The Cathedral of Saint Nicholas is situated on a site which was in the 13th century occupied by a small Romanesque church, built by Ljubljana’s fishermen. The church later underwent several additions and got its Baroque appearance at the beginning of the 18th century. The interior was designed by numerous sculpturers, Francesco Robba being one of them. Don’t miss Tone Demšar’s main entrance doors or Mirsad Begić’s side doors. In close vicinity there are some pleasant bars, overlooking the mighty church. If you feel like a genuine Slovene snack, we recommend you visit Klobasarna.