10 of the best incentive ideas in 2018
Fresh From The Oven – Carinthia Incentive Ideas Book
A new magazine, showcasing the remarkable destination of Carinthia and its capabilities for hosting incentive programmes had just been published.
Incentive idea – The Brothers Karamazov
Bratislava invites you to explore also the cultural site of the city! Have you ever thought about taking your incentive programme to the higher level, to combine educational perspective with the cultural one?
Street Food Park Bratislava
The Street Food Park might be a savior for all the foodies by heart. This regular street food event organized in front of the Old Market Hall is an ideal occasion for a casual get together with friends and have a tasty meal.
Meet. Walk. Talk. Eat. Drink. Repeat.
The Bratislava Food Tours team knows exactly were to take you to taste the real Slovak soul through delightful and tasty city walks.
Gourmet street food – not an oxymoron!
Ljubljana‘s city centre on Fridays sizzles with special flavours, colours and smells. Slovenia’s most popular open-air food market, Open Kitchen (Odprta kuhna), runs from late March to late October.
Glamping Resort in Maribor
Maribor is one of the few cities in the world that has a vineyard right in its centre. The Piramida hill is one of Maribor’s symbols and has been in close touch with wine-making from time immemorial.
10 Top Incentive Ideas in Šibenik
We are presenting a selection of 10 Top Incentive ideas in Šibenik which span from waters, to land, and all the way to historic and cultural monuments and traditions.
Take A Ride With A Yugoslav Legend
In Belgrade, one is up for some really special fun! The so-called Yugoslav history on four wheels, founded and managed by Yugotour, takes a legendary ride with the nostalgic Yugoslavian car: The YUGO!
River Festival at the oldest vine in the world
To showcase the importance and beauty of the Drava River, the Initiative for Drava organises the Drava Festival along– and on the river.
Rent a Valley – 24 Incentive Hours in Logarska Valley
Logarska dolina is a seven-kilometre-long valley where all the beauty of Slovenian’s alpine world comes together. The primeval and numerous natural features regularly attract organisers of boutique and protocol events.