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Ljubljana Travel Guide

Ljubljana Attractions

Cathedral of St Nicholas

Cathedral of St Nicholas

The magnificent Baroque cathedral, dedicated to the patron saint of fishermen, dates from the early 18th century, but was renovated and had beautiful carved bronze doors added for the Pope's visit...

Joze Plecnik House

Joze Plecnik House

Architect Joze Plecnik is largely responsible for the city of Ljubljana being as neat and well-planned as it is, with his insistence on classical lines and uniform dimensions. The...

Ljubljana Castle

Ljubljana Castle

The imposing landmark castle towers over the city, offering spectacular views of the Ljubljana River and the attractive skyline of the old town, with the distant Alps providing a backdrop....

National Museum

National Museum

The impressive National Museum of Slovenia is housed in a lovely neo-Renaissance style palace, the most interesting and popular of Ljubljana's many museums. The permanent exhibition consists...

Ljubljana Zoo

Ljubljana Zoo

The quaint Ljubljana Zoo is situated in a forested area a short walk from the city centre. The small size of the zoo gives visitors a more intimate experience with opportunities to handle some of...

Tivoli Park

Tivoli Park

Tivoli Park is a massive wooded area in Ljubljana. The park covers an impressive five square kilometres and is the perfect place for a picnic or evening stroll. Tivoli Park is a popular place to...

Lake Bled

Lake Bled

Slovenia's most popular destination, the charming town of Bled exudes simply tourist appeal. Located just 45 minutes' drive from the capital Ljubljana, many tourists make Bled the focus of...

Postojna Cave

Postojna Cave

Slovenia's Postojna Cave is the most-visited cave complex in Europe, and in its history as a tourist sight has welcomed nearly 200 million visitors to gape at its incredible karst...

Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park

The only national park in Slovenia, Triglav National Park is named after the highest peak in the Julian Alps, Mount Triglav. Appearing on the Slovenian flag, the mountain is a symbol of national...

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