Open 10:00-18:00. Thu 10:00-21:00, Closed Mon.
Price/Additional InfoTemporary exhibition: Admission fee: €6, reduced €4, families €12
Named for noted Slovene impressionist painter Rihard Jakopič and designed by Jože Plečnik disciple and acclaimed 20th century architect, Edvard Ravnikar, the Jakopič Gallery has been one of Ljubljana's most important contemporary art spaces since it f
Known in English as the Match Gallery, this recommended place ignites new ideas and is a venue for varied projects pertaining to contemporary visual, audio-visual, performance and other art practices. The gallery is set in a small yet very flexible ar
Genuinely revolutionising the Slovenian coffee scene and way more than just a café, Stow are specialty coffee roasters that source coffees directly from farmers around the world, have coffee academies where experts share the secrets to specialty coffe
In 14AD the Romans founded a permanent civilian settlement along a picturesque river in the shadow of the Alps called Emona, which would later grow into modern Ljubljana. This early Roman settlement left its mark on the contemporary landscape in the form
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