Ljubljana is the capital and the largest city of Slovenia. It has been the cultural, educational, economic, political, and administrative centre of independent Slovenia since 1991. Its central geographic location within Slovenia, transport connections, concentration of industry, scientific and research institutions, and cultural tradition are the contributing factors to its leading position.
Please check these websites to plan your visit in Ljubljana:
Transportation within Ljubljana:
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. The Urbana card is available at LPP ticket offices, tourist information centres and most of the city’s newspaper kiosks, news-stands and post offices.
A single journey fare is €1.20. It covers an up to 90-minute journey regardless of the number of buses needed to be changed to reach the destination.
Single city card – URBANA
The Urbana single city card is a no-contact smart card, allowing quick and convenient cash-free payment for rides on Ljubljana city buses. The Urbana card can also be used to pay for cable-car rides to the Ljubljana Castle, parking fees for white zones and parking lots managed by Javno podjetje Ljubljanska parkirišča in tržnice company as well as the services of the Ljubljana City Library. In the future, the Urbana card will also enable payment of entrance fees for museums, sports institutions and cultural events.
Ljubljana is one of the first cities in Europe to introduce uniform payments for city services. Our aim is to make everyday errands of Ljubljana citizens simpler, cheaper, more user-friendly and convenient.
A guide to the transportation in Ljubljana is available at:
Enjoy your stay!