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Tivoli park is a good combination of gardens and pine forest with a lot of rolling hiking paths. You can walk or run, or simply have a rest. Nice alternative to the old city center within a few hundred of meters.
This park is a green oasis en Ljubljana. It has a café, a museum, and a lot of green room with space for everyone. Great for kids to run and play, great for adults to walk around, or to have a coffee at the café...More
You could easily spend all day walking around the park! There are so many avenues to take and sights to see. We came across an outside gym which was really nice. Mostly, you won't even see any one walking around. The gardens are beautifully kept...More
We decided to walk to the zoo from Ljubljana which took about 40 mins and took us through this park. Very pretty park with play area and a nice cafe to stop for ice creams. Beautiful view over the lily ponds.
The design for the general public park was created by French engineer Blanchard. The park was opened in 1813. it had been later emended by Latterman, gardeners by Marshal Radetzky et al.. when the earthquake, he was suggested by designer Fabiani civil authority and gardener...More
We visited the park with a small picnic on one of the hottest days in June. It was relatively quiet and we were able to sit down on the grass and relax for an hour. While it seems big, I didn't see much in terms...More
It’s a public park. There were no gates to restrict access. You can walk in and out anytime. However, I have no idea if the city of Ljubljana has regulations limiting access after a certain time (e.g., as in London when... More
It’s a public park. There were no gates to restrict access. You can walk in and out anytime. However, I have no idea if the city of Ljubljana has regulations limiting access after a certain time (e.g., as in London when the police shooed us out of Holland Park when the sun went down).