There's a saying that one can only feel the beat of the city when standing in the city's central market. Take a walk around the Ljubljana Central Market and feel it! Slovene architect Jože Plečnik left his mark on the Ljubljana Market when he decided to design the covered part of the market, built from 1940 to 1944, as a two-storey range following the curve of the Ljubljanica River. He also planned to build the so-called Butcher's Bridge to connect these two parts. However the bridge was only built in 2010 and now connects the market with the newly restored Petkovškovo nabrežje embankment, where many pleasant bars and cafés are located. If you have a sweet tooth, you should definitely stop in Cacao ice cream parlor in Prešeren Square.