Congress Square (Kongresni trg) is a central square in the Slovenian capital city, Ljubljana. The square was built in 1821, it was named after the Congress of Ljubljana and was used for ceremonial purposes. The square has always been a meeting place for people in the city, with demonstrations held in the past on the square. The square is surrounded by a few important buildings which include the Casino Building, the Baroque Ursuline Church and one of the remaining Neoclassical buildings in the city which survived the 1895 earthquake.
The square is situated in the city centre, you can get there on foot from other parts of the city centre. The 32 bus stops at the square.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, it is free to visit at any time of any day.