The graceful Opera House, northeast of the National Museum, opened in 1892 as the Provincial Theatre, and plays in German and...
National Museum of Slovenia
Highlights include a highly embossed Vače situla , a Celtic pail from the late 6th century BC unearthed in a town east of Ljubljana,...
Slovenian Museum of Natural History
Housed in the same impressive building as the National Museum , the Natural History Museum contains the usual reassembled mammoth and...
Jazz Club Gajo
Now in its 18th year, Gajo is the city’s premier venue for live jazz and attracts both local and international talent. Jam sessions are...
In the basement of the Maximarket department store, this glass and chrome self-service eatery is surprisingly upbeat, and just the...
Lonely Planet review
The renovated parliament building built between 1954 and 1959 at the northeast corner of the square, is no beauty-pageant winner on the outside but the mammoth portal festooned with bronze sculptures is noteworthy. If you can time it right, it’s worth booking a guided tour to see the inside, especially the period-piece mural by Slavko Pengov.