Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 3
Apartment Trnovo has everything you'll need for a comfortable stay in the heart of the city. It's bright, warm and convenient, situated in peaceful surroundings. WiFi and the use of a computer which is connected to the television is included in the price. There are also books, games and a comfortable sofa to make you feel at home. You can also take a long bubble bath or relax on the balcony.The apartment is located in the city centre, near the Ljubljanica and Gradascica rivers, along which are a number of pubs and restaurants. But this doesn't make it noisy, since the panoramic window and balcony face towards the inside of the apatment complex where there is a small park with benches. A general and a fresh produce store are 1 min away. Along the Ljubljanica River there are walking routs which lead to the main square, Presernov trg, in less than 10 min. It is an ideal starting point to see the city, museums, gallerys, have a walk in Tivoli Park, visit the castle or go to the ZOO, since it is all less than 20 min walking distance, or less than 10 min biking distance (there are bicycles in the basement which you can use for free). It is also a great way to experience the nightlife because you can walk home after spending the evening in the restaurants or clubs in the city centre.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, Studio|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Airport Jožeta Pucnika 27 km, Nearest railway: Railway station Ljubljana 2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 3, Lounge seats for 2|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Bicycles available|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Lift access|
|Further details indoors|
Kitchen is fully equipped with a cooker, big refrigerator with a freezer, a microwave oven and a dinning set for 6 people. A good night's rest is assured by a big, comfortable double bed and a pull-out sofa for the 3rd person, along with the beddings. The bathroom is fully equipped with a sink, mirror, toilet, bath-tub and towels. On the balcony there is a bench where you can have your morning coffee and enjoy the view.
Check-in is after 2pm, check-out untill 11am. You will get the keys at the apartment. You can also borrow the bicycles free of charge. Payment is cash only and for extra 20 euros we can come pick you up at the airport. Pets are not allowed at the apartment. The 3rd person's bed is a pull-out sofa.
The Ljubljana/Central Slovenia region
Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia and its largest city. It is classified as a mid-sized European city, with 277.000 citizens. However, it has kept its small-town friendliness and relaxed atmosphere while providing all the facilities of a modern capital. During winter Ljubljana has a dreamy central European character. Average winter temperature is -2°C. Summers are sunny, warm and influenced by Mediterranean. Average summer temperature is 20°C. Ljubljana has preserved evidence of all the five millennia of its history, among others the remains of pile dwellings by lake-dwelling people in Ljubljana Marshes, remains of the Roman city of Emona, the old city centre with its medieval castle and beautiful buildings with Baroque and Artnouveau façades and decorative portals. In the 20th century, the world famous architect Jože Ple?nik put a remarkable stamp on the city. Ljubljana can boast of rich tradition, youthful vibrancy, cultural creativity, feel for entertainment, and numerous green spaces.
With its 280.000 inhabitants, Ljubljana most certainly ranks among the smaller European capitals, but we are convinced that many bigger cities could be envious of all that it has. Even a good thirty years ago the trade mark of Ljubljana was its skyscraper and castle. The castle, which is about a thousand years old, has been under reconstruction for quite a few years now, so that apart from seeing its renovated chapel of St. George, with its coats-of-arms, the pentagonal tower and wedding Hall, we most strongly recommend a visit to its high tower. The points is, there is a fantastic view from there (as you can see below), not only of the city (the rooftops of Old Ljubljana) and its surroundings (like the moody marsh Barje, the green park Tivoli) but also to the Kamnik Alps in the north and the Julian Alps with Triglav and the Karavanke Alps to the north-west. From the castle you descend into the old part of the city, the quarter between the castle hill and the river Ljubljanica. You won't need more than ten minutes to discover that Ljubljana is a city of the Baroque and also of the work of the architect Joze Plecnik. Actually, you would be unable to cross over the banks of the Ljubljanica river without him, as he had something to do with the Sustarski most (Cobblers' bridge), with Tromostovje (Three Bridges) and in the regulation of the Ljubljanica river itself, as well as at the market, and many other things, too. Among the Baroque monuments we should not only mention the churches (the cathedral, Franciscan, St. James's, the Holy Trinity, the theological seminary) but also the masterpieces of the Venetian sculptor Francesco Robba, the fountain of Carniolian rivers (1751) placed in the centre of Mestni Trg, in front of the Town Hall built in the Renaissance. If you set off towards Krizanke, the seat of the Ljubljana Festival, you will pass by the City Museum, which is only one of the many in Ljubljana, as there is practically no field for which the capital would not have its own museum. Nor is there any lack of art galleries, and the Slovenians are most proud of their National Art gallery, where many works of Slovenian art through the centuries are on display, while we like most of all to show visitors our impressionists (Jakopic, Grohar, ...), not forgetting that our younger artists, whose works are stored in the Modern Art Gallery, also enjoy international acclaim. If you have time in the evening, do not miss the performances of the Opera or the concerts in the multi-purpose cultural centre of the Ivan Cankar Congress Centre (Cankarjev Dom).