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Slovenia is an exciting country of extraordinary diversity. It is located at the confluence af the Alpine, Mediterranean, Pannonian and Karst regions, the latter having one of the world's most unique landscapes. Slovenia is renowned for its scenic lakes, vast forests and underground caves carved out by water eroding karst limestones. Apart from the beauties of nature, the country offers diverse opportunities for outdoor recreation, a large number of cultural and particularly architectural sights, and a rich variety of culinary delights.
 
Ljubljana Castle
Ljubljana Castle stands on a hill above the city and is Ljubljana's main attraction. It offers some of the mos beautifull views of the city, while housing an exhibition on Slovenian history, a puppet museum and a number of historical rooms. The castle can quickly be reacher by funicular railway or by foot.
 
 
Dragon Bridge
The Ljubljana Dragon Bridge appears in the most recognizable images of Ljubljana. The four dragon statues are a masterpiece and a unique creation of technical heritage and Art Nouveau architecture. The Dragon Bridge replaced an old woode bridge which stood on its site from 1819. The authorities decided a modern design and reinforced structure was in place.
 
 
Triple Bridge
The central of the three bridges forming the Triple Bridge has stood in place since 1842. Between 1929 and 2931, the side bridges, intended for pedestrians, were added to the original stone brigde and as such created a unique architectural gem of Ljubljana. The metal railing were removes and all three bridges were furnished with massive stones and lamps.
 
 
 
Tivoli Park
Tivoli Park is the largest and most beautiful park of Ljubljana, located right in the city centre. The park covers an area of five square kilometers, crossed by three grand horse chestnut tree-lined walks. The park area blends into the environment is an ideal place for pleasure and leisure.
 
 
 
Ljubljana tourist information centre (TIC)
Apart from numerous tourism publications and the city map, which are available free of charge, the two Ljubljana TICs offer tourist literature on Ljubljana, postcards with stamps, souvenirs of Ljubljana, and T-shirts with motifs of Ljubljana. Also available are booking for guides tours of the city, accommodation in Ljubljana and its surroundings.
 
Guidedtours enquiry and booking

Guided tours on request, which give you an opportunity to get thoroughly acquainted with the city's different faces, are throughout the year available in 17 different languages (Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish and Turkish).

 
Contact: Ms. Alenka Štular, tel. +386 (0)1 306 12 30, e-mail: Alenka
 
For more information on guiders toors click here. Please also visit the Ljubljana Tourist Information Website for more information.