One of the most famous tourist spots in Slovenia is the picturesque Lake Bled. It is situated at the foot of the Julian Alps; about 55 km northwest of Ljubljana. Bled can be reached by train or bus.... more
-Very popular daily hiking path is this 667m high Smarna gora hill. Only 9 km from Ljubljana, this hill is very siutable for recreation and for meeting friends. At the top, there are a Mary's chapel... more
Tivoli Park in Ljubljana is nothing like the other Tivoli Park I've been to in Copenhagen, no amusement park, very few people but it's a nice green space on the edge of town should you be looking for... more
On my way back from Bled to Ljubljana I took a break in the quaint town Skofja Loka, which is well worth seeing for a day trip. It is located at t the Selska Sora river about 25 km northeast of... more
Fuzine castle (and the whole area of Fuzine suburb, about 6 km to the east of city centre) is named after ironworks that once stood there. The castle dates from 16th century. There is architectural... more
A small hill Roznik, favorite destination for a walk.
A very long tradition has visiting Roznik on 1st May - the Labour day.
Rpznik was a place where some time lived our greatest writer Ivan Cankar. more
It is quite feasible to take a day trip to Zagreb by train. Journey time is just over 2 hours.
With the summer 09 timetable you could leave Ljubljana at 08.15 to be in Zagreb about 10.30. The
More than a cemetery. The newer part of Zale, the biggest cemetery of Ljubljana, is in my opinion a superb architectural creation. As you encounter it, you're quite unlikely to recognise a cemetery at... more
OK, this is not Muenich, its Ljubljana, so don't expect much. This is just a small House of Experiments that allows you to interract with some things (like creating giant bubbles etc.) and learn some... more
From 1951 to 1957 the complex of Križanke was altered by the greatest Slovenian architect Jože Plecnik, afterwards it became a center for cultural activities.
According to Plecnik's design, the porch... more
ZBILJE is a small village outside Ljubljana in the direction toward MEDVODE - KRANJ. It is one of many lakes Slovenia has that is closest to the capital. It is a popular destination for families with... more
Rasica is a village on the hill to the north of Ljubljana. It is reachable by bike or by combination of car and walking. There is tower on the top of that hill that gives a great opportunity to see... more
Across the river from the old town, go to the big market. They sell a lot of food here and other things. Especially the vegetables and the fruit place was lovely....it smells so good, and taste even... more
Ljubljana is one of the most relaxing capital city's I've ever visited. The city is fairly quiet with not that many local people walking around and also not much traffic clogging up the streets. Yes...
Ljubljana is the cultural, political, commercial and educational centre of Slovenia. From 1991 it is the capital of the newly sovereign Republic of Slovenia.
The long history of the town starts with...
In 1999 I have moved to Ljubljana from Zagreb. Meanwhile I have visited some other places and I have also spent almost a year living in Vienna. This gives me a good chance to compare these places and...