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PARTNER CONTENT FOR LJUBLJANA TOURISM


WHAT TO DO IN LJUBLJANA


Slovenia is home to a trove of cultural gems, and any trip to the country should start in its thriving capital Ljubljana. Here are fi ve things not to miss


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FOR... Culture vultures


With its photogenic Old Town, museums, galleries and live music scene, Ljubljana off ers endless culture — plus it’s largely accessible on foot. Pick up a Ljubljana Card for free access to most of the city’s museums and galleries as well as a guided tour, public transportation, bike hire and a funicular ride to the castle. Try the Moustache Tour, a cycling adventure around Ljubljana’s beautiful streets in homage to three famous moustachioed Slovenians — architect Jože Plecnik, writer Ivan Cankar and painter Rihard Jakopic.


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FOR… Luxury lovers


From a range of high-end hotels to world- class fi ne dining spots, there are many ways to do Ljubljana in style. It holds the title of International City of Vine and Wine, so why not try the Ljubljana Wine Experience to taste nine diff erent wines from three wine- growing regions. Other unique experiences include dinner prepared by a top chef on a boat along the Ljubljanica river.


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FOR… Outdoor fanatics


Ljubljana off ers mountain biking experiences at the bike park in Podutik, tree-covered Golovec Hill and Krvavec Summer Park. For hiking, there are highland trails with impeccable alpine views for every ability. Golfers can fi nd beautiful courses around an hour’s drive from the capital, while fi shing is popular in the many rivers and streams of the Ljubljana region.


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FOR… Hungry gastronomes


Start at the Ljubljana Central Market, which off ers everything from cherries to cheese. Every Friday from March to October, local chefs prepare dishes with abundant wine and beer at the Open Kitchen pop-up in Pogacar Square. Join the Yummy Market Walk tour to get to know the market’s secret corners, or the Taste Ljubljana food tour to visit a traditional inn and try local dishes.


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FOR… Green champions


Named European Green Capital 2016, many of Ljubljana's central attractions are accessible on foot or by bike, so visitors can navigate the city without leaving an environmental impact. There are plenty of eco-friendly tours to sign up for, too. The centre has been traffi c-free since 2008 and has largest no-vehicle zone in the European Union.


Essentials


Getting there: EasyJet and British Airways both off er direct fl ights from London to Ljubljana. easyjet.com britishairways.com


For more information, visit visitljubljana.com


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