Top best places to visit in Maribor, Slovenia
Maribor is the second most important center and the second largest city of Slovenia.

Maribor, set amid the wine-region hills of the Pohorje Mountain, is the real Pride of Styria, a traditional region in northeastern Slovenia.

The city’s old town is situated on the left bank of the river Drava. On the Main Square is the Town Hall and… the Plague Memorial, which commemorates the “black death” that devastated the city in 1680.

The Castle Square, the core of city center, is very popular among locals, with the St Florian Statue in the middle and, built in the 15th century, the Maribor Castle.

Next to this, one of the most remarkable architectonic buildings in the city, are the National Liberation Monument and… the ‘Reddish’’ Franciscan Church.

The most important sacred temple in the city, the Maribor Cathedral, a Roman Catholic church, stands on the Slomskov Square, one of the most charming places in the city. The small park is surrounded also by the Post of Slovenia, the University of Maribor and the National Theater.

Of the remnants of city walls surrounding the old town, the most prominent are:
The Judgment Tower, a fortified medieval structure.

Built to secure city walls from the direction of the river, the Water Tower.
One of the oldest preserved synagogues in Europe, and one of only two left in Slovenia, the Maribor Synagogue.

And the Old Vine House, a museum dedicated to this 450 year old tree which still gives grapes.

But the real charm of the city is hidden between the lovely streets and squares in the old town.

Despite the relative small size, Maribor has a surprisingly big green space, the Mestni Park.

And a big football arena, the Ljudski Vrt Stadium, the home ground of Maribor Football Club.

The Piramida Hill is a good place to see the city from high up, from the spot the Maribor Castle used to stand, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the whole city.


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