The seat of the city government and sometimes referred to as the Magistrat or Rotovž , the town hall was erected in the late 15th...
Cathedral of St Nicholas
A church has stood here since the 13th century, but the existing twin-towered building dates from the start of the 18th century. Inside...
If you’re more interested in the grape than the grain, hop over to this excellent wine bar where, with due ceremony and ritual, you can...
One of the culinary joys of a visit to Ljubljana is the chance to sample inexpensive and well-prepared fish dishes. This basement...
Lonely Planet review
In this old vaulted house near the Central Market, traditional Slovenian food is served on heavy tables by costumed waiters. Pizza is available if traditional dishes like obara (veal stew around €6) and Krvavica sausage with cabbage don't appeal.