Cycling the Trail of Remembrance and Comradeship takes you 70 years back, when during 23 February 1942 and 9 May 1945 Ljubljana was the only capital during World War II to be completely enclosed with a fortification system of wire barriers, fortified passages and bunkers. Some of these buildings remain to the day, particularly in the northern part of the city, and can be seen from the trail.
For many, though, the route is a place to relax and stay in shape. To that end, POT hosts all sorts of organised activities like long runs and marches along the historic barbed wire. The best part of the day to visit? If you’re like me and prefer peace and quiet, then definitely head out in the morning.