Miklošič RoadUrbanc houseLjubljana Central PharmacyBishop's MansionNarcissus FountainTown SquareČop StreetUrsuline convent in LjubljanaSlovenska cesta
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Exploring Ljubljana: A Journey Through Time and Culture

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An audio guided tour by Jenny Multilingual, The Tourist

Welcome to Ljubljana! On this GPS guided audio tour, we will visit 9 stops on a route of 1.38km. This tour focusses mainly on general tourism.

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Tour Sights 📸

Miklošič Road
Sight A street in Ljubljana's city center, named after Franz von Miklosich, the founder of scientific Slawistics. The street features notable buildings like the Mariä-Verkündigung-Kirche, Grand Hotel Union, and Justizpalast.
Miklošič Road
Urbanc house
Sight A historic building, the Urbanc house is a three-story shopping arcade constructed in the Wiener Jugendstil style in 1903, designed by Friedrich Sigmundt and featuring ornate wooden carvings and a grand staircase.
Urbanc house
Ljubljana Central Pharmacy
Sight A Neo-Renaissance building housing the city's central pharmacy, designed by Ferdinand Hauser in 1896-97 and built by Gustav Tönnies, featuring a façade by Filip Supančič.
Ljubljana Central Pharmacy
Bishop's Mansion
Sight A majestic Bishop's Palace was built after the 1511 earthquake by the Bishop of Ljubljana, Krištof Ravbar, featuring a beautiful Baroque courtyard and hosting noted guests like four tsars, including Napoleon.
Bishop's Mansion
Narcissus Fountain
Sight A late Baroque stone fountain featuring a marble statue of Narcissus sitting on a rocky mass, gazing into a water mirror underneath, as depicted in Ovid's Metamorphoses, where the mythical figure falls in love with his own reflection.
Narcissus Fountain
Town Square
Sight A major square in Ljubljana's city center features the Ljubljana Town Hall, Robba Fountain replica, and the Krisper House, where Slovene poet France Prešeren's muse Julija Primic was born, and composer Gustav Mahler lived for a time.
Town Square
Čop Street
Sight A historic street in Ljubljana, once named Elephant Street, was renamed Prešeren Street in 1892 and then Čop Street in 1949, named after Matija Čop, a literary figure and friend of France Prešeren.
Čop Street
Ursuline convent in Ljubljana
Sight A Baroque monastery with a notable church of St. Trinity, built between 1718 and 1726, features a wavy façade and characteristic front.
Ursuline convent in Ljubljana
Slovenska cesta
Sight A street in Ljubljana, the city center, that follows the path of several renamed streets over time. It connects several important landmarks, cultural institutions, and commercial areas, offering a range of shops, restaurants, and accommodations.
Slovenska cesta

About this Tour ℹ

Stops
9
Walking time
17 min
Average Rating
-
Language
en-US
Distance
1.38km

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