Do you like to mingle, dance like there's nobody watching and dream of diving into the wide-blue sea? If the answer is yes then you found the best solution how to do it. This travel summer university will take you to places you will never forget. You will learn different dances, chill on Maribor Island, European Night at the no. 1 football club in Maribor (NK Maribor), a scenic walk on the top of the Piramida hill, participate in masquerade ball in Ptuj, see the beautiful waterfalls in Plitvice, gladiator games in Zadar, participate in paintball, go on a boat trip to Kornati Islands, thematic parties and a lot more! Also, there will be a special dance party - its a surprise ;) Join us! 4 cities. Dance. Party. Fun. Beach. You might pass out but while you're here, dance until your feet blister and bleed, and your legs shake.
MariborWhy be the capital city of a country when you can be the capital of Štajerska (Styria) region. All who get to know it love it, nuff said… but seriously. Caught between the river Drava, Pohorje Mountain and Piramida hill, Maribor is the city where fun goes on vacation. The chilled out atmosphere in the city with the oldest vine on earth is something to experience and enjoy, while altogether hanging with the fun loving people of the city that will keep you coming back for more.
PtujPtuj is the oldest city in Slovenia and the center place of a ten-day-long carnival in the spring, an ancient Slavic pagan rite of spring and fertility, called Kurentovanje or Korantovanje. Kurent is believed to be the name of an ancient god of hedonism - the Slavic counterpart of the Greek Priapos, although there are no written records.
ZadarZadar, a coastal city in northern Dalmatia, is a charming city where history comes to life. Alfred Hitchcock called the sunset in Zadar the most beautiful sunset in the world (and we agree!).
This city is the home to unique attractions such as the Sea organ, an architectural object and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves, and the The Greeting to the Sun, an installation that shows a magical play of light in the Zadar evening.
PlitvicePlitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. The national park was founded in 1949. and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia.
The protected area extends over 296.85 square kilometres (73,350 acres).
In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register among the first natural sites worldwide. Each year, more than 1,200,000 visitors are recorded.