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a cesta to the Medno stop, or bus 8 to Brod and begin walking.
Another way to go is via the Smlednik bus from the main station and then follow the marked path from the 12th-century Smlednik Castle.
Courses Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language LANGUAGE COURSE Offline map Google map (Center za Sloven??ino kot Drugi/Tuji Jezik; 241 86 47; www.centerslo.net; Kongresni trg 12) The Centre for Slovene as a Second/ Foreign Language offers a full palette of Slovene language courses suited to short-term visitors, students or serious linguistic study.
The centre offers a free 90-minute survival course in Slovene every Wednesday from 5pm to 6.
30pm at the Slovenian Tourist Information Centre .
Tours The Ljubljana Tourist Information Centre organises a number of guided tours of the city and even has a digital tour guide (€10) taking in 17 sights and lasting about two hours.
A glass-enclosed vessel offers guided one-hour English-language boat tours (adult/child €10/5; sailings 10am, 11am & 1pm, hourly 5-8pm) on the Ljubljanica River, departing from near the little Ribji trg Pier along Cankarjevo nabre?je.
Segway Tours Ljubljana ( 041 683 184; www.segway-slovenia.com) , run by Bled-based 3glav Adventures , will have you seeing the capital at a different level altogether ¨C from a two-wheeled, self- balancing electric-powered conveyance.
Two¨Chour tours (€65) of up to eight people depart at 10am and 2pm daily; see the website for exact departure points.
Festivals & Events Ljubljana is at its most vibrant in July and August during the so-called Summer in the Old Town season, when there are four or five free cultural events a week in the city?ˉs historic squares, courtyards and bridges.
Druga Godba WORLD MUSIC (http://festival.
si; May-Jun) This festival of alternative and world music takes place in the Kri?anke from late May to early June.
Ljubljanska Vinska Pot WINE TASTING (Ljubljana Wine Route; www.ljubljanskavinskapot.
si; Jun) Held on a Saturday in June, this event brings wine makers from around the country to central Ljubljana, where visitors spend the day wandering around sampling the offerings.
Ana Desetnica International Street Theatre Festival THEATRE (www.anadesetnica.org; Jun-Jul) Organised by the Ana Monro Theatre in late June/early July, this festival is not to be missed.
Ljubljana Festival MUSIC & THEATRE (www.ljubljanafestival.
si; Jul-Aug) The number-one event on Ljubljana?ˉs social calendar is the Ljubljana Festival, a celebration from early July to late August of music, opera, theatre and dance held at venues throughout the city, but principally in the open-air theatre at the Kri?anke.
Trnfest ALTERNATIVE (www.kud.
si; Jul-Aug) An international festival of alternative arts and culture ¨C and many Ljubljan?ans?ˉ favourite annual event ¨C takes place at the KUD France Pre?eren in Trnovo and at other venues from late July to late August.
City of Women PERFORMANCE ART (www.cityofwomen.org; Oct) Held in the first half of October in venues throughout Ljubljana, it showcases all forms of artistic expression by women.
International Ljubljana Marathon MARATHON (www.ljubljanskimaraton.
si; Oct) Takes off on the last Saturday in October.
RENTING A PLACE OF YOUR OWN If you plan on staying for an extended period (longer than three nights), renting an apartment can be cheaper and more comfortable than a hotel.
While you sacrifice a 24-hour reception desk and someone to cook your breakfast, you gain a bit more privacy, a washing machine and a fully-equipped kitchen.
Apartments In Ljubljana ( Offline map Google map 051-666 400; www.apartmentsinljubljana.com; Gradaska 8a; per night €70-145) offers several apartments, ranging from a studio to a 150-sq-metre, three-bedroom affair, about a 10-minute walk south of the centre.
The apartments have been fully renovated and furnished in tastefully modern, minimalist style.
Rates vary depending on the size of the apartment and the time of year.
Sleeping Accommodation prices in Ljubljana are the highest in the country, so expect to shell out a bit more here than elsewhere.
For tighter budgets there is a growing number of higher-quality modern hostels, some with private singles and doubles.
For longer stays of more than a couple of nights, there?ˉs the option of renting out a private apartment.
The TIC website maintains a comprehensive list of hotels and sleeping options, including private rooms (single/double from €30/50).
Unfortunately, only a few of these are in the centre; most require a bus trip north to Be?igrad or beyond.
Antiq Palace Hotel & Spa €€€ BOUTIQUE HOTEL Offline map Google map ( 051-364 124; www.antiqpalace.com; Gosposka ulica 10 & Vegova ulica 5a; s/d €180/210; ) Easily the city?ˉs most luxurious sleeping option, the Antiq Palace occupies a 16th-century town house about a block from the river.
Accommodation is in 13 individually designed suites, each with several rooms and some stretching to 250 sq metres in size.
The list of amenities is a mile long.
Perfect for upscale honeymooners and businessmen on expenses.
Cubo €€€ BOUTIQUE HOTEL Offline map Google map ( 425 60 00; www.hotelcubo.com; Slovenska cesta 15; s/d €120/140; ) This sleek boutique hotel in the centre of town boasts high-end, minimalist design that could have stepped out of the pages of Wallpaper magazine.
The owners have placed great emphasis on using the best construction materials and high- quality bedding to ensure a good night?ˉs sleep.
The in-house restaurant is very good.
HOSTEL Celica Hostel €€ Offline map Google map ( 230 97 00; www.hostelcelica.com; Metelkova ulica 8; dm €19-25, s/d/tr cell €53/60/70; ) This stylishly revamped former prison (1882) in Metelkova has 20 ??cells?ˉ, designed by different artists and architects and complete with original bars.
There are nine rooms and apartments with three to seven beds and a packed, popular 12-bed dorm.
The ground floor is home to a cafe and restaurant (set lunch €5 to €7, open from 7.
30am to midnight) and the hostel boasts its own gallery where everyone can show their work.
Slami? B&B €€ PENSION Offline map Google map ( 433 82 33; www.slamic.
si; Kersnikova ulica 1; s €65-75, d €95-100, ste from €135; ) It?ˉs slightly away from the action but Slami?, a B&B above a famous cafe and teahouse, offers 11 bright rooms with antique(ish) furnishings and parquet floors.
Choice rooms include the ones looking on to a back garden and the one just off an enormous terrace used by the cafe.
Penzion Pod Lipo €€ PENSION Offline map Google map ( 031-809 893; www.penzion-podlipo.com; Bor?tnikov trg 3; d/tr/q/ste €65/75/100/125; ) Sitting atop one of Ljubljana?ˉs oldest gostilna (inn-like restaurant), with a 400-year-old linden tree, this 10-room inn offers plain rooms but excellent value in a part of the city that is filling up with bars and restaurants.
We love the communal kitchen, the original hardwood floors and the east- facing terrace with deckchairs that catch the morning sun.
Antiq Hotel €€€ BOUTIQUE HOTEL Offline map Google map ( 421 35 60; www.antiqhotel.
si; Gornji trg 3; s €75-120, d €85-150; ) This attractive boutique hotel has been cobbled together from several town houses in the Old Town.<>
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