Tiporenesansa is a museum print house, which is using old printing equipment that originates from the time after Second World War. Regardless of its age, all equipment is now functioning normally. The owner spent many years collecting, researching, cleaning, restoring and editing workshop in order to create a fully operational workshop. Because this kind of printing equipment was extremely rare in those days, it has almost priceless value. They are still using the technique of high printing, which is known also as printing with lead letters.
There is also a library, which covers the areas of calligraphy, typography, history of writing and printing, as well as many manuals for professions that were once required to create books.
They organize printing and calligraphy workshops for children, youth and adults, and organize Festival of Letters. Here are some topics of workshops: Holiday cards with wooden letters and woodcut technique, carving letters into a stone, wrapping paper with wooden letters, posters with wooden and lead letters, etc.
There is also a gift shop where you can buy all sorts of letters and souvenirs.
From the Railway or Main Bus Station on foot:
When you exit the station, cross the main street and turn right on Resljeva cesta. Here walk straight ahead for approximately 250 meters. When you see the Dragon Bridge, turn right, on Petkovškovo nabrežje, walk straight ahead for 900 meters, and the house will be on your right side.
By the bus:
You can ride on the bus 3, and exit on the bus stop Gornji trg. Walk back to river Ljubljanica, cross it, and then turn right on Breg, the Tiporenesansa will be on your left side.
Tiporenesansa, Breg 22, Ljubljana