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I know you have seen them. Crazy donuts, cronuts, monster milkshakes and ice cream deliciousness. But do you know where in Ljubljana you can find sweets that are as pleasing to the sweet tooth as they are to the eye? Keep on reading.
Most true hikers would frown upon this suggestion for a hike. True, Rožnik hill is only 391-metre-high hill. But it's a pleasant change from the hustle and bustle of the crowded centre of Ljubljana. It also offers plenty of trails to choose from, enough shade to keep you cool even on the hottest of days and you can have refreshments on the top. Kids? They have a playground. So, what are you waiting for?
Travelling with your loyal pet isn't always easy, so you'll be happy to know, that there are many places in Ljubljana, where you can enjoy some quality time with your pup. Don't be afraid to bring him with you when getting lunch or coffee, when enjoying the sights or travelling by bus. I'm sure your dog will enjoy green Ljubljana as much as you'll do. Here are some tips on how to enjoy a fabulous day with your pooch.
With strikingly beautiful panoramic views, an enchanting green meadow stretches between towering peaks to the east and west and continues into a steep drop to the glacial Logar Valley to the north. At 1,900 m, Kamniško Sedlo is one of those easy half-day hikes that ends on a sunny terrace of a friendly hut in the middle of a mountain idyll, while also connecting with the neighbouring peaks through a myriad of trails. The best part? It’s less than 40 km from Ljubljana!
Rejoice, the cycling season is upon us! It’s time to stretch our legs, oil our bike chains and hit the road. Join us, why don’t you! Ljubljana is such a perfect place for exploring on a bicycle, but did you know, there are themed bike paths scattered around the city? Like the Waterfront Path which allows you to follow the Ljubljanica river along its course in search of hidden gems. Intrigued? Continue reading …
In the warm sunrise light, endless meadows speckled with purple bell-shaped flowers of the leper lily (Fritillaria Meleagris) and other little wild flowers sparkle in morning dew. Not too far away, deer chew on spring goodies, unaffected by the passing visitors. And as birds continue with their heart-warming melodies, I follow lonely paths deeper into the Ljubljana Marshes, my mind off and the batteries-recharging mood on.