Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, offering visitors numerous cultural and natural sights worth seeing. Due to its geographical location, the city is also an ideal starting point for discovering the beauties of Slovenia.
The City of Ljubljana is divided into 17 quarter communities. They are Center, Bezigrad, Golovec, Dravlje, Moste, Jarse, Posavje, Polje, Roznik, Sostro, Rudnik, Siska, Sentvid, Smarna gora, Vic and Trnovo. The community of Roznik is a narrower unit of the City of Ljubljana, which covers the southwest of the Roznik hill, which is a popular promenade of the people of Ljubljana. The community was established in mid-January 2001 and covers the former local communities of Vič, Rožna dolina, Brdo, Vrhovci and Bokalce. The border runs along Tivoli on the Road on April 27th to the west, before the settlement along the Podrozniska pot rises almost north to Sisenski vrh, bypasses Drenik vrh, descends through the forest at Veliki Rakovnik to the attractive Vecna pot, picks it up over Przanca to the resting place at AC - bypass and for the AC Base over Utik to Veliki vrh, then turns over Utik to the south, bypasses Stranska vas, jumps to Gradascica and the AC bypass, avoids the lands of Kosovo Polje, again to Mali Graben to the railway at Dolgi Most and after Trieste rail to the Tivoli underpass.
In the area of the Roznik neighborhood, the largest attractions are Tivoli's Ljubljana Park, Ljubljana Zoo, Cankar's memorial room and the Church of the Visitation of Mary at Cankar's Summit on Roznik, and more. The Zoo was acquired by Ljubljana in 1949 on a plot of land near Kolodvorska Street. In 1951 it moved to its present location, into the natural environment of the meadow and forest. It now houses about 500 animals from different continents. A small restaurant is available to visitors, and many playgrounds are provided for children. The store offers a wide range of plush toys, pendants, T-shirts with animal motifs and more. In front of the entrance to the zoo is an interesting metal statue of a bull, which is the work of sculptor Janez Boljka.
The Tivoli Park houses the picturesque Baroque Tivoli Palace and the late Baroque Cekin Castle, which houses the Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia. Tivoli Castle is clearly visible from the very center of the city, as an extension of Cankar Road leads to it Jakopic promenade.