Slovenia, the region Central Slovenia and the capital Ljubljana are proud of their many beauties, which, sadly enough, visitors who are coming to Europe tend to overlook much too quickly. Thus, I invite you not to make the same mistake and to join me on our explorations: on foot, with your car, by bike, or mine by boat-just name it! Make sure to charge the batteries of your cameras and other "picture-taking" devices and together we will discover and enjoy our hidden jewels. As a local, I am going to make your stay here special and memorable!
Feel most welcomed and cozy in my city and its surroundings!
A Recent Review of this guide
Oh my goodness! Absolutely phenomenal! Mateja was an excellent guide! She was on time picking us up, and she took care of us the entire day. She was a wealth of knowledge about the area and was professional and friendly! The weather turned bad with snow and sleet, but she handled everything perfectly! I absolutely recommend her as a tour guide! This was well worth every euro we spent!
*Licenced TOUR MANAGER- Licence Nr:TS0715, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia
*LOCAL TOURIST GUIDE LJUBLJANA-Licence Nr:92, Ljubljana Tourism
*NATIONAL MUSEUM GUIDE licence
*Local tourist guide Regional park Ljubljansko barje
*DRIVER CUM GUIDE Licence for passenger transport Nr: 013271/001
*First aid ceritificate (renewed every 2 years, last 2017)
1991 Bachelor Of Economics At The University Of Rijeka, Faculty Of Hotel Management, Croatia (ex YU)
1994 Certificate In Business Administration, Swinburne University Of Technology, Melbourne, Vic, Australia, Work Placement:Tourist Resort Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island, Australia
2013: Bachelor's programme in Cultural History, University of Nova Gorica,Slovenia
2015: WorldFederation of TouristGuideAssociations Member & Accredited Trainer
2016: A licenced guide for National Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana
2016: President of Association of Regional Guides of Slovenia
2017: Federation of EuropeanTourist guideAssociations-Membe
I have a licence to guide you in our Slovenian National Museum (the oldest music instrument in the world is hold here)- would be very happy to do that! Entrance fee: 4 EUR paid on the spot