Since Slovenia is considered a green country with one of the most beautiful natures, we single out the parks that you should visit while in Ljubljana. Slovenian parks are places where all natural imperfections are perfect.
Botanical Garden of the University of Ljubljana will provide the walk you have always dreamed of! The Ljubljana Garden is visited by many tourists and locals and is one of the most attractive parks in this city. The Botanical Garden was founded in 1810 and has remained the same to this day. It is the oldest garden in Southeast Europe. The initiators of the founding of the botanical garden were the then mayor of Ljubljana, Marshal August Marmont, and the first director, Frank Chladnik. One fine detail of the garden is a linden tree that the mayor planted at that time and it still adorns the garden today.
Argentinian Park is one of the better rated parks on the Tripadvisor and we assure you that that is for a reason. In the time of Yugoslavia, the Argentina Park was called Lenin Park and Ajdovščina Park, and since 1995 it is called Argentina Park. The park is the work of architect Danilo Furst, and it got a beautiful look after the World War II. The goal was to turn the barren land into green areas and to cover the roof of the garage house.
Park Špica is in a very good location, it is located next to the path along the river Ljubljanica, not far from the eastern part of the city. It has a beautiful view of the riverbed with trees on the side. It is close to the Botanical Garden, an d you have some bars where you can sit and enjoy the ambience that surrounds you along the way. A place that relaxes. It is made of the embankment of the river Ljubljanica, and was named after the shape of the embankment "pointed peak - Špica". The former site of today's park was the city beach. Špica is a large area park with a lot of greenery but also has a concrete part. It is very pleasant and attracts many tourists to stay in it, and all lovers of sunbathing during the summer days.