Ljubljana, often described as the hidden pearl of Europe, is an incredibly picturesque city. The old town is marked by a brilliant architectural image - a mixture of styles from different historical periods is formed into a unique whole, which was connected into one of the most important works of art of the 20th century in this geographical area by the famous architect Jože Plečnik.
With its 285,000 inhabitants, Ljubljana is a compact capital tailored to man, marked by a dynamic history and cultural heritage, a rich artistic and cultural offer and a relaxed atmosphere. Business participants are most often impressed by its hospitality, sense of security, genuine energy and multilingualism.
Ljubljana lies halfway between Vienna and Venice, at the crossroads of different cultures, geographical regions and historical events. It is also well accessible, as it is only about two hours away from almost all major European airports.
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Ljubljana is the recipient of a number of prestigious awards for its comprehensive approach to sustainable urban and tourist development and the quality of life. Among other things, it won the Tourism for Tomorrow 2015 award as the most sustainable destination, in 2016 it was declared the European Green Capital, and in 2019 it was ranked among the 100 most sustainable destinations in the world (Global Top 100 Sustainable Destinations) for the fifth time in a row. Reputable international titles and awards are a great incentive for future work.
Sustainability is part of the local DNA in Ljubljana. It is a city characterized by high environmental awareness and a multitude of green initiatives, which is why it has managed to maintain its green image to this day. It is the holder of the prestigious title of Green Capital of Europe 2016. Slovenia is also the first country in the world to become a green tourist destination in the world according to international criteria Green Destinations.
B&B Hotel Ljubljana Park is an excellent starting point for exploring the green capital of Slovenia. After a busy day of exploring, business meetings or conferences, you can refill your batteries in comfortably furnished rooms. B&B Hotel Ljubljana Park the most urban and green hotel in the center of Ljubljana is a hotel surrounded by parks, cultural and artistic vibes. The hotel is located in the very center of Ljubljana and close to the main train and bus station. Calm and peaceful location, great for relaxing. Friendly and helpful hotel personnel. Sustainable and environmentally friendly hotel with free WI-FI for all our guests.
B&B Hotel Ljubljana Park is embraced by two hot spots of the alternative and urban culture of Ljubljana. The first one is Metelkova mesto, an autonomous cultural zone with incredible graffiti and modern artistic works. Metelkova also hosts great small concerts and other events. If you walk down towards Ljubljanica, you cannot miss Trubarjeva Street with its multicultural pulse, small shops and restaurants.
One of the greatest architects of 20th century Europe Jože Plečnik created the timeless elegance of Ljubljana. The city center is designed as a total work of art and unique urban planning inspired by the perfection of antiquity. Take a walk on his daily path. Walk down from B&B Hotel Ljubljana Park to the Ljubljanica River, visit the market, the Triple Bridge (Tromostovje), river banks, National and University Library (NUK) and Plečnik House, where a new vision of Ljubljana came alive.
Ljubljana Castle, the cultural icon of Slovenia, dominates its hill, offering a fantastic view of the city. Take one of the romantic forest trails leading to the castle. Throughout the year, an extraordinary culinary offer, exhibitions about Ljubljana and Slovenia and special experiences are available to get the feeling of the medieval story of the fortress. Legend has it that Ljubljana was founded by Jason, the hero of Greek mythology who stole the golden fleece from King Aeëtes and then fled aboard the Argo with his comrades, known as the Argonauts, across the Black Sea and up the Danube and the Sava until they reached the Ljubljanica. There they dismantled their ship in order to carry it overland to the Adriatic coast, where they rebuilt it and set sail back to Greece. Before Jason and the Argonauts reached the source of the Ljubljanica, they came across a great lake and, next to it, a marsh, where Jason encountered a terrible monster, which he fought and killed. That monster was the Ljubljana dragon, which today lives atop the castle tower on the Ljubljana coat of arms.
Ljubljana’s museums house the most significant proofs of human creativity and technological progress. Don’t miss seeing the oldest musical instrument in the world – a 60,000-year-old Neanderthal flute at the National Museum – and the world’s oldest wooden wheel with an axle (5,200 years old) at the City Museum. The rich collection of works by Slovene impressionists is the biggest attraction at the National Gallery, while the Museum of Modern Art contains works by leading artists of the twentieth century. While exploring the city’s rich history of artistic heritage, you should also visit the museum complex on Metelkova Ulica.
Its distinctive and attractive cityscape makes Ljubljana among the most beautiful cities in Europe. Picturesque architecture is complemented by numerous green areas and the river Ljubljanica, lined by a variety of bars and restaurants offering a wide range of food and drink. Although Ljubljana is a fast-paced and modern capital city with an old soul, it has a relaxing, inspiring and youthful vibe. Thanks to an inexhaustible and diverse choice of events and happenings, it is a destination for the whole year. Incurable romantics, passionate lovers of art and culture, tireless seekers of gourmet experiences, fervent sports and recreation enthusiasts, avid adventurers – all will have a terrific time in Ljubljana.
If you like to relax by the river or feel the cafés atmosphere, head towards Ljubljanica. Its banks were rearranged by the Ljubljana architect Jože Plečnik. The path by the river takes you up to Ljubljana Špica, where you can enjoy the ambiance of the green beach in summer with deckchairs and sunshades.