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Parques y naturaleza en Liubliana

Las mejores recomendaciones de la gente local para disfrutar la naturaleza

Parque
“Tivoli Park is Ljubljana's largest and most beautiful park, stretching right into the city centre. It was designed in 1813 by the French engineer Jean Blanchard and created by joining together the parks which had surrounded Podturn and Cekin Mansions. The park, covering an area of approximately five square kilometres, is crossed by three grand horse chestnut tree-lined walks and landscaped with ornamental flower beds, interesting trees and numerous statues and fountains. The park area blends into the slopes of the Rožnik hill, to which it is connected by several walking paths and a trim trail with several exercise stations along its length.”
  • Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
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Jardín
“Nearly 200 years old, this garden is part of the biology department of Ljubljana University and has two hectares of protected landscape, with over 4,500 species of native and foreign plants. Guided tours of groups over 15 people are possible for a small fee and when booked 10 days in advance.”
  • Recomendado por 16 habitantes locales
Parque
“The largest park in Ljubljana, at the other end of the pedestrian zone. A protected nature park in the city center. It will take you 15 mins by foot to get there.”
  • Recomendado por 21 habitantes locales
Barrio
“Close to flat - 200 m. You have there all - park, tennis court, swimming pool, fitness, football stadium, athletic stadium,...”
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Parque
“Beautiful place to have a walk, especially in spring and fall. You can also see some tropical plants in the glass house. ”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“Mostec presents more "wild" part of the Lljubljana's central big green area (the other extreme is the Tivoli Park). There are: snack bar, kids playground, and Ljubljana's ski-jumps facilities. The continuation towards hills Šišenski hrib and Rožnik converts short stroll into smaller hike!”
  • Recomendado por 11 habitantes locales
Parque
“There's nothing nicer on a warm sunny day in Ljubljana than heading to the beach. No, not Slovenia’s coast or Croatia’s popular seaside, for here folks in town head just south of the city centre to Ljubljana beach, which isn’t really a beach, but even without the swimming it’s pretty nice sitting on the banks of the Ljubljanica with a drink in hand. The original Ljubljana beach (or plaža in Slovene), a series of steps along the river bank stretching from the corner of Eipprova ulica below Trnovski pristan, was designed by Jože Plečnik who built half the city and also lived nearby. A short stroll further on from town and on the castle side of the river in Prule, is another riverside public space, Špica. Expanses of wooden terraces perfect for a picnic and lounging around on make it another great spot to chill out, and there's even a small playground for kids. Špica also houses a pleasant café offering refreshments all day, and next to the park is the dock for Ljubljana’s flotilla of boat bars and tour boats.”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes locales
Parque
“The Ljubljana Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in Southeastern Europe and one of the oldest cultural, scientific, and educational organizations in Slovenia.”
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Parque
“A large playground for kids in the Tivoli park and close to The Boat House restaurant/coffee shop/sweet shop. Walking distance away.”
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Parque
“It's 5 min form the apt on foot. It's new, big, excellent for kids and families, also for pet lovers and lovers ;)”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes locales
Jardín
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Parque
“The present market, built by the architect Jože Plečnik between 1940 and 1944, was conceived as a two-storey range of riverside market halls following the curve of the river. On the side overlooking the river, the market halls were furnished with large semi-circular windows, and on the side overlooking the street adorned with a colonnade. The whole complex, reflecting Renaissance influences, was covered with a roof of massive concrete tiles. Plečnik planned to fill the gap in the range of market halls with a monumental covered bridge to connect the market-side embankment with the Petkovškovo nabrežje embankment, but the bridge, which was supposed to be called the Butchers' Bridge, was never built. - Actualy it was built recently - the one with the glass floor and statues on it :)”
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Parque
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Parque
“Ljubljana castle; medieval fortress, with a nice view, museum and also a good restaurant! You can reach it by funicular, on foot via Vodnik Square, the Old Square or Town Hall Square.”
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Parque
“Promenade in beautiful park Tivoli, must see and enjoy nature in city centre”
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Parque
“Star Park - in the park among the remains of the walls of antique Emona, stands a copy of the gilded statue of the Emona Citizen.”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales