The simplest and most charming approach to arrive at all spots portrayed beneath is walking. Aside from the Zoo and the Architecture Museum.
Triple Bridge planned by Jože Plečnik. Tromostovje comprises three separate pleasant extensions situated close to each other. Old Town. Crushed between the stronghold slope and Ljubljanica stream is the old town with two squares. Well protected archaic structures currently house nearby planner shops, and a few famous bistros and eateries. Zmajski Most (Dragon Bridge). The mythical serpent connect is situated toward the finish of the Ljubljana Open Market. Simply a square or two down the stream (north-east course) from the Triple extension.
There some worth visiting places such as Ljubljana Castle, Square of the Republic, Roman Ruins, Krakovo and Metelkova City. Moreover, you can also visit Tivoli Park, Ljubljana Zoo and University Botanic nurseries Ljubljana.
For a little city, Ljubljana has an abundance of museums and exhibitions for one to investigate! If it is history, craftsmanship or even tobacco you’re into, therefore, Ljubljana has something to bring to the table everybody.
1. Public Museum\Natural History Museum of Slovenia
The most seasoned museum in Slovenia houses the National Museum on the ground floor and the Natural History Museum on the first floor. The museums house a complete assortment of Slovene archaeological fortunes. Therefore, things from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Age in addition to a huge mineral assortment show are all here.
2. Museum of Modern Art
The Moderna Galerija in Ljubljana is the Slovene public foundation for present-day and contemporary craftsmanship. Presently arranged in the as of late remodelled space close by Tivoli Park, Moderna Galerija is set to part the museum’s exercises into two scenes in October 2011 when the redesigns to its new space at 22 Metelkova road are done. The previous space will at that point fill in as the Museum of Modern Art and the new space will house Contemporary Art. Moreover, the museum keeps on holding shows from all the significant Slovene specialists including compositions, models and video shows.
3. Museum of Contemporary History
Involving the Cekin Mansion in Tivoli Park, this museum is committed to the legacy of ongoing Slovenian history from the twentieth century to the current day. The assortment of verifiable antiquities and file records, compelling artwork works and photos covers both World Wars and the period between. Also Slovenia’s communist period and the fierce cycle of setting up it as an autonomous state.
Moreover, the other famous museums include The Museum of Architecture and Design, Slovene Ethnographic Museum, and Ljubljana City Museum. Here you can also visit Tobacco Museum, Railroad Museum, Virtual Museum, and Bottling works Museum.