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“As a tourist - don't try to get around the whole thing!”

Reviewed October 15, 2011

The Path of Remembrance and Comradeship or in Slovene: Pot spominov in tovarištva seems like a great idea for a smallish city like Ljubljana, especially to have such a visible and public way of remembering the past.

We had hired bikes for the day and after a bit of riding around the city centre and up to the castle overlooking the city, decided to ride out to the path. It's a great way to see more than just the basic tourist sights and centre of the city and gives a bit of flavour of how the locals live. Once we found the green POT signs we just tried to follow them. It's much easier with a map, but even then we missed the signs a couple of times and weren't sure where to go. Also, a couple of Km of the path goes up and through a forest which means hauling the bikes up the dirt track. The rest of the path seemed to be white gravel and was flat and easy to ride.

On bikes that weren't our own we only made it about half way around before heading back to our hotel with sore backsides and it had taken most of the day. Although 32Km around doesn't sound like that much if you're on a bike it wasn't that quick or simple.

Not really much to see or read about the history of the path unless you can read Slovene either (and the couple of signs I did see looked to be all the same thing rather than site specific info).

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