Ljubljana city life
Ljubljana is a picturesque city boasting a wealth of attractions. The buildings have an interesting mix of architectural elements and many sights in the surrounding areas are worth seeing as well.
Major attractions in Ljubljana are:
- The Ljubljana Castle (with Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance architectural elements)
- The Franciscan Church of the Annunciation
- The Town Hall
- Ljubljana Cathedral
- Neboticnik ("Skyscraper") – is a thirteen-story building combining elements of the Neoclassical and the Art-Deco architecture
- Triple Bridge – is a group of three bridges, connecting two parts of Ljubljana's downtown (including the iconic Dragon Bridge)
- The Ljubljana City Art Gallery
- The Slovenian Museum of Natural History
- Fountain of Three Carniolan Rivers
International atmosphere in Ljubljana
Most of the foreigners in Ljubljana are the international students coming from many European countries. Regarding the immigrant population, these come mostly from Bosnia, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, and Macedonia. The great majority of students come from the republics of the former Yugoslavia.
Due to its geographical location, fenced by Italy, Austria and Croatia, this makes Slovenia and specifically Ljubljana, an interesting investment location or place for doing business.
In Ljubljana, you will experience warm summers and moderately cold winters. Precipitations are evenly distributed throughout the seasons, although winter and spring tend to be drier than summer and autumn. July and August are the warmest months with daily high temperatures between 25 and 30 °C (77 and 86 °F), and January is the coldest month with the temperatures mostly around 0 °C (32 °F). Snow occurs from December to February.