KulKul Moment

Culture and cuisine walk hand in hand in Ljubljana. Only combined they make the city experience complete.

It can happen to you every day. But not everywhere. You can only experience it in Ljubljana. The moment when culture meets cuisine is when the KulKul moment takes place and an unforgettable experience awaits. Whether you immerse yourself in it on your own or in the company, the KulKul moment will make you discover a completely new taste of the city, one that is coupled with a vibrant cultural scene. And what does culture taste like in Ljubljana? What kind of a story lies behind the local culinary highlight?

Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), designer coffee in the Kavarna MAO cafe

In Ljubljana cultural culinary experiences reach out all over the city. Fužine Castle is home to the MAO, one of the oldest museums of architecture and design in Europe which was founded in 1972 as Ljubljana Architectural Museum and is nowadays an example of how museums can be transformed into dynamic institutions with new functions.

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International Centre of Graphic Arts and Breakfast with Art

When you walk up the picturesque Jakopič Promenade, designed by the architect Jože Plečnik, the path leads us up to Tivoli Castle which is home to the International Centre of Graphic Arts.

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Prešeren Square and Prešeren’s Figs

Stroll through the city and indulge yourself with a supreme chocolate-and-fig confection created by the Dobnik chocolate workshop and inspired by this famous story about France Prešeren.

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A walk to Ljubljana Castle and a delicious Tower Cake

In Ljubljana it could almost be a slogan: All roads lead to the castle! Visitors to Ljubljana enjoy every moment of the picturesque walk up the Castle Hill, which ends with the most spectacular view of Ljubljana from the top of the castle tower, at an elevation of 400 m above sea level.

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Kofetarica (Coffee-drinker) accompanied by Ljubljana coffee

Everyone knows the lady with the penetrating and benevolent look who stares at us from the wall of the National Gallery - Ivana Kobilca’s Kofetarica (Coffee-drinker) is probably Slovenia’s most famous work of art. And when did you last look her in the eye?

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The Emona / Maxi slice

In Ljubljana, many names exist for the juicy slice made of several layers of walnut pound cake, stuffed with rich vanilla cream and covered with dark chocolate.

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Tarragon lePotička and Slovene Ethnographic Museum

Potica is the queen of all Slovenian festive dishes. It comes with a number of different fillings and in Ljubljana, the tarragon potica is one of the most popular varieties. 

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Plečnik’s tea and honey gingerbread biscuits, then a visit to the Plečnik House

In May you can literally follow your nose through the city. Across its urban landscape, Ljubljana maintains a balance between the green and the built-up.

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