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City Guide Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Ljubljana City Reviews

  • 80%

    khorth01

    Vegetarian friendly

    Out of all the cities in western/central Europe that I visited, Ljubljana was by far the easiest city to get vegetarian and vegan food. In 2 days, I easily found (cheap!) smoothies, falafel, samosas, and other delicious things to eat. Pasta and pizza are of course all around, but I had already had my fill of those in other cities!

  • 80%

    heykiss01

    Ljubljana

    I liked this city. It's a really beautiful place with many things going on, and has a good nightlife. Small enough to see everything on foot, but still big enough to find things to do there for a couple of days :) All in all a very nice town.

  • 80%

    Anonymous

    Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is a gorgeous city to unwind in! After several days of rushed traveling, we definitely welcomed Ljubljana's relaxed, friendly atmosphere. I didn't have a chance to thoroughly explore the nightlife, but exploring the small city's many shops, cafes, and alleys was so much fun. My favorite spot was a cafe called Le Petit Cafe-delicious food and great atmosphere! A few days is probably enough time to get the feel of the city, but it is definitely worth a stop.

  • 90%

    Anonymous

    Ljubljana

    Fantastic city, on the smaller side but with loads on offer and very reasonably priced. Gorgeous countryside around as well.

    Insider Tip:The castle is beautifully restored, and free entry! Although take food if you want to save money because the restaurant there is expensive. Also go to Ljubljana Zoo, very cheap entry and a quick bus journey from the station directly there.

  • 80%

    andrewthompsonsa7285

    Hidden European Gem

    Such an amazing city! An awesome mix of old town and new, with a vibrant student population that gives it an incredible energy. It's also perfectly located for exploring the rest of Slovenia and it's natural wonders, including the spectacular Lake Bled region.

    Insider Tip:Take the free walking tours! They will give you an amazing insight into the past, present and future of the city. Also, head to the Open Kitchen in the market on Friday afternoons for a selection of food from across the city and continent.

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