Together with a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. Did you know the old Town of Ljubljana is one of the nicest medieval city centers? Have you ever heard the history and stories behind Ljubljana’s major sights?  Is it true that Franciscan Church is connected to the Triple Bridge- Tromostovje? What gave Ljubljana its distinctive appearance?  You will definitely enjoy walking towards Plečnik’s Market and the Cathedral, viewing the Town Hall and the Robba Fountain, and crossing the Cobblers’ Bridge. You will be surprised how many stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of Ljubljana. Your charming guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about the National Library,  Križanke Summer Theatre, and Kongresni square. Ljubljana will reveal itself to you like a relaxed city with vibrant life and an amazing mixture of city and nature.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Transportation

Route & Duration

2 hours
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    This historic market, designed by Joze Plecnik in the 1930s, is discounted mainly on fresh produce and other food, including meat, dairy products, fish, flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables, homemade oils and baked goods. You'll also find non-food products such as ceramics, souvenirs, shoes, arts and crafts, textiles and household products.

  • 2


    Ljubljana cathedral or Stolnica Sv. Nikolaja is a beautiful Baroque church in Ljubljana's Old Town on Cyril and Methodius squares. including the reliefs of the Tone Demsar Gate showing the history of Slovenia. Every interior surface, including the walls, ceiling and columns, is adorned with frescoes and gilding.

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    It is the most used bridge in the city and connects the main square in the new city with the old city and the market. The bridge has three branches - the central road is flanked by two walkways at slight angles on either side. This beautiful bridge stands out with its handrails and splendid 642 lanterns.

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    Presernov Trg is Ljubljana's central central square on the riverfront along the Old Town. The square is now part of Ljubljana's pedestrian zone. The square hosts special events, the Ljubljana Carnival, protests, concerts, festivals and special events.

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    The church is located in the center of Preseren Square on a hill on the left bank of the river., located on the site of an earlier sanctuary that was demolished in the 15th century, the church has a salmon pink facade that symbolizes the Franciscan clergy.

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    Neboticnik is the Slovenian word for skyscraper and this tall building has a coffee shop, the restaurant/bar and terrace run around the café from where you can take in the city view. Overall, it has a neoclassical design with an Art Deco touch. From the Karst marble-covered lobby, you can access the upper floors by using the elevator or spiral staircase in the center of the building.

Meeting Point

Prešernov trg 4, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.