Thursday, 26 June 2014

Welcome to Lovely Ljubljana in the middle of Slovenia where love is everywhere

With its 280,000 residents Ljubljana ranks among the smaller European capitals. However, despite its size, it is large in charm, as it offers a wealth of history, tradition, style and arts & culture. Its location between Venice and Vienna lends the city an atmosphere that is both Central European and Mediterranean. Those knowing it better would also depict it as safe, green, multilingual and hospitable.

Sunny-day-at-Tromostovje (Author -  Julijan Kodrič);
Ljubljana's compact size, which favours walking and cycling, is one of its advantages, and the green natural environment is ideal for many recreational activities. The city is large enough to provide all the services and infrastructure of a capital, yet - as a cosy urban lounge, small enough to make visitors feel at home during their stay. 

Its image features a harmonic blend of Baroque, Art Nouveau and newer styles, complemented by a medieval hilltop castle and a river. A rich agenda of cultural events, from classical to alternative, a lively café society and an active youth scene fuelled by 60,000 university students contribute to Ljubljana's dynamic flair. 

The Ljubljana Castle (Author: Primož Hieng);
Moreover, it represents an ideal departure point to discover many of Slovenia’s nearby natural and cultural attractions, which by all means enhances a stay in Ljubljana.
More info: 
Krekov trg 10
1000 Ljubljana
Tel.: +386 (0)1 306 12 15

New Hostel Vila Veselova in Ljubljana centre

Why don't you spend the night in the villa? Vila Veselova has Certificate of Excellence 2013 by Tripadvisor, FREE breakfast, FREE coffee/tea, FREE WI-FI & computers and FREE SMILE ;). It’s located in the diplomatic area of the city, just around the corner from a few embassies (Austrian, German, American, Russian and Japanese) and within a walking distance to the town centre, main sights and other points of interest in Ljubljana.

Youth Hostel Vila Veselova
City's main park is just a stone throw away from the hostel and offers abundance of green area and relaxing walks.

Proximity of the major galleries and museums offer travelers endless opportunities to discover culture and history of the country.

Hostel Vila Veselova was also the home of one of the famous Slovenian architects Ciril Metod Koch who rose to prominence after the Ljubljana earthquake, when he reconstructed several buildings in the Vienna Secession style. Vila is enriched with over 140 years old decoration representing the soul of Ljubljana- modern but traditionally charming. It offers rest and chill out spots, a garden and a terrace.

Youth Hostel Vila Veselova
We offer spacious 8, 6 and 4 mixed dorm rooms, a double room, one 4-bed apartment and two kitchenettes. Gathering spots, hot drinks, syrups, air conditioning / fans, laundry, ironing, trips around Slovenia, free internet, luggage storage and own parking in the courtyard are also available.

Youth Hostel Vila Veselova

Veselova ulica 14
1000 Ljubljana
+386 (0)51 65 52 54

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