Slovenia is a small state in Central Europe whose area is only slightly more than 20 thousand square km. Despite its more than modest size Slovenia amazes with the splendor and variety of natural landscapes, with a world of opportunities for the most diverse of recreation at any time of the year and an abundance of interesting sights. Here you will find beautiful beaches of the Adriatic Sea, picturesque Alps with excellent ski centers, as well as numerous balneological resorts, charming medieval towns, incredible beauty of karst caves and much more.
The reason why you should visit Slovenia
Slovenia is a hospitable country that is located in three climatic zones, therefore it is considered to be one of the best European health resorts. It is always open for tourists and is famous for its inviting atmosphere.
The main feature of the evening Ljubljana is the abundance of cultural events. The one of the oldest in the world Philharmonics is in the capital of Slovenia. Every year it hosts about 10,000 events, including concerts, theatrical productions and exhibitions of famous artists and craftsmen, as well as alternative and avant-garde artists.
Who might be interested in working in such a position in Slovenia?
Females whose age is between 18 and 30 years old can apply for strip vacancies for dancers with the duties of consumation, models of hostesses and at the same time expect an average salary of 1500 to 3000 EUR per month.
Until now, many historical and architectural monuments of different eras have survived in Slovenia. Getting acquainted with this amazing country and its rich history, perhaps, it is better to start with its capital – the medieval city of Ljubljana, stretched on the picturesque banks of the river Ljubljanica. The historical center of Ljubljana is of great interest, or the so-called Old Town, which is often referred to as the “little Prague”. Certainlythe famous Ljubljana Castle is worth visiting, which is located on top of the hill towering over the Old Town, the historic Town Hall on City Square and the Cathedral of St. Nicholas.