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As we've covered in previous posts, Slovenia's capital Ljubljana is a mecca for foodies. Visitors are really spoilt for choice, with plenty of modern eateries serving exciting and inventive cuisine from all over the world, as well as lots of places to sample more traditional Slovenian cuisine.
How to build my perfect European town. Add to one part old world history a dash of chic modernity. Let it age into a unique culture. Drizzle in a beautiful river and sprinkle with romantic night lights. Top with an epic castle. Keep cool with comfortable weather and serve at reasonable prices.
Bordered by some very well-known neighbours the likes of Italy, Croatia, Austria and Hungary, it would be easy to overlook or at least underestimate Slovenia. But during our short visit, the small Central European country became one of our favourite places in the world.
It's hardly surprising that Ljubljana isn't in the upper echelon of European city destinations alongside Rome, Paris, London and Berlin. That's not to say it has nothing in its inventory. On the contrary, as Ljubljana serves up a feast of activity and beauty on which visitors can dine.
Vladimir Šubic BACKGROUND At thirteen stories (231 feet), the Nebotičnik skyscraper was, at the time of its completion, the tallest building in Yugoslavia, the ninth-tallest high rise in Europe, and, for a period of time, the tallest residential building in Europe. It didn't achieve this height without controversy, however.
My last days of the year in Ljubljana. Amazing light all day long, through the rivers with "nutrias" and up into the castle, into small city streets with bikes and churches. Nights were enlighten by those science-mood Christmas decorations, driving us straight to Chris Liebing's concert. Music, fireworks, friends and love.
The Ljubljana "Skyscraper" staircase was the most graceful thing I've photographed recently. But first the last week on my blog. There were: Italian ambience in Ljubljana, Slovenia; two quotes on trees and some scenes from a favourite garden featuring bestia; January 16th will always be the birthday of my two friends, and this year MLK...
Slovenia's petite capital is a pretty Central European city set on the bend of a river and overlooked by a medieval hill castle. Really pretty. Drop-dead gorgeous. Even the city's name derives, arguably, from an Old Slavic word meaning "of lovely appearance". But then you notice her tattooed walls and street art and she becomes more interesting.