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Needs better memorials

It is a great path for walking or biking. But needs better memorial signs or picutres, so that... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2015
Great way to experience the wider city if you enjoy walking

I enjoy long city walks as a way of experiencing a city, my own or a city I am visiting. i couldn't... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2015
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19 Sep 2017
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Reviewed 19 September 2017

First of all, history/WW2 lovers will be greatly disappointed. You won't be able to see one single remain of WW2 as the barbed wire had been completely removed by the end of 1940s. And what's more, due to various large scale construction projects (highways, neighbourhoods,...More

2  Thank pinguin89
Reviewed 27 May 2016 via mobile

What a great way to get a sense of this area and its history. This is a very easy bike ride. The trail takes you through fields and farm areas as well as by schools, daycare a parks and apartment buildings. Periodic markers with a...More

1  Thank Anne F
Reviewed 7 May 2016

.This is fine path around Ljubljana for walking, biking, strolling with your dog. Once upon a time, during the WW II, there was a barbed wire and Italian army controlling citizens of Ljubljana. Today it is called green ring and you can walk in a...More

1  Thank Miha P
Reviewed 23 March 2016

The path is encirceling Ljubljana so it is too long to walk it in a day - 34 km. And some part of it are not much interesting, leading on the paved streets in Ljubljana suburbs. If you want to see it all. iking would...More

2  Thank izi f
Reviewed 14 February 2016

A very nice walk, encircling Ljubljana, also called "Path by the wire" due to Ljubljana being closed of during WW2 by a wire fence. There is almost no ascent, so it's suitable for everyone.

1  Thank Keee-eee
Reviewed 24 January 2016

During the second WW Ljubljana was surrounded by the fence built by Italians who have occupied this area. Where the fence was, today is the path around the whole city. Around 30 km of a path. Thousands of people are walkinh there in green, enjoying...More

3  Thank Vinetou
Reviewed 9 October 2015

It is a great path for walking or biking. But needs better memorial signs or picutres, so that people would know what happened during war. Every year in May it is a traditional march around it - or partially or whole path or run. Too...More

Thank Piran4
Reviewed 9 July 2015

I enjoy long city walks as a way of experiencing a city, my own or a city I am visiting. i couldn't help noticing the Path of Remembrance on the free city map and wondering whether it was possible to walk a significant portion as...More

5  Thank dickanddoug
Reviewed 7 May 2013

To us, the locals, it represents the everyday escape into the green. Mostly tree-lined and gravel paved, the path runs where Ljubljana was surrounded by a barbed wire fence during WW2 occupation. Accordingly, if you happen to be here the Saturday after Europe Day (9...More

3  Thank Ljubljana-Sunshine
Reviewed 5 August 2012

The "POT" is a path way that goes around Ljubljana, it is about 35 km long, most of the way is a lovely path between the trees. If you happen to be with bike, I recommend to make this trip all along, it shouldn't take...More

5  Thank Alex C
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