Horse chestnut trees on both sides of the walk make it one of the most picturesque promenades in Novo mesto. In around 1500 metres long walk which connects the town centre and Bršljin neighbourhood over the prehistoric settlement of Marof, 370 trees used grow. It was created in early 19 hundreds, when today's Ljubljanska street was built so that the historic route over Marof was abandoned. Most of the old chestnut trees used to be in bad condition due to inappropriate maintenance and old age, thus the reconstruction that started in 1992. Most of the decayed trees were replaced and vital old trees were restored.
The walk is protected as a monument of shaped nature as it is one of the most typical town walks in Slovenia
Free of charge
GPS Northing (N) : 45,8105
GPS Easting (E) : 15,1584