incentives and team building events. DT Slovenia provides  comprehensive destination management services that will make your events successful and memorable. With in depth local knowledge, your programs will be created  in order to deliver a unique overall experience.

For detailed information: www.slovenia.si

Unique Selling Points

  • Ljubljana: The capital city with its Baroque old town center, castle and vibrant social life for both corporate organizations and leisure travel
  • Central Post Office Ljubljana: Perfect harmony of old & new with a glass-covered atrium that offers a truly elegant setting for gala dinners or crowded receptions
  • Tivoli Mansion Ljubljana: This 17th-century mansion is perfect for outdoor organizations that can be arranged for large groups.
  • Kranjska Gora: Slovenian Alps
  • Bled and Bohinj Lakes: Blended with the nature, with hotels equipped with state-of-the-art technological equipment for corporate organizations and meetings
  • Portoroz and Piran: The coastline called Istra region, where Slovenia's luxurious resorts are located.


  • Skiing: Kranjska Gora Slovenya Alps
  • Fishing Academy: Portoroz Piran
  • Cycling
  • Glamping: A brand new camping concept 
  • Caving

Fun Facts

  • Slovenia is a country dotted with picturesque natural wonders. It has the highest number of caves (more than 10,000) in the world and more than half of the country is covered with forests.
  • Slovenia by some estimate has a winery for every 70 people.
  •  Bears and forests are abundant in the country.
  • The world’s largest ski jump is in Slovenia. It has been a site of 60 world record jump. 

General Information and Climate

  • Non-stop flight time from Istanbul to Ljubljana is around 2 hours 30 minutes.
  • Schengen visa is required for Turkish citizens.
  • The country has a continental climate of hot, dry summers – particularly in the south and east of the country – and bitterly cold winters. Summer is the best time to visit Slovenia, when the weather is at its most reliable, the full range of sights are open, and the country’s numerous festivals are in line. Skiing between December and March, and climbing, hiking and adventure sports between April and September – a visit to the mountain regions can be enjoyed at pretty much any time of the year.
  • The Slovenian cuisine is not uniform, but diverse and influenced by the diversity of Slovenian landscape, climate, history and neighboring cultures.
  • Slovenian cuisine can be divided into town, farmhouse, cottage, castle, parsonage, and monastic Slovenian cuisine. Soups are a relatively recent invention in Slovenian cuisine, but there are over 100.
  • In Slovenia, famous for its quality wines, the wine-making tradition goes back to the very beginning, the time of the Celtic tribes, and even today, the old methods are being used in wine-making.