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Highlights in Ljubljana
- Ljubljana Castle
- St. Nicholas Cathedral
- Dragon Bridge
- Ljubljana City Museum
- Ljubljana Zoo
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Ljubljana
If you are looking for a tourist destination for your holidays in a beautiful city to live in, and where there are so many things to do and see, Ljubljana is definitely for you! Here, you can choose from numerous holiday rentals located in the historic city centre, or in the more modern part of the city, always located within the city centre, and therefore within walking distance of the historical and cultural points of interest of Ljubljana. You can also choose from numerous holiday rentals located near the Ljubljanica river, which divides the city in two, on the one hand the historical area and on the other the more modern area.Spacious holiday rentals with terrace
In thecentre of Ljubljana you will also find rentals at competitive prices to share with friends and within walking distance of the historic citycentre. Many rentals not only enjoy a privileged location near the city centre, but also have a garden with private swimming pool, panoramic balcony and children's facilities, to allow you a relaxing holiday and without sacrifices. You can choose holiday rentals or rentals suitable for large groups of people and families, or small and intimate houses, for a stay of romance!
Holidays in Ljubljana
Location and orientation
Ljubljana is the capital and most important city of Slovenia, located right in the heart of the country. The city is crossed by the river Ljubljanica, which divides it in two. On the one hand there is the oldest part of the city with monuments and places of historical interest, and on the other hand the most modern part of the city, recently built and full of museums and art galleries! The two areas of the city are connected by the Triple Bridge.The city centre and its timeless charm
If you are on holiday in Ljubljana, you can't miss the walk in the old part of the city. Here, you will notice the main feature of the city, namely the mixture of the Baroque style with the art nouveau! In the old part of the city, the Medieval quarter, where the Town Hall is located, is worth a visit. Here, you'll find numerous shops, shops and cafes with tables outside the restaurant, where you can stop in front of a cool drink, watching people as they stroll around the city. Here, you can also admire the oldest pedestrian bridge in the city, which dates from the thirteenth century, the Bridge of Shoemakers!
Travellers and related activities
The city of Ljubljana, is a city that integrates modern and ancient in its neighbourhoods, but here, you will also find very green! The city is, in fact, full of parks where you can take long relaxing walks. The Tivoli Park, which you will find in the citycentre, is the largest park in the city. It is worth a visit because here, you can take relaxing walks in direct contact with nature, along its long avenues lined with chestnut trees. Here, you can also do free body exercises in the open air, thanks to the availability, within the park, of some gymnastic equipment.Ljubljana for art lovers
If you love art, here in Ljubljana, you can visit the Slovenian Museum of Modern Art, which you will find at the Gallery of Modern Art. Here, you can admire works by Slovenian artists of the 20th century, which are part of a permanent exhibition, while within the structure also alternate with other exhibitions including new emerging artists. The Gallery is also a place for congresses, debates and studies. Also near the Tivoli Park, you will find the National Gallery of Slovenia, an ancient art gallery where you can admire works ranging from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century.
Did you know that the most important symbol of Ljubljana is the dragon? The figure of the dragon is present on the coat of arms of the city, on the flag and in some city works such as the Dragon Bridge!
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Ljubljana Castle was recently rebuilt, but it is worth visiting to admire the various exhibitions inside, including the museum "Slovenian History". The Castle is located on a hill, and you can reach it on foot with a nice walk in the woods, or with the funicular! When you arrive at the Castle, you can not miss the panoramic view offered by its tower, you can admire the whole city from above!2. Cathedral of St. Nicholas
You will find Ljubljana's only cathedral in the city centre, near the Triple Bridge. You'll recognize her by her green dome and the two towers. Inside you can admire paintings of the sixteenth century. It was built on the remains of a Romanesque church of the thirteenth century.3. Walk on the Dragon Bridge
Ljubljana is crossed by the Ljubljanica river, which divides it in two. The medieval part and the modern part of the city are joined by several bridges, which allow you to cross the river. One of these bridges is the Dragon Bridge, built in 1900 in Art Nouveau style. On its four corners you can admire the dragons from which it takes its name!4. Visit the Museum of the City of Ljubljana
If you love to discover the local culture and tradition, don't miss a visit to this museum. This is a history museum in Ljubljana, located in the centre of the Slovenian capital. Here, you can admire and discover the history of the city. You will also find a unique find in the world! This is a wooden wheel dating from 3350-3100 BC found during archaeological excavations in the Ljubljana Marshes, in the area of some piles. It would therefore be the oldest wheel ever found, dating back more than 5000 years ago!5. Trip to Ljubljana Zoo
If you are on holiday in Ljubljana with your family, you can't miss a trip to its zoo! Ljubljana Zoo is a 20-minute walk from the city centre, in Tivoli Park, the largest park in the capital. Here, fun is guaranteed. You will meet many very nice animals and the little ones can also come into direct contact with them, in the presence of staff and in safety. It will be an unforgettable experience for them!