nedelja, 14. september 2014

ODUZUNI: LONELY PLANET

Lonely Planet: Best of Europe 2014

"Ljubljana might not roll off the tongue for many travelers but it’s worth learning how to pronounce as you’re bound to hear much more about Slovenia’s capital in the years ahead. Ljubljana is already one of Europe’s greenest and most livable cities, boasting a friendly cafe culture by day, and vibrant nightlife after the sun sets. This year gives Ljubljana even more reasons to preen, as the city celebrates the 2000th anniversary of the Roman colony Emona on the same site as the modern-day city. Quirky Roman-themed events and exhibitions will take place throughout the year, and the showpiece event 'Ave, Emona!' (22-24 Aug) will transport the city’s central Kongresni trg (Congress Square) back in time (slovenia.info). Ready your sword for those gladiator fights (or watch from a safe distance). Plus it makes the perfect base with plentiful, inexpensive buses radiating out of the city to the rest of Slovenia, which is as picture-perfect as Switzerland but much easier on the wallet."

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ZNAMENITOSTI: SITULA

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Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 08/2014

sreda, 03. september 2014

TRUBADUR: MESARSKI MOST

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 08/2014

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 08/2014

ODUZUNI: THE GUARDIAN

(12/2005)
 
"It's the capital of a country many would struggle to pinpoint on a map. Few can properly pronounce its name, fewer still can spell it. But none of this matters when you have all the right ingredients for a perfect city break."
(...)
With a population of 280,000, Ljubljana is Slovenia's largest and most cosmopolitan city by far but to an outsider it will feel more like a quaint provincial town than a capital. A little gem of a city, it has everything you would want in a weekend break, only in small doses. Two or three days is ample time to cover its highlights. (...)"

nedelja, 17. avgust 2014

NOB: CELOVŠKA CESTA

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 04/2014

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 04/2014

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 04/2014

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 04/2014

Foto: Tomaž Levičar, 04/2014