À propos de ce logement
Small room with a kitchen and a bathroom. It's lowered half in the ground, but has three windows so it's still very light inside. It has a bed and an extendable couch. Situated by Ljubljanica river and about a 25 min walk from the old city center.
You get 20m2 alltogether, with your own entrance. It's semi-basement, so it stays very cool in the summer and cosy in the winter. The passage to the bathrom is a bit narrow - only 50cm. There is no view from the window but you get to enjoy my little Zen garden in the niche.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
This is my room and my mom lives in an appartment just above this place. She'll be taking care of the guests in my absence. All you need is walk up the stairs and knock on the door, she'll be happy to help:)
Kodeljevo is a peacefull residential part of Ljubljana, with many parks and a lot of greenery. There's a Faculty of Sport in the area so there's also a stadium, swimming pools, tennis courts and other recreational facilities. There's a bakery and a greengrocer at the end of the street + a supermarket, a drugstore, a kiosk, a market place and other shops across the river.
The house is a 25 min walk from the central train and bus station, same goes for the old part of the city. It's close to just about everywhere you want to go:) Ljubljana is small and easy to get around. If you don't feel like walking, there's buses and bike rentals just across the river from the house. We have enough parking space for a car with a trailer.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I'm a 22 years old student of Japanology, living in Slovenia. I like arts, cultures, nature and sciences and am frequently fascinated by the beauty and riches of existence:) I spend quite a lot of time on my computer: studying, watching anime, documentaries, movies...Thankfully everyone around me is being very supportive, and since I'm always trying to be as moderate as I can, they kindly take care of me so I have time to concentrate on widening my horizons:)