1. Tivoli Park

Photo Credit: BockoPix

Photo Credit: BockoPix

Tivoli Park is Ljubljana’s largest (an area of about five square kilometers) and most beautiful park, designed by the French engineer Jean Blanchard and created by joining together the parks which had surrounded Podturn and Cekin Mansions. The park features several areas including a swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, a small botanical garden with a glasshouse, a children’s playground, and the scenic Jakopič Promenade.

2. Koseze Pond

Photo Credit: Bashi_B

Photo Credit: Bashi_B

Koseze Pond is a small artificial lake in a former clay pit. The marshy lake provides natural habitat for several rare and endangered plant and animal species. People visit the pond for fishing, boat racing, and skating too when the pond freezes every winter.

3. Zvezda Park

Photo Credit: From Manhattan to Havana

Photo Credit: From Manhattan to Havana

Zvezda Park is located in the center of Ljubljana next to the Congress Square. An event called “Library Under the Treetops” takes place here where people can read books, comics, magazines, and newspapers in different languages – all for free.

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