Ljubljana is known for its delightful green spaces. The curving Ljubljanica River lined by outdoor cafes, divides the city’s old town from its commercial hub. It has many museums, including the renowned National Museum of Slovenia and the Museum of Modern Art, home to 20th-century Slovene paintings and sculptures. Europe’s green capital is a laid-back charmer of a city. Easily walkable, it boasts striking architecture and a vibrant outdoor eating and drinking culture. The city oozes charm, a delightful confection of Baroque and Habsburg inspired-architecture, richly painted churches, abundant greenery and engaging riverside cafes. It’s close to a couple of hours away from anywhere, be it the imperious limestone mountains and glacial lakes, the Julian Alps, the magical subterranean world of the Karst region or the lush vineyards in its hinterland.