Ljubljana - the capital of Slovenia is comparing to other capitals, with its 270 000 inhabitants, quite a small city.
Well, 100 years ago, was even smaller and had a more rural status. Today, small villages on the outskirts of the city became a part of the center. However, there are some parts of them that still managed to keep their authenticity and give us a chance to interpret the life once upon ago and today.
When in Ljubljana, you should definitely not miss the Ljubljana’s Montmartre: ex boatmen and so-called salad-women village Trnovo. The village on the Southern part of the city turned into a gathering point for different Slovenian artists. Not only that, became a home place for our prominent architect Jože Plečnik, who, together with his best neighbour, well known Slovenian writer Fran Saleški Finžgar, developed a friendly and creative atmosphere for the locals.
Trnovo is only 5 minutes walking from the car free zone city center and is actually a must for everyone, who offered her/himself to discover our lives in a “slow way”
When around with locals you do not window shop, you try, you comment, you enjoy, you share, you discover, you admire and much more!
Come and join us on one of our custom-made private tours, we can add a visit to this hidden treasure!
Visiting a place with a tourist guide, with a local expert, you profit in many ways: you get the authentic presentation of people living in the country, intriguing local stories and most important: you get to know the hidden treasures known by locals only.
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