If you're in Ljubljana on a Sunday morning then I certainly recommend taking a walk through the Flea Market. The market can be found on Cankarjevo nabrežje which runs between the Triple Bridge and Cobbler Bridge on the Old Town side of the river and starts at 8am until 2pm. You can find all sorts of items such as antiques, art pieces, furniture, kitchenware and general bric-a-brac but what the most interesting items for me were items and memorabilia from the former Yugoslav republic such as coins, banknotes, stamps, medals, uniforms and such like. It was like walking through an open-air museum and is well worth a stroll through on a sunny Sunday morning.
what better way to spend a beautiful Sunday morning than browsing the stalls that line the river, filled with all manner of curios some very old, others not quite so old but interesting
I dont suppose getting a drum onto the plane home would be easy, but if you like a challenge why not try ? or you can sit and people watch from one of the cafes along the river
as will all flea markets dont forget to barter for something you really like, most stallholders will convert prices into euros for you
What to buy: look out for handcrafted jewellery we saw some really nice pieces
What to pay: prices for antiques and collectables were similar to UK flea market prices