At 4 p.m. we will meet outside the Point.For You. info centre and set off on a free guided tour, which Ljubljana Tourism has named ALL THE TREASURES OF TIVOLI PARK to get to know Ljubljana’s biggest and most beautiful park, which reaches right into the city centre, and discover its natural, historical and cultural treasures. Our guide will take us along the former promenade that leads to Tivoli via Prešeren Square along Čopova and Cankarjeva past the Opera House, National Gallery, National Museum and Orthodox Church. Our first destination in the park will be Tičistan (the Birds' Home), a nesting site for birds where you can also spot squirrels. We will continue towards the Cekin Mansion and along the Jesenko Forest Trail to the Tivoli Mansion, take a walk down the iconic Jakopič Promenade, and visit the Tivoli Rosarium, where a rose cultivar known as the Ljubljana rose is grown. Our tour will end in the park's pleasantly green fish pond area, next to a popular café called Čolnarna. The tour finishes at 6 p.m.
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