Tromostovje (Triple Bridge) is a set of three bridges in the city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The bridges stretch across the Ljubljanica River and connect the Old Town with the more modern areas of Ljubljana. The central bridge of the three bridges was built in 1842. But it was thought that the bridge was leading to bottlenecks, so in the 20th-century architect, Joze Plecnik set about resolving the issue. He designed two pedestrian bridges that would sit either side of the already existing bridge, these were built and opened in 1932. The bridges are currently all pedestrianised as part of Ljubljana’s pedestrian-only zone.
The bridges are situated in the city centre and are within walking distance of most of the city. The 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 11 buses stop a short walk away at ‘Posta’.
Opening Times and Admission
The bridges are public bridges, they're open at all hours and are free to use.