Ljubljana's largest park, Tivoli's greenery and chestnut-lined avenues brings nature right into the city centre. In addition to trees and flower beds, the 5 square kilometre park also features many monuments, fountains, mansions, a fish pond and a children's playground. The park's most prominent feature is Plecnik's (who else?) Jakopic Walk and the baroque grandeur of the Tivoli Mansion and gardens whose steps it leads to. An outdoor swimming pool at the park's edge was the most modern pool in Yugoslavia when it was built in 1929. More recently, several sports parks have been built around the edge of the park, including a concert hall. Tivoli is a great place to stroll, study or snog, depending on your company and mood, so pull in and park it.
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Simona from Slovenia Reply
Park Tivoli je najlepi del Ljubljane in naa pljuča! Z otroki smo preiveli tam dneve brezskrbnega pohajanja in iger na igriču. Poznamo ga, skupaj s Cankarjevim vrhom, kot svoj ep in se vedno znova radi vračamo tja. Čudovito hladen v vročem poletju, romantično zasneen pozimi - vedno pa vreden obiska. Razstave, koncerti in dogodki ga delajo e bolj vrednega ogleda. Dobro skrbovan in urejen - razen juter po koncertih, seveda. Ponoči pa res manj primeren za obisk - a ne zaradi samega parka, pač pa zaradi nas - ljudi! Beautiful place, very alive and well arranged! Pleasantly cold on summer hit, romantic in winter snow and always worth to visit! Our family spent so many hours and days there and on Cankarjev vrh above! We alway enjoy so much in open Exhibitions, concerts, other public events, fantastic children playground ... or just walks in the shade of ancient trees!It's not so appropriate for night visit - because of spoilet people - not because the Park itself! In a word - highly recommended for day visits! Enjoy the Ljubljana lungs! I look forward to visiting it with my daughters and my grandchild! Do not miss it while you stay in Ljubljana!
from United States Reply
awful awful awful. almast made me cry