The hotel is located in the old city centre, close to the remains of the ancient Roman city of Emona, as evidenced by the name of the road on which the hotel stands. Only a few steps away, you will find archaeological excavations and remains from Roman times (Roman wall).
To the Ljubljanica River, which is the central and connecting line of the old town, head merely a few steps down the picturesque streets past the main festival space of Križanke with the Križevniška church, which is the work of the world-renowned Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik. The multitude of his creations in the city, referred to as a whole as “Plečnik’s Ljubljana” , is considered to be one of the 20th century’s most important total works of art. NUK, the National and University Library, which is also Plečnik’s work, is located only a few steps forward. When we reach the pleasantly settled embankment, we immediately find ourselves in a partially preserved medieval Ljubljana with striking alleys and squares with a multitude of picturesque bars and shops on the opposite bank of the Ljubljanica River, which is accessible via several stone bridges and wooden footbridges.
Hotel Mrak is a great place to stay in the centre of Ljubljana, since all important national and city sights and facilities are accessible by foot. In cooperation with our partner tourist agency, we have prepared an offer for guided city tours in small groups. Individual visits to the sites are subject to prior arrangement. The tour lasts for two hours and makes for a special way to get to know Ljubljana, the green capital of Europe in 2016.