Ljubljana and me

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How to discover Reber Street and Castle Hill

All around city center of Ljubljana,starting with the river side and continuing with small streets around Prešernov trg, you can find  quite a lot of old books shops that sell all kinds,in most languages and with different prices. Take a look around,P1070710aaa the books that are smiling to the sun are on offer,one euro. I’ve picked one, a mystery book, and I continued my exploring,this time bit more different..being lazy under the sun:)

But to get there, you’ll have to pass through what is called Reber Street or Road,before Stari trg  P1070756aaa ,where a cute graffiti will keep you company,on the roadP1070727aaa, while your feet are climbing lots and lots of staresP1070703aaa  ,some between cute secluded gardensP1070702aaa and some between old fortification walls from Ljubljana Castle and houses aroundP1070700aaa,taking you in the heart of Castle Hill.

You’ll feel like in a urban fairy tale and a graffiti P1070753aaawill announce what soon you will discover.. a secluded playground, standing on the old fortifications of Ljubljana CastleP1070696aaa P107069aaa1.

Interesting playground,not many people around at all, you can hear the birds singing and the flag from the Castle waving in the wind.. and the view over the crowded city is beautiful..

I enjoyed by book and view thereP1070699aaa😉

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5 comments on “How to discover Reber Street and Castle Hill

  1. Katra.
    April 14, 2013

    o wow! i’m living in Ljubljana for a quite long time now and i never walked this way to get to the castle, what a shame! 🙂 thanks god it’s finally spring here, so i can go tomorrow 😀

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    • Mona Alexa
      April 14, 2013

      look for the cute graffiti..will guide you:D maybe I join you as well,been there last few days,but in week-end is too crowded:))

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      • Katra.
        April 14, 2013

        ..weekends and finally sun, i believe it’s too many people! but i will definitely go one day in this week, maybe we’ll meet 🙂 anyway your blog is really nice! (because of it i’m making must-see list and i’m living in Ljubljana for 16 years now…) 😀

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      • Mona Alexa
        April 14, 2013

        :))))))))))))) it is actually normal. locals don’t look for every little “crap” like a foreigner does 🙂 . If you have ideas what do see,experience in Lju,however weird might sound lol let me know!!;)

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      • Katra.
        April 14, 2013

        no problem! 😀 actually there are some weird or cute or interesting places that i know 🙂 maybe i could join you one day for a cup of coffee or a walk and talk? 🙂 i joined your fb page, i think it easier to contact 😀

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