Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia. It's also the biggest city in the country and the political, cultural and commercial centre. With a population of around 300,000 it has the intimacy of a small town mixed with the cultural heritage and cosmopolitan feel of a vibrant city. The stunning old town is nestled between a hill topped with a castle and the gently flowing Ljubljanica river. The banks of the river and many other important buildings where designed by local architect Joze Plecnik (1872-1957). When strolling through the streets of Ljubljana you can see the remains of the Roman settlement Emona, the medieval old town, the many works of Plecnik and modern buildings blended with parks and squares. You can walk through the city in couple hour's time. If you have an entire day you can see almost all sights worth visiting. If you stay longer Ljubljana is a great starting point to see all of Slovenia. Within a two hour drive you can see the Adriatic Sea, alpine mountains, the Karst (full of magical caves), the Panonian lowland, and a Sub alpine world of enormous beauty.

Ljubljana Castle is the most spectacular sight of Ljubljana and a picturesque venue of numerous cultural events including concerts, theatre performances, exhibitions, congresses and official receptions, which add a special flavour to the lively pulse of life in Ljubljana.

The Fountain of three Carniolan rivers (The Robba fountain) is located in front of the Ljubljana Town Hall and is one of the best known monuments in Ljubljana. The sculptures of the three river gods decorating it most probably represent three rivers in the Province of Carniola, namely the Sava, the Ljubljanica and the Krka rivers.

The Franciscan monastery and the Church of the Annunciation most decisively contribute to the appearance of the Prešernov trg square, the central square in Ljubljana. There you can find also The Triple Bridge which is a unique architectural speciality of Ljubljana was created when between the years 1929 and 1932 two more bridges, intended for pedestrians, were added to the original stone bridge by architect Jože Plečnik.



AHOTEL hotel Ljubljana is a new hotel (built in the beginning of 2008) ideal for leisure visitor seeking to enjoy the delights of Ljubljana and for business executives as well.

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Allegro Hotel

This 4-star hotel is situated at the footsteps of the Ljubljana castle hill, surrounded by boutiques, cafés and restaurants. It offers spacious, air-conditioned rooms with free internet access.

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Antiq Palace Hotel & Spa

Situated in the heart of Ljubljana, this boutique hotel is housed in a former aristocratic residence. It features a state-of-the-art gym and a luxurious spa with 3 types of sauna.

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Austria Trend Hotel Ljubljana

Austria Trend Hotel is located in Ljubljana, offering air-conditioned, bright rooms with free Wi-Fi and LCD screen TV sets.

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Best Western Premier Hotel Slon

As one of the leading hotels in Ljubljana, the Best Western Premier Hotel Slon offers you bright and colourful rooms, a stunning breakfast room as well as restaurants and conference rooms with a se

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Birokrat Aparthotel

The stylish Birokrat Aparthotel is located 4 km from the centre of Ljubljana.

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Bit Center Hotel

Located 2 km from the centre of Ljubljana, the comfortable Bit Center Hotel is in a quiet green area with a big parking space, badminton and squash courts.

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Central Hotel, former Garni Hotel

4 star hotel with an excellent central location in the heart of Ljubljana, close to the main bus and railway stations and only 500m from the exhibition centre and the Old Town.

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City Hotel

The City Hotel Ljubljana is ideally located for both business and leisure travellers.

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Dvor Tacen

A total of 7 rooms are available in the hotel (of which 7 are doubles). The up to date business floor provides everything you need to get the job done away from the office.