In the field of tourism Brda made a huge leap forward in the last twenty years and is now upgrading its offer with boutique tourism too. A kind of forerunner to this story lies in the formation of the old manor – the romantic Brda hills have always been at the crossroads of three worlds and cultures, where the noble families of Herberstein, Della Torre, Attems and Teuffenbach enjoyed the boutique comfort of the manor, an ideal spot for hunting, from the 12th century onwards.

On the banks of the Ljubljanica River, away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre and surrounded by beautiful nature and the castle park within its own charming and quiet location, is Fužine Castle – the last preserved Renaissance castle in Ljubljana, the image and location of which entrance anyone who happens to come across it. For the past 24 years, Fužine Castle has been a home to the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), which is Slovenia’s foremost museum of architecture, urban planning, industrial and graphic design, and photography.

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