E58***54Triple Bridge is a nice place for a walk, especially in the evening. l think it is a great spot for those who visit Ljubljana, and need a nice place to walk, have coffee or dine as there many restaurants and coffee shops around.
燃烧生命的小胖妞The Postojna Cave is located in Slovenia and is the second largest cave in Europe. There are many scenic spots and wonders in the cave. The cave is surrounded by caves and connected by tunnels, forming a magnificent cave corridor. There are 4 main caves, including the Brilliant Hall, the Slow Hall, the Crystal Hall, and the Concert Hall. The scenery of the hall is victorious, like a towering palace. The acoustics in the cave are very good. The cave is also rich with stalactites and tall stalagmites, some resemble huge jewel flowers, ice crystals and jade; some resemble Santa Claus, with a smile; or like a lion descending the mountain, or like a bird spreading its wings, colorful and colorful Dry state in various poses. The underground river flowing through the cave is suddenly ignored, sometimes clear and peaceful, sometimes rushing.
E58***54This is very central, in case you are not a fan of cathedrals there is a lot to do and see around here. Take a walk, stop for a drink or dine as there are many fancy bars and restaurants around here. For those who are into religion and culture is worth a visit.
This cave is enormous! We took a mini “train ride” at the beginning inside the cave, then walked around with the audio guide, then hopped back in the train. Time in the cave is amazing.
#stnicholas'Cathedral with its classic twin towers and trademark single, weather-worn green dome, the city’s cathedral encapsulates everything that's #ljubljana. Small and interesting, but not too exciting at first glance, a longer look at its history and finer details reveals its hidden charm and beauty. Built on the site of a much earlier church, the cathedral’s main structure and appearance date from the first half of the 18th century. Inside the Baroque masterpiece is a cavalcade of classic creams and golds, littered with extraordinarily detailed frescoes and possessing that calming feeling that only a great church can bring.
#ljubljanariver is beautiful with architecturally interesting bridges and scenic scenery. Its river, the Ljubljanica, is believed to have been first spanned by a bridge in the Roman period #slovenia
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia and it is one if the smallest and quietest capital cities all icer around the European Union. However it offers many attractions to the tourists. There is very nice castle on the top of the hill, there are canals passing by the city center and also very nice pubs and cafés around them which are really lovely and lively during the evenings.
The Ljubljana Castle is a mighty medieval fortress constructed in the 11th century and rebuilt in the 12th century. It is located in Castle Hill, it id an interesting tourist point for idyllic grounds for long strolls and awesome lookout point to historic Old Town.
#ljubljanaoldtown is located on the right bank of the Ljubljanica River, directly beneath the Castle Hill, particularly the streets of Mestni Trg, Stari Trg and Gornji Trg. This is the most picturesque part of #slovenia’s capital Ljubljana.
We visited Ljubljana in September and found it to be one of the loveliest old towns in Europe. Loved Ljubljana! Beautiful area!
On the first day of the European minority country, Slovenian
, where there was almost no Asian tourist, the capital Ljubljana was raining, but Ljubljana did not want to have a flavor, especially on the Dragon Bridge. The dragon sculpture and the cascading dark clouds in the distance echo the magical atmosphere. I like every corner of this unpopular town. Whether it is the street or the alley is worth exploring~
In the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, if you are driving, you can also go to Lake Bled.
Basically, I am looking at the old town, so it is recommended to live next to the old town.
Mainly look at Longqiao, Sanqiao, drink a cup of coffee by the bridge, and the City Square can also take a walk.
Take the Dragon Bridge, then go to the castle to enjoy the sunset, take a panoramic view of the city, the castle can take the cable car, but not high, so it is recommended to take a one-way trip, round trip is 4 euros, one-way 2.2 euros, the castle has a voice explanation, However, it is open-ended. If you are interested, you can buy tickets and explain the form. You can buy them on the mountain. In order to save time, I took the cable car up the mountain and walked down the mountain. There are signs on the walkway. It is not big. Look carefully. In the small alley next to the cable car, it will take 10 minutes to walk. It is not high, and the road is not difficult to walk. .
There is a Chinese restaurant, the taste is OK, just near the town hall.
Ps Slovenia needs a Schengen visa.