My favourite time in Ljubljana is in late spring, when it’s already warm, but not too hot and you can enjoy strolling around in Ljubljana’s numerous parks and nearby hills where you can stumble upon many joggers and hikers, which are a constant reminder that you, too, should really start working out. The Ljubljana jungle is also a lovely home for many furry and feathery creatures like coypus, swans, ducks and also bats. We tend to get along just nicely.
It’s a bicycle-friendly city
Cycling is truly my favourite way of getting around Ljubljana. It’s simple, fast and because Ljubljana is mostly flat, it’s not exactly a struggle. You can get from one side of town to other in roughly 20 minutes. I can always get a spot where I can “park” my bike and it costs me close to nothing. The number of bike lanes is already satisfactory, but there are new ones emerging often, making cycling in Ljubljana faster and safer.