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Green is the colour of Slovenia, and its capital Ljubljana (pronounced Lube-lee-yah-na) celebrates the hue enthusiastically. Its literal greenness is immediately striking. The-tree ringed castle grounds, the turquoise river, the foliage-lined city walks and the stunning public parks create a fresh, clean environment you rarely experience in a capital city.
A decade ago, after generations of cobblestone gridlock, Ljubljana expelled cars from its historic center. The heart of the Slovenian capital (population 289,000) returned to medieval speed and is now a pedestrian-only district punctuated by Secessionist and Baroque buildings, and connected by legend-laden bridges along the Ljubljanica River.
Majestatyczny średniowieczny zamek, który stoi na królującym nad Lublaną Wzgórzu Zamkowym, jest dominującym punktem w panoramie stolicy Słowenii. Podobnie jak Wawel w Krakowie ta potężna budowla była nie tylko siedzibą władców, ale także przez wieki pełniła funkcje obronne. Dziś to przede wszystkim ciesząca się niesłabnącą popularnością atrakcja turystyczna.
Ljubljana is one of my favorite cities in Europe. It is small and quaint, yet packed with delicious restaurants, fun bars, and plenty of fun outdoor adventures within a one hour drive. Despite its status as a former Yugoslavia nation, remnants of the war really cannot be seen in Slovenia.
Our trip to Ljubljana would not have been complete without the Cycling and Culinary Tour in the Heart of Slovenia that we went on through Turizem Ljubljana. Although we had just taken the Taste Ljubljana Culinary Tour the previous day, the cycling and culinary tour took us outside of Ljubljana and into the surrounding farmlands.
For the second stop on mine and Diana's second annual sister trip, we decided to go to Ljubljana in Slovenia, a largely underrated travel destination. We were scheduled to take a direct bus from Rome to Ljubljana, but despite our best efforts to catch it, we ended up missing the bus.
When Grand Hotel Union first opened in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 1905, it was the only modern hotel in Ljubljana and the tallest building in the city. Today, it is impossible to miss this elegant and historical looking building in the heart of Ljubljana's city centre.
During our trip to Ljubljana, we had the privilege of spending one night at Hotel Park, a hotel awarded as the most eco-friendly in the entire city. This is significant especially in Ljubljana because the city received the award for European Green Capital of 2016.
I panorami di Lubiana ( Ljubljana ) e della Slovenia in generale, sono davvero bellissimi. E per poter ammirare al meglio i panorami di Lubiana cosa fare e vedere in 1 giorno ?