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What to see in Ljubljana —
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18 places to visit in Ljubljana

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#1Bled islandBled island

The island on Bled Lake is 10 kilometers from Ljubljana. The lake is surrounded by the Julian Alps and forests.

#2Vintgar gorgeVintgar gorge

Mountain gorge is 1,6 kilometers long with the Radovna river flowing inside; a foot path against its walls takes travellers to breathtaking places.

#3Bled CastleBled Castle

One of the oldest castles in Slovenia is placed at the height of 135 meters. The observation deck on the territory offers fabulous view of Lake Bled.

#4Dragon BridgeDragon Bridge

Formerly the bridge was wooden; in 1895 severe earthquake demolished it and concrete bridge was constructed with third highest arch in Europe at that time and dragons, the city symbol.

#5Tivoli City ParkTivoli City Park

In the biggest city park of Ljubljana you'll find Tivoli Castle, Cekin Mansion and sport complex with pretty large ice rink.

#6Triple BridgeTriple Bridge

Ensemble of three walking bridges connects two main squares of the city: Town Square and Prešeren Square.

#7Town HallTown Hall

Town Hall building is actually the seat of the City Municipality. In the arched courtyard of the Town Hall the Fountain of Narcissus is placed.

#8Ljubljana CastleLjubljana Castle

Castle of XII century - one of the symbol of the city - overlooks Ljubljana from the highest point of Slovenian capital.

#9Postojna CavePostojna Cave

The length of the world's longest solutional cave is 24 kilometers, and only 4 are open for visiting. You can take excursion tram running inside the cave.

#10Ljubljana CathedralLjubljana Cathedral

The main cathedral stands on Cyril and Methodius square in the historical city centre. People say while building the construction lime was mixed with wine to fasten better.

#11Predjama CastlePredjama Castle

Medieval castle stands on the edge of 123 meters high rock. In XII century knight Erasmus Luegg owned it, now the castle is a popular spot.

#12TriglavTriglav

Triglav is the highest peak of Slovenia. 2864 meters high symbol of the country is depicted on the national emblem and flag.

#13Metelkova CityMetelkova City

Centre of the alternative culture in former barrack. This is the place musicians and deejays from all over the world come to give concerts.

#14Emona House Archaeological ParkEmona House Archaeological Park

The park keeps ruins of 2000-year-old town, Roman wall and Early Christian Centre. Entrance fee is €4.

#15National Museum of SloveniaNational Museum of Slovenia

The museum places artefacts of Slovenian history: flute made by Neanderthalers 45 000 years ago, golden decorations of the Bronze Age and pagan statuettes.

#16Cobblers' BridgeCobblers' Bridge

Walking bridge across the Ljubljanica river used to be a place of shoemaker's shops. Shoe installations here remind of it. From the bridge you'll see Ljubljana Castle.

#17The LjubljanicaThe Ljubljanica

The river that is 41 kilometers long flows through the historic centre of Ljubljana. About 20 kilometers of its waters run under ground.

#18Terme Catez resortTerme Catez resort

Thermal resort is one hour drive east from Ljubljana. On the territory there are 11 boreholes with thermal water, a lot of covered and opened pools with attractions, hotels and restaurants.

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