Ljubljana Zoo serves as the national zoo of Slovenia. It is situated on the southern slope of the Rožnik Hill, in a natural environment of woods and meadows. It has 119 species, a total of 500 animals
Pleasantly cold over the summer. Relax and enjoy the green zoo in close touch with animals.
“City park Tivoli has lovely gardens, a pond, paved paths & grassy picnic areas. There is also a cafe with lovely views.”
“If nothing else worth it for the views alone. On a clear day you can see all the way to the Alps. You can take either a short walk to get there or go with the funicular which also boasts great views.”
“BTC City Ljubljana (a huge shopping mall, sports, entertainment and business area) Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 09:00-20:00; Sunday closed”
“The National Gallery, the Slovenia's foremost museum of historical art, celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2018. Its permanent collection includes, among other things, phenomena such as the Slovenian Impressionists and the opus of the painter Zoran Mušič. Despite its serious content it is extremely family-friendly.”
“In the city center by the Parliament you will find our National Museum, worth a visit. The National Museum of Slovenia displays the earliest musical instrument in the world, a 60,000-year-old Neanderthal flute, dugout canoe from the Ljubljana marsh, Egyptian mummy, the oldest gold artefacts in Slovenia and many other interesting objects. Beside they organise a lot of exhibitions and events, taht attract visitors from all around Slovenia and many turists.”