Ljubljana

Slovenia Newsletter September

23 Sep 2020

What’s On


A new campaign by the City Art Gallery Ljubljana/MGML aims to support artists during the current crisis. At a time when fear looms larger than creativity when panic exceeds inspiration and the bad news outweighs the good, the City Art Gallery Ljubljana wants to share art through a channel with a large number of followers
 
Check out the new exhibitons

Highlights of Slovenia


With less than 10,000 inhabitants Postojna is barely one of the 20 largest towns in Slovenia, but arguably none are more well-known throughout that world than this relatively nondescript settlement in the southwest of the country. The reason of course it not so much the town itself, but the amazing network of karst caves that lie just below its surface. First opened to the public in 1819, the world-famous Postojna Cave is said to have attracted more than 36 million visitors over the past two centuries, with one of its first being Austro-Hungarian Emperor Francis I the year before it opened.
 
Explore Postojna

Spotlight on our Partners

 
A Mecca for lovers of fresh, healthy, organic foods, Bazilika is located in a beautiful high-ceilinged space in the city centre opposite the Presidential Palace and just around the corner from the Academy of Fine Arts. While countless proprietors claim to use only fresh locally-sourced ingredients, Bazilika actually posts photos of daily visits to local farmers, markets and gardens to their social media pages, assuring patrons that the various sandwiches, sweet and savoury pies, salads, soups, smoothies and other vegetarian and vegan-friendly treats that they turn out are as authentic as they are delectable.
 
Visit Bazilika with us

Taste Slovenia


Set along the main road in the village Gameljne on the northern outskirts of Ljubljana, this beautifully restored late 19th-century house looks quite out of place thanks to the distinctly Russian appearance of the ornate wooden balcony that completely wraps around its upper floors. But the intrigue and mystery go far beyond the external aesthetics at this fascinating little piece of Tsarist Russia that's somehow managed to find its way to Slovenia.

Get a taste excellence

Slovenia Wonders

As autumn rolls around the Slovenian corner, we invite you to explore Slovenian hiking trails and the stunning nature that surrounds them!

Start Wandering Here

Travel Tips

The Czech UNESCO heritage is an association of districts and towns in the Czech Republic, whose territory contains monuments entered in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. In 1991 Czechoslovakia ratified the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage and since then a total of twelve sites in the Czech Republic have been inscribed in the World Heritage List. We can therefore proudly announce the Czech Republic to be a "UNESCO superpower".

Get to know UNESCO sites

Trending Global City

Spain's second city and the capital of Catalonia has been in the news quite frequently in recent years, and unfortunately not for the most positive of reasons. Leaving the whole complicated issue of the Catalan independence movement aside (we're just lowly travel writers after all, not esteemed political pundits), the topic of mass tourism and more specifically the backlash against it is more near and dear to our hearts

Explore Barcelona now

Have an interesting story?
 
Share it with us at ljubljana@inyourpocket.com
 
For more visit our website and follow us on our Facebook, Instagram, where we are sharing all the latest info and updates in our community.

Comments

Connect via social media
google sign in button
Leave a comment using your email This e-mail address is not valid
Please enter your name*

Please share your location

Enter your message*
Put our app in your pocket
This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here. AGREE
Top