Tourist brochures about Ljubljana
Learn about Ljubljana before visiting. Find out about the sights worth seeing, their location and events held in the city. Tourist brochures published by the Ljubljana Tourism are available as flip brochures and as downloadable PDF files.
Ordering the brochures
Small quantities of promotional materials (up to three pieces) can be ordered from Ljubljana's Tourist Information Centres.
General guides and maps
Ljubljana: Tourist Guide
This guide includes all you need to know when visiting Ljubljana, including information about the city's history, accommodation, sights, guided tours, cultural life, shopping, entertainment and nightlife, and other practical information. The guide also contains a list of recommended city offerings and a city map.
Wrapped in a Big Hug: A Guide to the Central Slovenia Region
Wrapped in a Big Hug is a comprehensive guide to the 25 municipalities which, along with the City Municipality of Ljubljana, compose the region of Central Slovenia. It contains extensive texts and illustrative photographs.
Apart from descriptions of the municipalities and their attractions, the guide includes recommendations on where to eat and tips for further exploration of the region.
Ljubljana: The Capital of Slovenia
An image brochure on Ljubljana describing, in text and photographs, the city's most distinctive and unique features, its appearance, vibrancy, sights, cultural heritage and contemporary creativity, and some of the personalities who have recently left their mark on Ljubljana.
Ljubljana at a Glance
This brochure provides a concise overview of Ljubljana basics: guided tours, city essentials, transport connections, accommodation, useful tips, major events and tourist pass.
Language versions - PDF:
- English (pdf, 4829,4 kB)
- Italian (pdf, 8002,1 kB)
- German (pdf, 8012,1 kB)
- French (pdf, 4880,9 kB)
- Spanish (pdf, 11138,6 kB)
- Russian (pdf, 11222,6 kB)
- Chinese (pdf, 3345,3 kB)
- Japanese (pdf, 8282,8 kB)
- Croatian (pdf, 11138,8 kB)
- Serbian (pdf, 11108,7 kB)
- Greek (pdf, 4830,4 kB)
- Dutch (pdf, 11038,1 kB)
Ljubljana Street Plan
This map includes a city centre street index, highlights Ljubljana's major attractions and shows the location of accommodation and other facilities of interest to visitors.
Flavours of Central Slovenia: In the Middle of the Table
Taste the flavours of traditional cuisine. Get yourself a culinary guide to the Central Slovenia region and experience the rich diversity of the local dishes. The guide includes a list of modern restaurants, traditional gostilnas, and tourist farms where you can taste the featured foods.
Ljubljana Quality Selection 2012 - Dining and Shopping Guide
In 2012, the Ljubljana Quality Commission made a selection of 83 catering outlets and 455 shops to be assessed for quality as part of the Ljubljana Quality project. Award winners are presented in this brochure.
Events - Where to?
This monthly calendar of events lists the major cultural, entertainment, sporting and other events to be held in Ljubljana.
Sights and attractions
A brochure from the Themed Tours of Ljubljana series.
This detailed guide to Plečnik's Ljubljana provides information on creations by the architect Jože Plečnik (1872-1957), one of the world's most important pioneers and visionaries of contemporary architecture, who put an indelible personal stamp on the Slovenian capital. The brochure includes a brief overview of Plečnik's life and work, a map and detailed sight descriptions.
Ljubljana Botanic Garden
A brochure on the Ljubljana Botanic Garden, recognised as the oldest running cultural, scientific and educational institution in Slovenian inhabited areas. The brochure includes information on plant species grown by the Garden and their characteristics.
Flip format - all language versions
Ljubljana Žale Cemetery has, over its more than a hundred-year history, grown into one of the largest monuments in Slovenia and, thanks to Ljubljana's famous architect Jože Plečnik, one of the most impressive cemeteries in Europe.
The Path of Remembrance and Comradeship
This brochure provides information on the Path of Remembrance and Comradeship, a gravel-paved recreational footpath running around Ljubljana. The Path leads along the course of a barbed wire fence which surrounded Ljubljana from 1942 until the end of World War II as a measure taken by the Italian and later German occupying forces to prevent contacts between the city and its hinterland.