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Plecnik House

Karunova ulica 6, Ljubljana 1000, Slovenia
+386 1 280 16 04
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Karunova ulica 6, Ljubljana 1000, Slovenia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Plečnik House and its garden are a wonderful insight into this architect of so much in Ljubljana... a visit here is a must, perhaps after joining the free walking tour of the city centre.... try to approach via his famous Trnovo Bridge. The guided tour...More

Thank Currumbin
Reviewed 1 week ago

Glad I took the time out to visit as the tour guide spoke good English and provided a fascinating inside into the architect, his life and numerous works. Visitors have two possible tickets: full ticket, which includes the tour is 6 euR (or 4 eur...More

Thank gimboeek
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We are so glad we took time to visit the Plecnik House. It is well worth the time. Plecnik is the architect who shaped Ljubljana and also spent time in Vienna and Prague. You see his hand all over Ljubljana and since we are going...More

Thank lindamyers2
Reviewed 15 August 2017

visiting houses of famous people might be boring, or the exhibits not very genuine (Mozart's house in Vienna comes to memory here) - but visiting this place is really an interesting experience. it was my first visit after the renewal of the house, so now...More

Thank kmarko
Reviewed 5 August 2017

We did a bike tour of Plecnik's work and also visited his home. We truly enjoyed this tour of the house and seeing how Plecnik lived.

Thank Owen M
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

Take the tour of the house on your head top of the hour. Highly informed guide will lead you through the fascinating private world of the man behind the city's public face. If you have time, visit the nearby Roman wall.

1  Thank Eileen M
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We thoroughly enjoyed the tour of the house. The tour guide did an excellent job of explaining his career and the details of the house. It is furnished in original furniture. His work space appear as if he just left the room. His drafting table...More

1  Thank ValGary2014
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Guided English tour explains that Plecnik, who designed most of downtown Ljubljana, was a fine architect, but also a recluse who despised visitors. Very functional house with not much to see inside, except the two work studies.

Thank CircleTheWorld
Reviewed 17 June 2017

I had seen his work in Prague but now know why I like his work. Most interesting and very well presented presentation. Had a lecture by an university professor before going on the seven person guided tour. The house has so many unique and quirkey...More

Thank SFBzoo
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Since it is unusual for a single architect to have such a big impact on the city's buildings and the urban planning, Plecnik House was on my to-do list for this trip. The 50-minutes guided tour in English was very informative. The furniture and the...More

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