Every Sunday in September there will be two hours of jogging with a guide, who will lead us past many of the city’s best sights on a route of 8.58km. Jogging route: TIC, Cankarjevo nabrežje, Čevljarski most, Breg (1st halt for explanation), Križevniška, Trg Francoske revolucije, (2nd halt for explanation), Vegova, Kongresni trg, (3rd halt for explanation), Šubičeva, Parliament, Trg republike (4th halt for explanation), Park narodnih herojev, Opera, Cankarjeva, (5th halt for explanation outside the Modern gallery), Jakopič Promenade, past the Tivoli Mansion, on paths to Rožnik, to the junction on Cankarjev vrh, towards Mostec, on the last crossroads over seven bridges to the Cekin mansion, (with the 6th halt for explanation), along the Jakopič avenue, the underpass to Puharjeva, Štefanova, Slovenska (7th halt for explanation), Nazorjeva, TIC.
Start and finish outside TIC on Stritarjeva ulica; stop in the Point.For You info centre with a brief presentation on the EGC 2016.
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