While it is cosy to stay in the picturesque Old Ljubljana, we recommend a walk to Šiška, a groovy Ljubljana neighbourhood, which is a walking distance away. Start in Tivoli Park and visit MGLC or Cotemporary History Museum before hiking up to Švicarija art centre. Walk further to Kino Šiška and check out graffiti en route.
All offer great exhibitions to suit your taste and food to surprise your buds.
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Are you looking for intimate experience of enjoying a concert in a living room? Look no more, here is Couch Festival!
It will be happening in Ljubljana from 11 to 15 February in any living room that it's owners are willing to open its doors for music, musicians and music lovers
More details here.
There's no excuse to buy one of those €1 'Made in China' fridge magnets if you can buy a creative, locally-produced item instead.
There's nothing worse than bad coffee and Ljubljana, with its proximity to two strong coffee cultures - Italian and Vienesse - offers some of the best coffee. Two museums – City Museum & Modern Gallery – offer some of Ljubljana’s best coffee. Or stop in Črno zrno/Black bean where only Columbian coffee is served… by a Columbian. And our favourite: Café Čokl.
There are some things you don't expect them to see in Slovenia and one of those is for sure collection of Coptic Textiles from the 3rd century to the late 7th century. Learn about amazing collection of ancient Egyptian Christian population that about 130 years ago ended up in Slovenia. See here for more details. At the National Museum.
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