Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia is a charming Central European city that has gained great popularity among travellers in recent years. It has regularly been compared to Prague and offered as a smaller, less busy alternative. Although the largest city in Slovenia, its population is below 300,000 making it relatively small for a capital city.
From the Ljubljana Travel Guide
Nice place, good people, beautiful location, don`t missed it. P.S. It is true that you have to tried their pizzas! ... more
Fantastic service and lovely room. Such friendly and helpful staff. Can't recommend it enough! ... more
In a convenient location between the bus/train stations and the river. Although an old, traditional building, it has recently refurbished accommodation which is modern, roomy and clean. Food and drinks were available there (or from several nearby places). Can recommend and would stay there again. ... more
Maribor to Ljubljana via Austria
We are arriving in Ljubljana mid May and will rent a car to visit Logarska Dolina for 1-2 nights and then perhaps Maribor for a night. We would like to return to Ljublijana by driving north and west through Austria along the border with Slovenia. We would like to take the high mountain roads—not major highways ...
Train from Ljubljana to Venice
I've been trying to book a train journey from Ljubljana to Venice, for me and my 4 friends on the 7th July.... however, i'm having a LOT of problems. I've found one train site that allows me to get ...
Arriving midnight in Ljubljana
hi, we are trying to include lake bled into our itinerary from venice and the best connection seems to be a direct train to lake ljubljana that arrives at midnight 1.40 AM. we are all girls anc thinking we can stay in the station may be - is this advisable??? hoping to hear ur thoughts! what may ...
For those of you that don't know Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia. I flew here from Helsinki via Prague and the plane I got on the second stage was quite possibly the smallest I've ever been ...
Posted in Gap Year by amelia.n
I Ljubljana early in the morning to a surprisingly busy city. There was a city marathon going on and the whole city was awake. It was strange because 1) most cities in Europe ...
Posted in My Adventure to Europe by Caitlin L