City Guide Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Ljubljana City Reviews

  • 80%


    Great city

    I loved Ljubljana and Slovenia in general. The people are really friendly and there is some great food and wine to be sampled across the country! Ljubljana has a nice feel to it and you can walk around the city easily. I would like to visit again.

  • 50%


    Ljubljana and lake bled

    Ljubljana has long been a favourite city of mine, and I highly recommend a visit there. It's clean, friendly, historical etc etc and not to mention STUNNING!! It's really easy to get around, the restaurants are lovely and well priced. I could not recommend it more! If you do go ... Take a bus in the morning out to lake bled and spend the day there - it's so beautiful.

    Insider Tip:The old abandoned prison that has been reclaimed and turned into bars is AWESOME on a Friday or saturday.

  • 90%


    In the Heart of It All

    Very clean with nice fridge, washer, shower, microwave and hair dryer. Plenty of towels. Bed is very comfy. Jozef is super accomadating with your arrival time and directions. Great cheap eats nearby. Center is only 5 to 10 minute walk.

    Insider Tip:Must try falafel middle eastern restaurant.

  • 40%


    Slovenia Countryside

    You must visit the Slovenia countryside - it has some amazing views of lush green mountains and great lakes.

    Insider Tip:Spend 1 or 2 days just passing through, and it is a must to get out of the city and see the countryside.

  • 70%


    Nice but small

    It's a pretty little town, not as nice as an Amsterdam or a Brugges, but has a pretty river running through it, nice restaurants, nice shops and all. It's also very walkable, from train station to castle must be only 15 minutes or so. There are also some classy bits in town where you can chillout with a refreshing cocktail in hand.

    Insider Tip:A good enough base to explore the rest of Slovenia

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