LOCATION

JAZZ CLUB GAJO is located in the heart of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia (next to the Houses of Parliament). By some geographical coincidence the country (Slovenia) itself is located in the heart of Europe. So one can quickly conclude that it must be very simple to get there.
Our address: Jazz Club Gajo, P.P. 1688 ( office )  Summer Garden ( May-September ) Tomsiceva ulica 12, 1000 Ljubljana
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HOW TO GET THERE

Ljubljana (as being the capital city) is connected to the world through air traffic (Brnik Airport), railway system (Ljubljana Train station), highway network (follow the signs), water (Izola port) and for the more experienced traveler also through the virtual highway - the internet. So, dear visitor it's entirely up to you which mode of transportation you will choose.
But remember something: you are very warmly advised to take some time off and get over to visit our country. And while enjoying the beautiful countryside and sightseeing during the day we invite you to join us in the Club during the night. You can have a nice chat with your friends or listen to our relaxing jazz music, performed by the best slovenian, austrian, italian or croatian musicians, as well as some well renowned international jazz players.
If you happen to visit us alone, be sure you'll make new friends very quickly.
ONCE IN THE CITY
Once you are in the city or the city center ask any taxi driver where to find us or ask them to take you to our Club - they know the way. If you prefer walking use the following map:

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AND ONCE YOU COME TO OUR CLUB ...
... you should expect something like this:

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Well, not every night but most of the nights. WELCOME !HOW TO FIND US by JOHN CHADWICK (Jazz Journal, 1996)
"From the railway station, cut across Dvorak Street, walk along Beethoven Street (no, really !) and you come to Ljubljana Jazz Club Gajo, a smart new place with white-and-black decor, drinks at bargain prices and - the night I was there - one of the best young pianists in Europe, Peter Mihelich."