What's going on in ljubljana this month?

Open Kitchen (Odprta kuhna) - food market

The Open Kitchen is a food market where you can taste the freshly cooked food. It is prepared by different Slovenian chefs right there in front of you, on the market stalls. Every Friday from mid-March to October, the Open Kitchen offers you a chance to eat and mingle. In case of bad weather, the market may be cancelled. See more Information ...

Carminho (Portugal), fado music concert

17 April: The singer Carminho is a new big name on the Portuguese fado scene. She has charmed audiences across the world and will be performing at the Cankarjev dom. See more information ...

Anton Foerster: The Nightingale of Gorenjska - opera

17 and 18 April: The Slovenian operatic classic The Nightingale of Gorenjska will be performed by the orchestra, choir and soloists of the Slovenian National Opera and Ballet Theatre of Ljubljana. See more information ...

Artistic Gymnastics World Cup

18 - 20 April: Ljubljana Tivoli sports hall will host a competition for male and female gymnasts as part of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup sanctioned by the International Federation of Gymnastics (FIG).

FairArt fair

20 April: The FairArt fair will offer a wide and varied choice of unique handmade designer products created by many young Slovenian designers who have yet to make a name for themselves. See more information ...

Slovenian Octet - vocal music concert

27 April at the Slovenian Philharmonic: the Slovene Octet has enriched vocal music in Slovenia, devoting particular attention to the performance of Slovene music, both folk and art genres, which it presents successfully at concerts on all of the continents. See more information ...

The wheel – 5,200 years exhibition

The exhibition The Wheel – 5,200 Years, currently on view at the City Museum of Ljubljana, presents, for the first time, the world's oldest wooden wheel with an axel, discovered in Slovenia, at the Ljubljana Moors. The exhibition provides an original insight into both prehistoric heritage and modern scientific and technological development. See more information... 

Ljubljana celebrates 2000 years of Emona

Two thousand years ago, the Roman city of Emona stood on the site of the present-day Ljubljana. In 2014, in celebration of the anniversary, Ljubljana will host a vibrant programme of events and experiences aimed at evoking the atmosphere of Roman times. See more information ...