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Sights and attractions

  • Top sights of Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is a picturesque city boasting a wealth of attractions. This short guide includes the most important ones – those that you simply cannot afford to miss.

  • Art Nouveau Ljubljana

    At the turn of the 20th century, a new artistic style referred to by several different names including Art Nouveau contributed significantly to the appearance of a number of European cities. In Ljubljana, it developed under the influence of the Viennese Secession (hence the local name "secesija") and found expression mainly in architecture.

  • Ljubljana, a romantic city

    Being a truly romantic city full of beautiful views and inspiring stories, Ljubljana is a perfect place for a romantic getaway.

  • Museums in Ljubljana and its surrounding areas

    Due to Ljubljana and Central Slovenia's rich and unique artistic and historical heritage, visiting the region's museums is quite an experience.

  • Famous churches

    The artistic and especially architectural legacy found in the Central Slovenia is intensely marked by the richness of the ecclesiastical art.

  • Historic houses and collections

    Historic houses and small museum collections offer the possibility of getting to know the local tradition and cultural heritage.

  • Baroque style Ljubljana

    Apart from creations by the architect Jože Plečnik, it was the Baroque that contributed most significantly to the architectural appearance of the present Ljubljana.

  • Green Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is the European Green Capital 2016 and the proud holder of a Tourism for Tomorrow 2015 award. Being a city with a green soul and a high level of environmental awareness, it has managed to preserve its green character to the present day.

  • Plečnik's Ljubljana

    The famous architect Jože Plečnik (1872-1957) tried to model Ljubljana on ancient Athens. The multitude of his creations in the city, referred to as a whole as "Plečnik's Ljubljana", is considered to be one of the 20th century's most important total works of art.

  • The river Ljubljanica and its bridges

    The river Ljubljanica, with its interesting bridges and picturesque old city centre embankments, is one of Ljubljana's most notable landmarks.

  • Castles and mansions

    In Ljubljana and Central Slovenia there are a number of beautiful castles, mansions, and palaces. The majority of the most famous ones have been renovated and are open to visitors.

  • Ljubljana's façades and monuments

    The buildings' façades and monuments in the old city centre of Ljubljana reflect styles from various periods of history combined in a unique way.

  • Free experiences in Ljubljana

    As the saying goes, the best things in life are free, for which reason we have put together a guide to free experiences that you can have in Ljubljana.