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Getting thereYou can get to Ljubljana from Zagreb, Belgrade and Sargans. Best price and travel duration below.
|From Vienna||06:05||€ 84|
|From Budapest||08:52||€ 64|
|From Salzburg||04:25||€ 43|
|From Zagreb||02:16||€ 32|
|From Sargans||10:34||€ 99|
|From Golling Abtenau||03:58||€ 22|
|From Villach||01:38||€ 31|
|From Jesenice||00:51||€ 11|
Getting aroundFrom Ljubljana, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Lesce Bled||01:06|
|To Jesenice||01:23||€ 11|
|To Villach||01:44||€ 31|
|To Zagreb||02:28||€ 32|
|To Vienna||05:57||€ 84|
|To Golling Abtenau||05:59||€ 31|
|To Belgrade||09:07||€ 81|
|To Budapest||09:54||€ 81|
|To Sargans||11:13||€ 99|
|To Prague||12:03||€ 133|
|To Zurich||12:10||€ 99|
Ljubljana city guide
Ljubljana, an architectural treasure.
Slovenian capital Ljubljana is a perfectly-formed pint-sized package. Sip wine under willows on the banks of the sea-green river. Then peer over the old town’s terracotta roofs from the hilltop castle. A former military barracks, Metelkova is now home to an edgy nightlife scene.
Ljubljana is worth the journey mainly for its historical centre which is a mix of two architectural styles: the Baroque and the Art-Nouveau. Next to the City Hall, you can admire the charming baroque Robba’s fountain on the "Mestni Trg" square.
You may feel like facing the "Piazza Navona" in Rome! Reach the striking Dragons bridge in Art-Nouveau style: it was nicknamed "mother-in-law" because of its dragons on each corner. Don’t hesitate to discover the Saint-Nicolas cathedral, its green dome and twin towers, in which you will be seduced by the baroque frescos.
Take the cable-car from the town centre to the picturesque medieval castle, restored from 1960.
Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Ljubljana.