The views are great but not sure it is really worth the price just to go up the tower. The rest of the place is not really worth it, although the virtual tour was interesting.
About Ljubljana Castle
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The castle is owned by the city and is a primary tourist stop. Although much has been restored, it remains an interesting site to visit. It is very much a commercial enterprise with cafes and shops. During the summer there are evening films under the...More
The castle is accessed by a funicular. At the top there's a museum, a restaurant and a watchtower. The views from the top of the watchtower are breathtaking. The town is surrounded by mountains, so from every angle you can see the landscape. We had...More
You can buy tickets with audio guide and cable car at the cable car departure. I think it saves you a 10 to 15min walk up the hill. There are also guided tours with people dressed like old time, check on the website. The castle...More
Went here on a hot summer day when the city was crowded. Not too long waiting in line for the funicular, would be a welcome improvement if it was one down and one up instead of one for both. Unfortunately the castle was too crowded...More
To be frank this castle is not that special. However entrance is for the most part free, it is easy to access from the city and you have a really nice view from the castle wall. Taken together it is definitely worth visiting when you...More
The time machine guided tour was interesting. Just a pity the actors spoke too fast. Even though we really appreciated the afternoon we spend at the castle.
I guess visiting the castle is a must, but it didn't blow me away. Interesting combination of old and new architecture, which I would have liked to hear more about. Enjoyed the museum and the prison was interesting. Vaguely racist photo exhibit of "disappearing cultures"...More
We didn't enter the castle proper (or I may have rated higher!) but walked all around the grounds. There is a cost to go in and you are limited to what you see for free (understandable). We enjoyed seeing where the original windows had been...More