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Biblioteca Nacional y Universitaria de Eslovenia (Arodna en Univerzitetna Knjiznica)
Biblioteca Nacional y Universitaria de Eslovenia (Arodna en Univerzitetna Knjiznica)

Biblioteca Nacional y Universitaria de Eslovenia (Arodna en Univerzitetna Knjiznica)

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Turjaška ulica 1, Ljubljana

Informacion practica

Ubicadas en Turjaška ulica en Ljubljana, las salas de exhibición de la biblioteca están abiertas de lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. a 8 p.m. y los sábados de 9 a.m. a 2 p.m. La entrada es gratuita, aunque las visitas deben reservarse con antelación. Se puede acceder fácilmente al sitio a pie, pero la mayoría de las líneas de autobús lo llevarán a la estación de autobuses Drama ubicada a menos de un cuarto de milla (280 metros) al noroeste de la atracción.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The National and University Library of Slovenia is an ideal spot for architecture and history buffs.
  • Look for a line of monuments to famous Slavicists and Slovenian composers, also designed by Plečnik.
  • Admission is free, though visits to the reading room must be booked in advance.
  • A cafe in the basement is open to the public.
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How to Get There

The National and University Library of Slovenia is located on Turjaška ulica in Ljubljana, which is within easy walking distance from most parts of the old town. Most bus lines stop at the Drama bus station, less than a fourth of a mile (280 meters) northwest of the library.

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When to Get There

The library’s exhibition rooms are open Monday - Friday, mornings to evenings, and Saturday until the afternoon. To avoid the crowds that come in the summer high season, visit Ljubljana in the late spring or early fall when the weather is pleasant, and you can find deals on hotels. During Christmastime, the city is especially magical with festive lights, markets, and foods.

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Wildcard

Tivoli Park and Mansion A few blocks west of the bridge is Tivoli Park, Ljubljana's largest green space packed with walking/cycling trails, playgrounds, and cultural institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia and Tivoli Mansion, which houses the International Centre of Graphic Arts. Wander to the pond for a bite to eat or stop and smell 160 types of roses, including the pink Prešeren cultivar named after the Slovenian poet France Prešeren.

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