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  • August, the month of sustainable tourism

    Above Ljubljana.

    Ljubljana, European Green Capital 2016, has entered the eighth month of the green year, which is thematically devoted to sustainable tourism. The free programme at the information point Point.For you. in front of the City Hall will be coordinated by Ljubljana Tourism, but activities will also take place in this month green ambassador city districts of Rožnik, Šentvid and Bežigrad. More

  • Open-air theatre at Congress Square

    On 23, 24 and 25 August 2016, at 21.00, Kinodvor invites you to the Open-air Cinema Congress Square. The screening of three film classics is admission free. More

  • Global Green Destinations Day

    On 27 and 28 September 2016, the two-day Global Green Destinations Day conference is going to be held in Ljubljana. It is the main green destination event at global level bringing together leading experts in the field of sustainable development and green tourism. More

  • Sebastião Salgado: Genesis

    The exhibiton is on display from May 31 to August 31 2016.

    As one of the main cultural projects of the 2016 European Green Capital, the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana is presenting the momentous exhibition Genesis, a project by the world-renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado. More

  • Save the Bees

    Within the scope of the title Ljubljana, European Green Capital, the Save the Bees exhibition about bees and the beekeeping tradition in Slovenia is on display at the Ljubljana Castle until 25 September 2016. More

  • The MAN campaign continues

    »Man, take care of your city«

    The City of Ljubljana is continuing its socially responsible campaign »Človek, čuvaj svoje mesto« (»Man, take care of your city«). In its focus is calling attention to picking up dog feces and throwing away bubble gum into garbage bins. More

  • President of Georgia at City Hall

    On 18 July 2016, Mayor Zoran Janković welcomed the President of the Republic of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili and his delegation at the City Hall. More

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  • Ljubljana - European Green Capital 2016 in Wiesbaden

    Ljubljana – European Green Capital 2016 presents itself in twin town Wiesbaden, Germany, with an exhibition Ljubljana – Today / Before, which presents selected projects carried out by the City of Ljubljana in less than a decade. Projects have fundamentally changed the image of the Slovenian capital. More

  • Rainbow Cities’ meeting in Amsterdam

    From 4 to 6 August, the 4th meeting of the representatives of the Rainbow Cities Network, of which the City of Ljubljana is also a member, was held in Amsterdam. More

  • Novelties in the Ljubljana Zoo

    In the Ljubljana Zoo, you will be able to observe 29 alpine ibexes again; among them, there are six offspring. During the visit, you can see many offspring of other species, as well. More

  • Sculpture exhibitions and workshops at the City Hall

    Two “green” sculpture exhibitions are displayed at the City Hall: the exhibition Ceramics of the Ceramists and Potters Society, and Urša Toman’s exhibition entitled Hanging Gardens. More

  • Monument to Russian and Soviet soldiers unveiled in Žale

    During the visit of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin in Slovenia, on Saturday, 30 July 2016, at Ljubljana's cemetery Žale, we unveiled the monument to Russian and Soviet soldiers who perished during both world wars on the territory of our country. More

  • President of Bulgaria at City Hall

    Mayor Zoran Janković held a reception on 25 July 2016 at Ljubljana City Hall for the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rosen Plevneliev with his delegation. More

  • Prima Toboggan

    On Saturday and Sunday, 23 and 24 July 2016, you are invited to the Congress Square to the free of charge water event with the Prima Toboggan. More