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Gornji Street (Gornji Trg)

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“old city” (4 reviews)
Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A beautiful, well-preserved square with cafes, shops and the sound of music drifting from nearby - an ideal place to sit in the sun and watch the world go by as is most of Ljubljana.

Thank casswife
Reviewed 12 June 2017

We were here for a total of 6 days and found the area amazing. On this street is located a shop selling only goods handmade in Slovenia. Excellent craftsmanship. At the beginning of the street is the old square, and from what we could here,...More

Thank JanesMom13
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Walking on this street and exploring a small alley on the left and right side of the street is like treasure hunting; Many cute store with various innovative product creation.

Thank Yennylukes
Reviewed 7 March 2017 via mobile

This square was one of many in the old and beautiful part of Ljubljana. I recommend you walk around in the olden part of the city as there are many beautiful buildings, squares, fountains, bridges, churches, market to enjoy that you would otherwise miss as...More

1  Thank Marie A
Reviewed 3 March 2017

I have recently travelled to lovely Ljubljana with my girlfriend for a weekend, as we wanted to go somewhere not too far from Switzerland by car and none of us had previously been to Slovenia. Being a regular in Prague I am used to seeing...More

1  Thank Gabriele1989
Reviewed 28 February 2017

The Upper Square (Gornji trg) of Ljubljana is considered to be one of the most beautiful sightseeings of Slovenia's capital. Its medieval beauty represented in architecturally balancing buildings and its main square gives Ljubljana an authentic taste. Simply said: always vibrant, full of people and...More

1  Thank IgorMarkovic
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Old Ljubljana is small, accessible and very agreeable. Gornji street offers traditional cuisine, cafes, hip little shops, the occasional brilliant street musician, and beautifully restored buildings and square. Perfect place for a stroll regardless of weather.

1  Thank MayaIvanovna123
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Gornji trg is underestimated part of medieval Ljubljana. There are oldest buildings of medieval city, a Baroque church, some bars and shops. You can start your trip to the castle hill from there. Look at the fountain and at a palace, built by Max Fabiani....More

Thank Miha P
Reviewed 6 January 2017

translation is GORNJI SQUARE and not STREET. BTW: it is in the old city, one of some small squares in the Old city

Thank ismabera
Reviewed 24 December 2016

The old town doesn't have any vehicles which makes it a very attractive place to walk through. Gornji street seems to be the main walkway with plenty of boutique shops and cafes along the way and the mandatory historical buildings. Hard to miss when you...More

Thank KGB777
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