The Dragon Bridge is the symbol of the Slovenian capital. It is a beautiful stone bridge defended by four dragons on each corner. The city symbol is not just on that bridge, you will find this mythological animal all over the city.
Compete with tower, the Church of St. George has to be the best vantage point of this charming Istrian peninsula. In my case, the tower was closed, so I can not compare it to the wonderful views offered by this wall. Not for the world, should this place be missed. Besides the town is so small, you can see everything in a few hours.
In front of the city hall in the town square you'll find one of the most symbolic monuments of Ljubljana, the fountain with allegorical sculptures of the three rivers of Carniola: the Sava River (the most important of the old Yugoslavia, it starts in Slovenia at the Bled Lake and ends in Belgrade, on the Danube), the Krka and the Ljubljanica. It was built in 1751 by the most important sculptor of Ljubljana during the eighteenth century, Francesco Robba.
East of the Jurcic square you'll find the Cevijarski, or Cobblers' Bridge. Before there was an intervention by the people racing to get to Plecnik Vecchio bridge as it was covered and craft workshops lined. It is next to the Three Bridges and the Dragon the most important city and one of the main steps to the old town.
Tromostovje Bridge was built from an old stone bridge from 1842 by the great architect Plecnik. Two pedestrian sides were added in 1931, so that has been a curious and elegant way to enter the old town. This architect did most of his work in this city, so we can almost talk of Ljubljana Joze Plecnik it literally transformed the city in the first third of the twentieth century. A part of this bridge built three other two, that of the Shoemakers and Trnovo (Trnovski most), unique concrete bridge where trees. The three bridges were part of its project to restore the river Ljubljanica for the city.