Photographer’s Nest

A cosy and bright apartment is located in the heart of Ljubljana, on the border of the city center’s pedestrian zone, so you can drive to the entrance, but are still only a short walk away from everything worth seeing and doing in our lovely town. So if you would like to enjoy the colorful market, walk over the Three Bridges or crawl the bars and restaurants in the old town, you are in the right place.



The apartment is small by square meters but big in the feel. It is fully equipped and has a homey feel as I just moved out after spending five very satisfying years in it. It has a bedroom with a big double bed (180×200 cm), living room with a sofa that transforms into a 160×200 bed. There are also a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom.

Guest access
 The main market is 200 m away, the famous Three Bridges 300 m and the funicular to the Castle hill about 150 m away. There’s also a variety of shops, restaurants and bars in the closer neighbourhood.
Guest interaction
 I am a photographer and a foodie. It therefore comes with my job description to know the city inside out. From fancy restaurants to dark smoky local bars.
Neighborhood overview
 The neighborhood is central as it gets, but also quiet and convenient. There is a nice park just behind the building. For guests arriving with a train or a bus, it’s just a 15 min walk away. Pickup at arrival can also be arranged.
Getting around
 Just ask what you like, I will point you in the right direction 🙂
Other things to note
 I’m also a member of local art community called Closer and at my apartment you will enjoy a fine selection of local art – from photography to designer prints.
You can also make a booking directly via or +386 41 402 115

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