They are only ordinary bridges. But there are some importantly attractive sightseeings, restaurants, shops and so forth. They are the entrance of old town.
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World famous & visually spectacular & appealing - a visit to these 3 bridges across the same river- & all parallel to each other so close is a must! Wonderful architecture & generous stonework make these bridges memorable in the beautiful city of Ljubljana. Highly...More
Triple Bridge is a shear center of my town Ljubljana, from there you have everything a few minutes walk. Ljubljana castle, Križanke (where concerts take place), shopping stores Nama and Maximarket, old town of Ljubljana with little shops, cafes and restaurants, central bus and train...More
In the center of the city there these 3 nice bridges connecting the old and the modern part of the city. Good to see them but nothing special except the fct that there 3 bridges and not only one. Some street musicians nearby and a...More
Acording to the brochures, In Ljubljana, there are 34 bridges over only one river flowing through the city. Presernov trg invites you with three bridges next to each other with no reason. However, you will be told that "three bridges are bether than one", and...More
Just three bridges next to each other but very nice especially in the evening with all lights on, musicians playing and the Castle in the background. Many pubs and restaurants around.
Yes, Ljubljana does not have any world famous monuments or huge parks and river fronts. This is a small city with a small downtown and a small central riverfront. But the riverfront is traffic free. The downtown is clean and picturesque. The Triple Bridge is...More
I love the idea of triple bridge, it's so original but a bit hard to captive on ypur camera :D so you need to see it on your own.
Sad to say, our river trip was soggy with a dripping transparent ceiling- otherwise I think I would be a total fan of it. Even still, we all really enjoyed seeing the bridges - triple bridge and Dragon bridge being the most imaginative and engaging....More