Popular Accommodations in Ljubljana
- Trip with the panorama boat
- Railway museum
- Castle of Ljubljana
- Slovenian National Museum
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Vacation rentals in Ljubljana
In the Slovenian capital you will find both the search for a holiday apartment and the search for a modern apartment throughout the city. However, you will live particularly beautifully in the historic centre. Along the Ljubljanica promenade in particular, there are countless holiday resorts in lovingly restored houses overlooking the river and lush green areas. You will also benefit from short distances to sights such as the Dragon Bridge and Ljubljana Castle. You like it a little quieter? Then a vacation rental in the almost rural outskirts is ideal for you.
Holidays in Ljubljana
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As a culture lover, you should always bring enough time with you for a holiday in Ljubljana. In addition to St. Nicolai's Cathedral and the Franciscan Church, which is well worth seeing, there are other real highlights such as the colonnades, Tivoli Castle from the 17th century and the already mentioned Dragon Bridge with its bronze dragon sculptures. An absolute must is the castle of Ljubljana on the castle hill, which you can reach easily with the glass rack railway. The cultural trip is rounded off by a detour to the zoo and a visit to the National Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Beer Museum.
Things to know
The region around Ljubljana is said to have a continental-Mediterranean climate, which is particularly suitable for extensive sightseeing tours. And in fact, numerous hours of sunshine and average maximum temperatures of up to 20 degrees Celsius are tempting as early as May. These ideal holiday conditions extend far into September.
When Ljubljana still belonged to the Austrian Empire, the name of today's Slovenian capital was much easier to pronounce - it was simply "Ljubljana".
Top travel tips
Railway fans watch out! Slovenia's capital is home to one of the largest collections of historic railways in Europe. Start your ramble between the 110 rail vehicles and feel the power of the steel horses that has survived to this day.2. Take a city tour on the water
You want to see the city from a completely different perspective? Then explore Ljubljana on board a panorama ship from the water. Let your captain tell you exciting stories, while you feel like you are on the Canal Grande in Venice.3. Taste Slovenian specialities
Sightseeing makes you hungry. This is reason enough to visit one of the excellent restaurants and try Slovenian specialities such as Gobova juha, Kranjska klobasa or trukli (aromatic apple strudel).