Stefan Carrington, the editor of the Ljubljana Hotel Information, also works as the newsletter editor for the International Club of Slovenia (ICS) which is the largest expat group in Slovenia. Together with the Ljubljana Hotel Information team and the 800+ ICS members, our aim is to find the latest and most accurate information about the hotels in Ljubljana.
On the hour, every hour, Ljubljana’s puppet theatre plays a tune and these two characters comes out to say hello. We just managed to catch them in today’s photo from Ljubljana even though the photo in itself isn’t the best of the building.
Ljubljana’s festival of Bosnian food is in full swing on Stritarjeva ulica next to Ljubljana’s famous triple bridge. The photo from this morning shows the crowds curiously looking at all the nice food and people in traditional Bosnian folk dresses.
Ljubljana’s free taxis named Kavalir I and Kavalir II drives around the pedestrian streets in Ljubljana offering free rides. As far as we know, you can’t ask them to take you to the airport or anywhere outside the absolute city centre but it’s a great service for tired legs and the elderly.
An ordinary and mostly cloudy day calls for an picture of everyday life in Ljubljana. Here is the main street Slovenska cesta which goes through Ljubljana center with the famous ‘sky scraper’ building Neboticnik.