When you walk through the old part of the city, right before Stari trg, you turn right into a narrow paved street called Reber which ends on the right side with approximately ninety steps. They curve the way beneath some old houses that hug Ljubljana’s castle hill.
A few steps before the end of the staircase, you will see on your left the beautiful view on the south part of Ljubljana with the bell tower of St. Jacob’s church on the left and the National Library on the right.
The spot is regularly visited by couples, lonely wanderers and elders. Only a few of them know that the house which stands at the top of the stairs played a major role in Vesna, a Slovenian classic movie about first love.
I usually come here in the spring or summer afternoons, sit on the fence with my legs dangling down and watch the sunset. It has one of the most perfect views.