About Ljubljana

photo: Ljubljana Tourist Board

Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a lively Central European city lying in a basin at the confluence of the Sava and Ljubljanica rivers, between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea, at 298 metres above sea level. It covers 273 square kilometres and has a population of 276,000.
Both the residents of Ljubljana and numerous visitors say that Ljubljana is a city made to man's measure. Classified as a medium-sized European city, it offers all the friendliness of a small town and at the same time everything that a capital should offer. Due to its geographical position, Ljubljana is an ideal departure point for discovering the many faces and beauties of Slovenia.

photo: Ljubljana Tourist Board

Ljubljana bears witness of all the five millenniums of its history. Apart from the remains of the Roman Emona, it boasts a Medieval castle and numerous old city centre Baroque buildings with uneven roofs and richly decorated façades and portals. The mosaic of Ljubljana is completed by picturesque bridges across the Ljubljanica river and the vast Tivoli park, which extends to the very city centre. The centre of Ljubljana owes its appearance partly  to the  masters  of  the Italian  Baroque

and partly to those of the Art Nouveau period, the latter being reflected in the style of many buildings built immediately after the earthquake of 1895.

In the first half of the 20th century, it was the world famous Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik who stamped a strong personal mark on his birth place. The city's appearance was later contributed to by his disciples and the "new wave" of distinguished young Slovenian architects.

photo: Ljubljana Tourist Board

Ljubljana is a city of culture, which, among other things, boasts one of the oldest philharmonic halls in the world. Every year it hosts more than 10,000 cultural events ranging from most prestigious concerts, theatre performances and fine art exhibitions, to avant-garde events and those pertaining to alternative culture. The events include as many as 14 international festivals.

Due to the international reputation of its university and institutes, Ljubljana gets visited by all kinds of scholars, due to its lively creative atmosphere by famous artists from across the world, due to the numerous business gatherings and fairs by vast numbers of businessmen, and due to the large number of congresses it hosts by various experts from all parts of the world.

The official language in Slovenia is Slovenian. A large number of inhabitants also speak English, German or Italian.

Time zone
Central European (GMT + 1hr)

The main Ljubljana access roads are named after the cities and places that they lead to: Tržaška (Trieste Road), Celovška (Klagenfurt Road), Dunajska

photo: Ljubljana Tourist Board

(Vienna Road) and Dolenjska. All of them will bring you straight into the city centre.

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Information on how to get to Ljubljana by car, train, bus or plane is available on:

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The Slovenian currency is EURO.


Climate is basically continental. Average temperature in November is 0-5 degrees Celsius, relative humidity is 64%. You can also expect some fog in November, since Ljubljana lies in a valey.

For more information about Ljubljana visit:



Tabor 9, 1000 Ljubljana (Ljubljana)
Tel: +386 1-300-25-00
eMail: info@hotelpark.si

Zaloška cesta 110, 1000 Ljubljana
+386 1 540 01 66


Bit Center Hotel
Litijska 57, 1000 Ljubljana
Tel: +386 1 54-800-55
eMail: hotel@bit-center.net


POST OFFICE : Ljubljana 
Slovenska 32 
+386 1 426 46 68 

CENTRAL BUS STATION : Avtobusna postaja Ljubljana 
Trg OF 4 
090 42 30 

RAIL STATION : Železniška postaja Ljubljana 
Trg OF 6 
+386 1 291 33 32 

RENT A CAR : Kompas 
Trdinova 9 
+386 1 434 01 47 

TURIST INFORMATION BIRO : Turistični informacijski center Ljubljana 
Stritarjeva 2 
+386 1 306 12 15; +386 1 306 12 35 

TURIST INFORMATION BIRO 1 : Turistični informacijski center Ljubljana 
Trg OF 6, (Železniška postaja) 
+386 1 433 94 75 
TURIST INFORMATION BIRO 2 : Slovenski turistični informacijski center 
Krekov trg 10 
+386 1 306 45 75 
POLICE : Policijska postaja center 
Trdinova 10 
+386 1 432 03 41
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE : Zdravstveni dom Center 
Metelkova 9 
+386 1 472 37 00
DENTIST : Zobozdravstvena služba 
Kotnikova 36 
+386 1 300 96 60 

If you remain in Ljubljana more time we recommend "Urbana - Ljubljana Tourist Card". This card  give you 1,2 or 3 days of free ride on all the city busses, free entrance in museums and galeries MORE IN THE BROCHURE:

The best way to explore Ljubljana!

Urbana - Ljubljana Tourist Card is a combined ticket to Ljubljana's major sights enabling you to explore the city in a comfortable way and at the lowest cost.


- free admission to the city's major sights
- free guided city tours
- free rides on city buses, the tourist boat, the tourist road train,
  and the funicular to Ljubljana Castle.


>>Download the Urbana - Ljubljana Tourist Card information brochure (PDF).

Urbana - Ljubljana Tourist Card

You can get it on internet
or and all TURIST INFORMATION BIRO in Lubiana

If you need Visa for Slovenia
You should contact the Embassy, Diplomatic Mission ore Consulat General of the Republic of Slovenia in your country.
More info...

Or call
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia
Prešernova cesta 25
SI-1001 Ljubljana
phone: +386 1 478 2305  and  +386 1 478 2375


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