Your Colorful Ljubljana Apt
AddressKolarjeva 10 LjubljanaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The apartment is located in peaceful suburb of family houses, 200 meters from the city bus and supermarket, just outside the city center circle. The car can be parked outside the house, on the street, free of charge. In 20 minutes you can reach the city center and Tivoli park. If you like to keep fit there are stadion and an open-air fitness around the corner.
200 meters is to nearby park with a playground. It is a very pleasant place to be in the summer. Five minutes away is Siska Church designed by Joze Plecnik.
You can whether go around and explore the city or you can just enjoy your free time in the apartment, where you will feel comfortable and at home. In the apartment there are bathroom, kitchen, spacious corridor and two rooms -one is a bedroom and the second one is a living room, where two more people can sleep. Two and four persons will feel comfortable in the apartment. Also families with one, two or three kids are wellcome. We will provide one more bed if neccesary (ask for the cot). Hairdryer, washingmachine, tv, wi-fi, sheets... everything is waiting for you in your future home.
If you don't feel like preparing meal at home, there is Piazza restaurant (italian food) around the corner. Shops are nearby and an open market as well.
For those who like nature and walking, Tivoli park and Rožnik are also reachable by foot.
And if you need a guide we will walk with you!!
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Cable TV
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Washing machine
- 24 Hour Reception
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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