Ljubljana Information and Travel Tips to Plan your Ljubljana Vacation


Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, and one of the smallest capital cities in Europe. Legend states that the city's first inhabitant was the Greek hero Jason, who stole the golden fleece and escaped with the Argonauts through the Black sea, the Danube river to Sava River, and through Ljubljanica River. He then went through some marshes where he struck down a monster, believed to be the Ljubljana dragon, a symbol of the city today.


Ljubljana Castle

Enjoy a visit to the Ljubljana Castle s courtyard and chapel. Also, featured here is a movie of the history of the city from a pre-historic settlement to modern times. Climb up the tower for an incredible view of the entire city.

Triple Bridge (Tromostovje)

The Triple Bridge is made of three separate bridges that are located next to one another. It s in the center of the city and is a very picturesque bridge. You can also find the statue of France Preseren, Slovenia s greatest poet, here.

Old Town

Located on the east side of the Ljubljanica River, the Old Town is a great way to see the locals with its popular shops, cafes, and restaurants. Also here are some well-preserved old buildings and churches, as well as the city hall.

Based on your interest, we suggest the following tour packages which will provide you with the greatest enjoyment

Best of Eastern Europe 12 Days 10 Nights[RED]

  • Tour Code: RED          Date: 05/16/2018 ~ 10/03/2018       Price From: $2100 Land Only
Discover some of the Central and Eastern European nations that, as part of the Soviet bloc, were out of bounds to travelers only a few decades ago. Newly vibrant and filled with a sense of optimism about the future, these fascinating lands offer up everything from well-preserved medieval architecture to resurgent cultural heritages. Join us on this unforgettable 12-day tour and visit buzzing Frankfurt and Munich; trace Germany’s wondrous Romantic Road; admire the Baroque jewel of Salzburg; and experience the lovely cities of Ljubljana, Budapest, Vienna and Prague.