Slovenia, Ljubljana - charm of miniature
Arriving in any country, always want to see the capital, because it's still the main city, the face of the state. Slovenia, Ljubljana ... Already heard only the name, I want to go there.
The city is located at the foothills of the Julian Alps, onbanks of the Ljubljanica River. It is located at an altitude of 296 meters above sea level. Many of the Russians represent this city gray, mediocre and far from civilization. It's not like that at all. Ljubljana, Slovenia, the photo of which is presented on the right, is intriguing with its picturesque and miniature beauty, and therefore the city is often called "Little Prague".
The capital of the Republic of Slovenia is Ljubljana - a small, cozy and very real Slavic city. The river divides the settlement into two parts: the New Town on the left bank and the Old on the right.According to Ljubljana, walking is accepted asurban vehicles are not allowed on the square of the Old Town and on many streets. The right bank is a cluster of attractions. It is interesting to see the castle Ljubljana Grad, which was founded at the turn of the 5th-6th centuries and then rebuilt, giving it a new Baroque style, in the 17th century. The masonry of the castle still keeps fragments of Illyrian, Celtic and ancient Roman buildings. Panorama pad of the castle is the best place to view the entire capital from above. In addition, Slovenia, Ljubljana in particular, is famous for the area of Presherne, where the Franciscan church of the 17th century is located. Its facade is in the Baroque style. An indoor city market is another place worth visiting.The most central part of the capital is Tromostoye orthree pedestrian bridges, decorated with dragons and passing through the river Ljubljanica. Ljubljana is especially beautiful in the evening - an endless variety of cozy cafes and restaurants, bars and discos. Even despite many years spent under the control of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the city retained a unique color and atmosphere, remained truly Slavic.
The city of Ljubljana (Slovenia) has hotelsabsolutely all categories - from hostels to solid "fives". Prices vary from 20 to 150 euros per night, respectively. Most of the hotels offer breakfast, there is a half-board option.
Kitchen and restaurants
Slovenia, Ljubljana in particular, will offer youtry the real Slovene cuisine. Try local bread and soups: yuha soup - from pork, chevapchichi - with sausages, vipavska jota - cabbage soup from cabbage, ribia walks - ear. It is interesting to try dumplings, stuffed peppers, buckwheat porridge, pork sausages with horseradish and onions. And, of course, we must not forget about wine, because it is known all over the world.
Anyone who goes here for shopping will not bedisappointed, because here you can buy quality clothes from various designers, including Slovenian. Ljubljana sells a lot of interesting souvenirs, dishes and antiques. Most of the shops are located in the northern part of the city. Here is one of the largest shopping centers in Europe BTC City. In the indoor market you can buy vegetables, spices, fruits and, of course, Slovenian delicacies. Those who love painting, we recommend visiting the gallery, located in the city center. There you can buy reproductions of famous paintings.