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The park is enchanting in all seasons and will amaze you with many walking paths, avenues, mysterious lakes and bridges. In the 18th century the Zois brothers designed the first botanical garden in Slovenia, which eloquently testifies of its natural...more
We visited the castle, which is actually a mansion, on a guided tour. One of the rare occasions when the castle is open is during the cultural heritage week. Our guide was an enthusiastic student that made the tour truly enjoyable. She lead us through...More
It costs around 3.5 euros to enter, but we enjoyed walked around the gardens, viewing the castle, beehives and lake. We also so a few of the horses in the stables. Very quiet when we went so it was like having your own private large...More
Brdo pri Lukovici is interesting village. No inhabitants but they have a castle ruin, a primary school, a church and a Centre for Beekeeping with small restaurant. Village is near Ljubljana and near the highway. Village is very peaceful. Some visitors admire memorial plaque to...More
We visited just the garden and we spend some lovely hors walking around. Well kept, with lots of shadow. The castle is open just on a special ocasions. It is also difficult to get there with a public transport...
Brdo Castle is one of the most iconic places for national protocol in Slovenia. The castle itself is closed for public, unless there is a guided tour, or open days. It is worth a visit, if you like "special" athmosphere and listening to stories about...More
Our visit here was a disappointment. There is a E 3.50 entrance fee to the estate which resembles a park. It’s a large space with old trees and some open green spaces. The Renaissance castle building itself resembles more of a chateau and looks completely...More
Brdo Castle is special place; from time to time it is open to visitors. They organize guided tours to the castle, better manor house. Interior has different furniture, carpets, sculptures and pictures. For cheap entrance fee you can walk to the garden, near the lakes,...More