Tivoli Park

The largest green space in the magnificent city of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Tivoli Park, designed in 1813, is one of the best ways to experience nature in an urban landscape. Designed by Jean Blanchard, a French engineer, the goal of his design was to unite two existing parks over 5 square kilometres. Today, it is one of the most exquisite parks within city limits across Europe. With more than 100 hours worth of walking trails, it is easy to get lost exploring the many paths lined with beautiful flower beds, lush trees, and tranquil streams. The scenic Jakopič Promenade sits in the central part of Tivoli Park. It has become a well known outdoor venue for exhibitions of large-format photographs and hosts a beautiful view at sunset. 

If you’re looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of urban life, grab a coffee and walk along the winding paths of the quaint Tivoli Park. 

Read what others share about their experience

  • diana marceta
    a month ago
    Very nice, big park. It is very peaceful, it is really a place where you can rest. The park is...
  • Tom Knight
    a week ago
    Gorgeous historical park where Slovenians used to dress up, walk the promenade, and meet prospective...
  • Ekaterina Greeley
    a month ago
    Beautiful and clean park in the heart of Ljubljana. I highly recommend to visit and spend there a...
  • Nina K
    2 weeks ago
    Beautiful place to walk, run, hike to the pink church, have a picnic, or just sit down and chill,...
  • V H
    V H
    a month ago
    This massive parkland starts just on the edge of the city, we entered it at the museum precinct,...

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