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Kongo Hotel & Casino ****

Only a few minutes ride from Ljubljana, there is a green oasis of comfort waiting for you. On the site of the former Motel Grosuplje, which for a long time in the past years provided the place where tired travelers could rest, nowadays there is a modern four-star hotel. The Kongo Hotel & Casino offers you comfortable rest in 39 completely renovated rooms with a total of 74 beds.

Every room has: a cable television with satellite and pay-per-view programmes, a mini bar, telephone, internet connection, a bathroom with an SOS telephone and hairdryer, in some of the rooms there is also a safe. All the rooms are equipped with electromagnetic door locks. There is also room service and laundry service for the guests who stay for several days. In the heart of Kongo, Hotel & Casino in Grosuplje, there is a unique and one of the most modern gaming salons in Slovenia. The seal of uniqueness and special attraction are bestowed on it by the mysterious touch of Africa and the most up-to-date gambling, video and audio technology. Upon entering, you will leave the bleak, everyday routine behind. You will enter into a world of entertainment and the thrill of taking risks, unexpected developments and adrenalin, as well as refreshments and culinary pleasures at our restaurants and bars.


Ljubljana lies in a basin between the Karst and the alpine regions at 298 metres above sea level. We like to say it is sufficiently large to contain everything that a capital should have, and small enough to preserve the individuality of its inhabitants. It is a city with a soul, featured by the Baroque Old Town which is nestled at the foot of Castle Hill, the Art Nouveau mansions as well as some of the masterpieces of the world renowned architect Jože Plečnik.

If one is to believe the legend, then the founder of Ljubljana was the Greek prince Jason, together with his companions, the Argonauts. According to the legend, Jason and the Argonauts, while fleeing from King Aites, from whom they had stolen the golden fleece, sailed from the Black Sea up the Danube, from the Danube into the Sava, and from the Sava into the Ljubljanica.

Around about here Jason encountered a terrible monster, which he fought and slew. This monster was the Ljubljana dragon, which now has its permanent abode on top of the castle tower on the Ljubljana coat of arms. At a national referendum held on December 23, 1990, the people of Slovenia voted for independence and sovereignity and on June 25, 1991, the Republic of Slovenia proclaimed its independence.

With this, Ljubljana became the capital of the new state, the heart of the political, economic, cultural and scientific life of the Slovene nation.

The significant mile stone for Ljubljana was Slovenia's accession to the European Union on 1 May 2004.

Ljubljana, with only some 276.000 inhabitants, combines the compactness of a small city with the facilities of a metropolis and, compared with other European capitals, remains a city on a human scale.
Three Bridges
Dragon bridge
Pogačarjev trg
Town Hall square
Castle hill view
Ljubljana Castle
Ljubljana / view
Trg Republike
Philharmonic Society building
Old part of town
Vegova Street
The National & University Library
Krizanke monastery complex
With Ilirija Column
View from Shoemaker Bridge

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