The central market in Ljubljana is a well-known outdoor market. It was built from 1940 to 1942 and is open to the public every day except Sunday. It's a big market with a very lively atmosphere. It sells a wide variety of things. Melons, fruits and vegetables are green and organic, very fresh, and have become the most indispensable market for people's life. In addition to daily necessities and fruits and vegetables, there are flower markets, fish markets, dried fruits, etc. In addition, Slovenia's unique handicraft products can be purchased to taste local delicacies. In 2008, this colorful market was listed as a national cultural relic. It is not only a market to buy things, but also a place to experience folklore and lifestyle. We passed here on the way from St. Nicholas Cathedral to Longqiao and went back to see if it was because it was too late to feel very lively.
The Ljubljana River, quiet and graceful, moistens the two sides for thousands of years. The central market is not only a market, but also a cultural relic of the country. It is said that the supply is abundant, the variety is various, and the organic fresh. The bright colors of fruits and vegetables show the prosperity and tranquility of people's livelihood. On one side of the river, close to the other side of the cafe and bar, the food is fresh and excellent, all in silence. Priceland Square is waiting for the riverside. There are three bridges lying on the river. The Longqiao and the Shoemaker Bridge are close at hand. On both sides of the river, there are many restaurants and dining rooms, with shops dotted and bustling, which are places of leisure and pleasure, attracting donkey friends and local people.
Local characteristics, a wide range of goods, it is worth a visit.
It's a big market. Unfortunately, we're late. It's closed at four o'clock.
The popularity of the market is very high, there are many delicacies, but the location is very few, many people are standing to eat.
Like night markets in Southeast Asian countries, markets in Europe have become a gathering place for urban folklore and specialties.