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Ljubljana is a city of culture well known for its vibrant contemporary creativity and a rich historical and architectural heritage. For more information go to www.visitljubljana.com! Part of the video series Ljubljana - When the Region Comes to Life. Museums in Ljubljana and Central Slovenia boast a wealth of unique historical and artistic heritage. Many of them are housed in renovated castles, mansions and palaces, so they also boast magnificent interiors. During the summer, a lot of cultural events, including a large number of diverse festivals, take place in the streets, free for everyone to enjoy.
#TasteLjubljana Event Three of Ljubljana's top chefs will be preparing typical Ljubljana dishes, which will then be available for tasting at market stalls set up in the historical city centre. Get to know the flavours of Ljubljana. Taste the Ljubljana cottage cheese pancakes with tarragon and many other traditional Ljubljana dishes prepared by Andrej Kuhar (chef at Maxim), Janez Bratovž (chef at Restavracija JB), and Igor Jagodic (chef at Restavracija Strelec). Children will be able to join creative cooking workshops. Musical entertainment will be provided by the band Dixie šok. The range of dishes prepared in Ljubljana has always been wide and varied. Slovenia and Ljubljana lie at the crossroads of different culinary cultures, which is the reason why Slovenian cuisine reflects influenc...
Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia. Ljubljana has a nickname Little Prague because it is a charming town full of artists, museums, galleries, restaurants and cafes. Prešeren Square, the central square in the city, formed in the 17th century, when the Franciscan Church of the Annunciation was built. At the eastern side of the square, the Statue of France Preseren, for the greatest poet in the nation, was erected. The Triple Bridge connects the square with the old medieval town. In this historical part of the city is situated St Nicholas's Cathedral, one of the most important churches in Slovenia. Also in the old town, but a bit away from the main tourist area, is the St James’s Church which houses beautiful altars. The seat of the City Municipality of Ljubljana, th...
Tivoli, Ljubljana's largest and most beautiful park, extends into the very city centre. Open-air photo exhibitions are a popular feature of the park.
In the summer, Ljubljana gets lively with countless events. The acclaimed Ljubljana Festival brings top cultural highlights while free of charge open air events pop up everywhere. Have a great time in the city with a green soul. Events in Ljubljana: https://www.visitljubljana.com/en/visitors/events/ Things to do in Ljubljana: https://www.visitljubljana.com/en/visitors/things-to-do/
During the festive season, Ljubljana always has a vibrant atmosphere, with a Christmas market and countless free events held in the festively decorated historical city centre. Do not miss one of the most imaginative Christmas lights displays in this part of Europe.
http://www.visitljubljana.si/en/experiences/world-book-capital - Discover the city beneath the castle, full of bookshops, reading events and festivals. Discover Ljubljana the capital of Slovenia and also the World Book Capital awarded by UNESCO. Visit Ljubljana.
Ljubljana has a keen sense of entertainment and a packed calendar of events, including countless interesting concerts in the evenings and club events at night. For more information go to www.visitljubljana.com! Part of the video series Ljubljana - When the Region Comes to Life.
Ljubljana Castle awaits you! A mighty medieval fortress, a symbol of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana is an interesting tourist point, the idyllic grounds for long strolls just a glance away from the lively city centre. The Ljubljana castle offers many cultural, historic and entertaining events throughout the year. Come visit us.
Ljubljana's main historic event in celebration of the 2000th anniversary of Emona was an attempt to recreate the atmosphere of Roman times. Learn more about events in Ljubljana: http://www.visitljubljana.com/ Camera and editing: Jure Plešec Music: Matej Prevc, Gašper Kvartič From 22 to 24 August 2014, Ljubljana's Kongresni trg square was occupied by costumed members of historical societies from Slovenia and abroad. Roman legionaries were demonstrating their skills and organizing themselves into military formations. Roman citizens performed a ritual in celebration of the foundation of Emona. There were Vestal Virgins dancing and gladiators fighting for glory as well as guest appearances by Celts and members of barbarian tribes. The event featured numerous creative workshops for children...
Christmas Markets are usually full of Santas, angels and Christmas cakes, but Ljubljana's Christmas Market is enriched by "Creation of life" motive designed by a local artist. If you are interested in coming to Ljubljana check the latest local events: https://www.visitljubljana.com/en/visitors/events/festive-december-in-ljubljana/ *** We are Anika (from Poland) and Petra (from Slovakia) and we both live in Slovenia! We are running this YouTube Channel to tell you more about Slovenian life, food and language from our foreign perspective. Watch our previous videos: ► 10 Slovene False Friends: https://youtu.be/S1CalzqZzO8 ► Christmas Market in Kranj, Slovenia | Petra's Vlog: https://youtu.be/cVUWlr7z290 And of course, don't forget to S.U.B.S.C.R.I.B.E. for more videos! ♥ MORE ABOUT US:...
On the 26th of December, the last Friday this month, you will be fascinated by the biggest electronic pre-New Year's music event in the capital, which will be hosted by the superstar Play Paul, the younger brother of Guy-Manuel who is a member of the legendary duet Daft Punk. Together they produce music at their record label Crydamoure in Roul. Since this will be the first event for Play Paul in Slovenia, the event organizers chose a very special place for his performance Festival hall in Ljubljana! Festival hall on Vilharjeva 11 is a cultural monumental building by most recognizable Slovenian architect, Jože Plecnik. On the main floor, Play Paul is supported by a bunch of respected Slovenian artists, like Robert G. Roy, Qualia 6 - live and Alex Long, while the smaller floor is hosted by...
The dance and music production Urška and the Water Man (Urška in Povodni mož) by Kazina Dance Group is based on the well known poem The Water Man (Povodni mož) by the greatest Slovenian poet, France Prešeren (1800-1849). A pretty but conceited maiden named Urška fends off all wooers until, at a dance, she meets a young man that she likes. The young man is actually a water man living in the Ljubljanica river.
Ljubljana is a children-friendly city where children's play and other activities are often organised in streets closed to traffic.
A mighty medieval fortress, a symbol of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana is an interesting tourist point, the idyllic grounds for long strolls just a glance away from the lively city centre. The Ljubljana castle offers many cultural, historic and entertaining events throughout the year.