Plečnik House received a recommendation in The New York Times

If you only had 36 hours to visit Ljubljana, how would you use them? Well, according to Alex Crevar from The New York Times, a visit to the Plečnik House is a must on your to-do list.

From The New York Times newspaper
From The New York Times newspaper

In mid-October, the International Edition of The New York Times published a travelogue about the Slovenian capital, which limited the visit to the city to only 36 hours. Its author Alex Crevar particularly emphasised Ljubljana's green spirit, a car-free city centre, and historic architecture, where he could not overlook the importance of Jože Plečnik, as his architecture "still drives the city's aesthetic". Consequently, he also visited the Plečnik House in Trnovo during his short stay in Ljubljana.

You can read what else did the journalist of The New York Times experience while in Ljubljana by following this link.

Posted: 20. 10. 2017

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