Capital city Ljubljana
More and more tourists and travellers are discovering the beauty and magic of the white Ljubljana, the symbol of which is a dragon, reigning on the Dragon Bridge. The current image of the old city centre was formed after the catastrophic earthquake of 1895. The architects Maks Fabiani and Jože Plečnik left their marks on the post-earthquake Ljubljana. Fabiani, according to the style of the European capitals of his time (Vienna, Prague, Budapest), introduced a baroque-secession style in the construction of majestic buildings of the city centre. The creations of Plečnik, beside buildings, can also be admired by walking along or taking a boat on the Ljubljanica River, where many bridges, including the famous Tromostovje – three bridges – can be seen. A hill with the Ljubljana Castle rises above the city centre, which offers a wonderful view of the city and nearby hills and mountains. Ljubljana is adorned by many parks and meadows, with the largest being the park Tivoli. Ljubljana is 85 km or 1 hour and 10 minutes' drive away from the Herbal Glamping Resort.