Visiting Ljubljana, Slovenia’s 2,000-year-old capital, feels like stepping into an ancient fable. It is the sort of place where you can stroll past jelly-bean-coloured Baroque churches, over a bridge flanked by dragons — Ljubljana’s mascot — onto winding cobblestone lanes filled with local farmers selling peonies the size of lap dogs and creaky inns serving bear meat.
Ljubljana is a city that will surprise you and exceed your expectations. It is unique – small by surface area, but huge in terms of hospitality and quality of life. In the Autumn of 2017 we will be hosting the next European Rotaract Meeting. #REMemberdragon #REMembertheride