El Puente Triple (en esloveno, Tromostovje, en fuentes más antiguas también Tromostje) es un grupo de tres puentes que cruzan el río Ljubljanica. Conecta el Ljubljana histórico, medieval y céntrico a un lado, y la ciudad moderna de Ljubljana, capital de Eslovenia, en el otro.
A really nice place for chilling and picking up girls!
Probably the most famous landmark in Ljubljana and the most likely point of entry to the walking district of Ljubljana from the Northern side. The bridge is flanked by dragons at both the ends. The architecture is nice and definitely a point of clicking lots of photos
very interesting, it is three separate bridges to different streets, but honestly it doesn't So much matter which bridg you go - they are very close to each other. nice kiosks with souvenirs next to it
The central of the three bridges forming the Triple Bridge has stood in its place since 1842, when it replaced an old, strategically important medieval wooden bridge connecting the north-western European lands with south-eastern Europe and the Balkans. Between 1929 and 1932, the side bridges, intended for pedestrians, were added to the original stone bridge to a design by the architect Jože Plečnik, who thus created a unique architectural gem of Ljubljana. Plečnik removed the metal railings from the old stone bridge and furnished all the three bridges with massive stone balustrades and lamps. From each of the side bridges, two stairways lead to terraces situated just above the river, where poplar trees were planted to contribute to the overall appearance of the Bridge. On the right bank of the river, the Bridge is enhanced by a small flower shop connected to the Ljubljana Central Market colonnade, and on the left bank by a kiosk. It has a key position on the crossing of Plečnik's two urban axes, the river axis and the axis running between the Rožnik and castle hills. In 1992, the Triple Bridge was thoroughly renovated.
Three bridges next to each other or one bridge with three parts, hard to say. Looks nice, but is is not that special. As a part of the Ljubljana "Old Town" it will probably be on your city tour plan. There were a lot of people there even though the weather was not nice.