Ljubljana

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Ljubljana, an architectural treasure

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Getting there You can get to Ljubljana from Zagreb, Beograd and Sargans. Best price and travel duration below.

From Wien 06:05 HK$840
From Budapest 08:52 HK$644
From Salzburg 04:25 HK$430
From Zagreb 02:16 HK$320
From Beograd 09:53
From Sargans 10:34 HK$990
From Golling Abtenau 03:58 HK$228
From Villach 01:38 HK$318
From Maribor 01:52
From Jesenice 00:51 HK$112


Getting around From Ljubljana, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Lesce Bled 01:06
To Jesenice 01:23 HK$112
To Villach 01:44 HK$228
To Zagreb 02:28 HK$320
To Graz 04:15
To Wien 05:57 HK$840
To Golling Abtenau 05:59 HK$318
To Venezia 08:30
To Beograd 09:07 HK$816
To Budapest 09:54 HK$818
To Sargans 11:13 HK$990
To Praha 12:03 HK$1,330
To Zuerich 12:10 HK$990

While you're there

Ljubljana, an architectural treasure.

Slovenian capital Ljubljana is a perfectly-formed pint-sized package. Sip wine under willows on the banks of the sea-green river. Then peer over the old town’s terracotta roofs from the hilltop castle. A former military barracks, Metelkova is now home to an edgy nightlife scene.

Ljubljana is worth the journey mainly for its historical centre which is a mix of two architectural styles: the Baroque and the Art-Nouveau. Next to the City Hall, you can admire the charming baroque Robba’s fountain on the "Mestni Trg" square.

You may feel like facing the "Piazza Navona" in Rome! Reach the striking Dragons bridge in Art-Nouveau style: it was nicknamed "mother-in-law" because of its dragons on each corner. Don’t hesitate to discover the Saint-Nicolas cathedral, its green dome and twin towers, in which you will be seduced by the baroque frescos.

Take the cable-car from the town centre to the picturesque medieval castle, restored from 1960.

Train Station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Ljubljana can be found.


 


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