Through the analysis of 733 articles of the newspaper Primorske novice, published between January 1991 and early March 2018, we can in detail observe the development of tourism in the Goriška brda Hills. In the first few years, the tourism developed quite slowly, but after the turn of millennium, it began to grow faster by day. For its growth the Municipality of Brda was largely responsible. The municipality provided financial support, took care of promotion, opened a tourist information centre and an Institute for Tourism, Culture, Youth and Sport Brda (ZTKMŠ). With the opening of the tourist information centre, they began to train tourist guides. ZTKMŠ focuses primarily on the tourist industry and takes care of diverse and good tourist offer. They have also created a tourist portal and at the border posts of Vipolje and Nebla opened shops and a tourist point. Various fairs, round tables and books are organized for promotion. The institute furthermore created a trade name Brda-the Land of Intoxicating Moments and opened a wine shop Vinoteka Brda. Initially, Brda were faced with a lack of overnight accommodation, but the number of accommodations increased with the following years and consequently the number of overnight stays increased. Now the tourists can stay at four hotels and at one of the numerous tourist farms, rooms and suites. Tourists can enjoy in art tourism, hiking, cycling, trekking with donkeys, lavender harvests and years ago even in motorcycling. The most interesting sightseeing points are the old part of the village Šmartno, the Vipolže Villa, Medana, Dobrovo Castle, Gonjača Lookout Tower and Sabotin. One can also visit a number of compelling events such as Cherry Festival, Rebula and Olive Festival, Brda and Wine Festival, the Feast of St. Martin’s Day and until 2010 Days of Poetry and Wine Festival. Tourism development in Brda is also connected to the neighbouring countries Austria and Italy. Together they realized quite a few projects. Brda Hills also received some distinguished awards and praise, which provided additional promotion. Still, there are two unrealized tourist potentials-the Brda Spa and a museum. In the newspaper, despite the large number of information, we do not get all of it or the information is insufficient.