Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, lies between Vienna and Venice, not far away from the Adriatic Sea. Its city region has always lain at the intersection of important transport routes leading from northern Europe to the Adriatic Sea and from western to eastern Europe and further on to the Balkans and the Near East. Road and rail connections have traditionally had good. Not far from the city is Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, the country's main airport.

  • City buses

    Those wishing to travel on Ljubljana city buses, operated by the Ljubljanski potniški promet (LPP) public utility company, should purchase the Urbana public transport card.

  • BicikeLJ bicycle-sharing system

    The BicikeLJ public bicycle system is available across the wider Ljubljana city centre. Bicycles can be hired practically for free.

  • Ljubljana Bike

    In the summer and early autumn months (1 April - 31 October), bicycles can be hired in the Ljubljana Bike project, led by the Ljubljana Tourism.

  • Taxi

    General information on taxi prices in Ljubljana and its surrounding areas, and a list of taxi companies operating in the city.

  • Parking

    Information on parking in Ljubljana: short-term parking areas, a list of large car parks, illegal parking, etc.

  • Kavalir

    Short distances within the car-free city centre area can easily be overcome if you hop on an environment-friendly electric vehicle called Kavalir (Gallant Helper).