Things to do

Ljubljana and Central Slovenia, with their wealth of cultural and historical sites, scenic countryside and stunning nature spots, offer an opportunity to enjoy an active holiday along with good food and a variety of vibrant events.

  • Plečnik's Ljubljana

    Plečnik's Ljubljana

    The famous architect Jože Plečnik (1872-1957) tried to model Ljubljana on ancient Athens. The multitude of his creations in the city, referred to as a whole as "Plečnik's Ljubljana", is considered to be one of the 20th century's most important total works of art.

  • Experiences on the Ljubljanica

    Experiences on the Ljubljanica

    The Ljubljanica River is much more than just a river flowing through Ljubljana. It played a major role in the city’s past and today it offers exciting and relaxing experiences for people of all ages and interests. Find the activity which suits you best!

  • Taste Ljubljana

    Taste Ljubljana

    Go for the local flavours! Within the framework of the Taste Ljubljana project, selected restaurants offer the traditional dishes of Ljubljana, which are made from local ingredients and prepared by using modern cooking methods.

  • Experience Central Slovenia

    Experience Central Slovenia

    When visiting Ljubljana, do not just enjoy the city. Set off on trips off the usual paths and explore the yet undiscovered splendour of Central Slovenia. Experience the real Slovenia with its wealth of natural beauty, excellent cuisine and unique adventures.

  • Discover Slovenia on day trips from Ljubljana

    Discover Slovenia on day trips from Ljubljana

    Slovenia is an exciting and diverse country, which offers a lot in a relatively small area. Visit its most famous sights such as Bled and the Postojna Cave, explore its less known corners and take part in organised activities.

  • Castles and mansions

    Castles and mansions

    In Ljubljana and Central Slovenia there are a number of beautiful castles, mansions, and palaces. The majority of the most famous ones have been renovated and are open to visitors.