Everybody says – Škofja Loka is so pretty!

Only 23 km (14 miles) from the Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana, you can spend a day back in time in Škofja Loka. This small town is among the most beautiful and oldest settlements in Slovenia. Its medieval town center is the best preserved in the whole country and it […]

Welcome to Slovenia’s region of Jeruzalem!

Yes, you did read it correctly. There is a place with a name Jeruzalem in Slovenia, too. But in Slovenia, Jeruzalem is a small settlement in the northeastern part of the country. It is best known for its endless vineyards and the breathtaking panoramic views […]


Composed of baroque and renaissance buildings with some stunning views of mountains and valleys the town of Radovljica is also home to Slovenia’s Museum of Apiculture. In a country where there are five beekeepers for every thousand people, the museum is well worth visiting to […]

A seasonal delight: Spring Bloom Of Velika Planina Purple Crocuses

Just 30 minutes north of Ljubljana, above the city of Kamnik, you can transcend into a very different world of alpine pastures, cows and herdsmen’s villages. In April – everyone’s waiting for blooming crocuses At the end of winter, when the high snow melts away, […]

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Ljubljana Drama Café: Afternoon tea, evening prosecco

Ljubljana Drama Café: Afternoon tea, evening prosecco

You can find the 1919 Ljubljana Drama green building not far from Cankarjev dom or Ljubljana Congress Square in the city center. The cafe is located on the first floor in a former foyer, reachable by a winding staircase. But the climb is definitely worth it, because it’s where the whole new world opens.

For Drama program visit: https://www.en.drama.si/

Drama Ljubljana is the central drama theatre in Slovenia

Drama Ljubljana has the largest, most recognizable and respected ensemble. Its repertory includes classical, contemporary and experimental theatre productions.

Drama Café on its floor (as already mentioned) is much more than a meeting place. It is a wonderful venue for literary and music events. Most of all, the cozy atmosphere just embaces you. Furthermore, its terrace is overlooking the Ljubljana Castle, ant it’s a really lovely view.

A perfect setting

Among the various tables and armchairs, adorned with numerous candlesticks and lamps, an old record player stands, together with a rich collection of records.

The cafe boasts a collection of statues of the first Slovenian actresses and actors. Among them are at least three women – Augusta Danilova (1869 – 1958), Maria Vera (1881 – 1954) and Vida Juvan (1905 – 1998). They all gained their first theater experience across Europe and only later entered the stage of the Ljubljana Drama.

Images from the distant past and photographs from contemporary performances testify the rich activity of the largest Slovenian theater.

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