Little secrets of cobblestone streets
Mornings or afternoons, or any time in between Ljubljana is always charmingly welcoming you to join its relaxed pace of Central European Metropole. Small in size, but huge in what it can offer to dear guests. Our Slavic soul on the crossroads of neat German and laid back Mediterranean cultures always knew how to play your strings.
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Ljubljana, Congress Square, south east corner
Fountain Area in front of Ljubljana University building
10:00 / 14:00 / 17:00 Daily, All year
Small group approach with carefully planned pace, where experienced local guide, your host Ljubljana’s local will welcome you at designated location for an informative walk through Ljubljana’s best sights introducing you to this Central European Metropole.
Ljubljana – small in size but great in what the city can offer to its visitor. Actually this is the greatest charm, everything being on a walking distance; history or society, past or present, interesting architecture, squares and bridges, plenty of greenery and a bit of future with its sustainability and green approach towards the life pursuing a zero waste objective.
In 2016 Ljubljana impressed the Jury by the significant transformation in sustainability becoming European Green Capital – judge it yourself!
Let us walk through banks of Ljubljanica River over numerous bridges with distinctive names offering you even more interesting stories behind the architecture: The Dragon Bridge – revealing a Greek legend of Argonauts and Jason stealing the Golden Fleece; The Butchers’ Bridge – decorated by Ancient mythology and Biblical stories, where you can seal your love padlock, leading you into Ljubljana Open Market – a place where locals meet and shop; interesting Triple Bridge – practical solution of Ljubljana born son, architect Plecnik,
The Cobbler’s Bridge – where bakers were punished cheating on a loaf size…
Crossing Congress Square where Great Powers were settling international disputes after Napoleonic Wars, passing by University of Ljubljana and the Slovenian Philharmonic buildings , stepping into local Cathedral and medieval courtyards of City Hall and buildings like NUK (National Library) with elaborate Plecnik architecture and there is much more…
Being a capital city on crossroads of Europe, connecting north and south, east and west, there is always something to talk about, if not about our friends, we learned from our conquerors. And of course, we will share up to date local gossip with you!