Potable water and public drinking fountains
Ljubljana is a city which can be proud of its clean drinking water. Also elsewhere in Slovenia, tap water is of good quality and suitable for drinking. While rambling the streets of Ljubljana, you can quench your thirst for free at public drinking fountains, which operate from April to October.
Ljubljana's drinking fountains are regularly maintained and the water within the city's public water distribution system regularly analyzed. For hygienic reasons, however, it is recommended that you should let the water run for a few moments before drinking or filling your bottle.
Listed below are the locations of public drinking fountains in Ljubljana.
- Stritarjeva ulica street, across the way from the Town Hall
- Pogačarjev trg square, next to the Archiepiscopal Palace
- Stari trg square, next to the Romeo restaurant
- Gornji trg square, across the way from the Stična Mansion, near the Hercules Fountain
- Gornji trg square, next to the Church of St. Florian
- Gornji trg square, near the tunnel through the castle hill
- Hribarjevo nabrežje embankment, next to the Tromostovje café
- Kongresni trg square's Zvezda Park
- Ljubljana Castle's courtyard
- Zoisova cesta street, next to the Križanke Summer Theatre
- Tivoli Park, next to the pond
- Tivoli Park's children's playground
- Rožnik hill, next to the Rožnik restaurant
- Northern Park's Navje playground
- Tisnikarjeva ulica street, next to the Koseze Pond