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  • The most interesting churches in Ljubljana

    by Inga Batur

    If you visit Ljubljana's city centre there are two churches you won’t be able to miss – Saint Nicholas’s Cathedral and the uniquely coloured pink Church of the Annunciation located on the Prešernov trg square. But if you like a good story, appreciate interesting architecture and history there are more churches in the capital of Slovenia that you can visit. Here are the ones that I’d recommend.

  • Follow the Ljubljanica River and discover a new perspective on the green Ljubljana

    by Eva Gale

    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 …

  • School is still in Session at the Slovenian School Museum

    by Inga Batur

    Nobody wants to think about school on their vacation, right. School is boring and you want to have fun on your travels. Slovenian School Museum might just change your mind.

  • Five reasons why you should visit the Museum of Architecture and Design

    by Eva Gale

    I’m fairly certain visiting museums and galleries is one of the top priorities for you, when visiting a new city. Ljubljana has a bunch of them, which you probably already know, but let me tell you a little secret. The non-centre part of town, can be pretty remarkable too. This is why I love to visit the Museum of Architecture and Design. It’s a great place if you’re into architecture, graphic or industrial design, so without further ado, here are my five reasons why should you consider visiting MAO.

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