The Ljubljana River, quiet and graceful, nourish both banks for thousands of years. The central market is more than just a market, it is a cultural heritage of the country. It is said that the supply is abundant, the variety is wide, and it is organic and fresh. The bright colors of fruits and vegetables indicate the prosperity and peace of the people. On the side of the river, the cafes and bars on the opposite side of the river, the freshness and quality of the food are all in the mouth. Preschelen Square awaits the riverside, with triple bridges lying on the river, and the Dragon Bridge and the Cobbler Bridge are within easy reach. On both sides of the river, there are a variety of wine shops and food houses, dotted with shops, and bustling. It is a place of leisure and pleasure, attracting many travel friends and local people.
The Central Market of Ljubljana is a famous outdoor market. It was built from 1940 to 1942 and is open to the public every day except Sunday. This is a big market with a very lively atmosphere. It sells a variety of things, fruits and vegetables are all green and organic, very fresh, and it has become the most indispensable market for citizens' lives. In addition to daily necessities, fruits and vegetables, there are also flower markets, fish markets, dried fruits, etc. In addition, you can also buy unique handicrafts of Slovenia and taste local specialties. In 2008, this colorful market was listed as a national cultural relic. It is not only a market for shopping, but also a place to experience folk customs and lifestyles. We passed here on the way from St. Nicholas Cathedral to Dragon Bridge. When we returned, we went in and took a look. I don't know if it was because it was late, it didn't feel very lively.
It’s a big market, but unfortunately we were late. The beach was closed at four o'clock.
The chaotic market is worth visiting.