Ljubljana

Daily Car Hire Rates in Ljubljana

  • Mini

    Volkswagen Up
     
    4 |
     
    1 |
     
    3 |
     
       
    From € 9.12
  • Economy

    Volkswagen Polo
     
    5 |
     
    2 |
     
    5 |
     
       
    From € 11.38
  • Suv

    Renault Captur
     
    5 |
     
    2 |
     
    5 |
     
       
    From € 11.90
  • Compact

    Volkswagen Golf
     
    5 |
     
    3 |
     
    3 |
     
       
    From € 12.37
  • Estate

    Renault Clio Estate
     
    5 |
     
    4 |
     
    5 |
     
       
    From € 17.00

*daily rates in Ljubljana based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Ljubljana Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • With 220,000 inhabitants, Ljubljana is the capital and largest city in Slovenia.
  • Originally the city was also capital of the region of Carniola.
  • Until 1918 the city was called Laibach.
  • There have been people living in the region for over 4,000 years.
  • The Romans built a town there called Aemona.

Ljubljana Mini Guide

Ljubljana in a Nutshell
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, a country bordering with Italy and Hungary to the east and west and Austria and Croatia to the north and south, respectively. Due to its location, it has been influenced over history by German and Latin culture.

How can I get to the City?
You can fly into Ljubljana Airport from most European cities, especially during summer. The airport is 26km away and there is a regular bus service into the city. You can drive from many cities in Europe quite easily, the road network is good from as far as Munich and the closer cities of Vienna and Budapest. If you don’t want to drive, long distance coaches are available. Once you are there you can walk or cycle, as the attractions are all in the city centre. There is a tram system from Krek Square to the Central Market and Ljubljana Castle.

Ljubljana castle

What can I see There?
The old city is the place to start. There you will see the 16th century Ljubljana Castle, take a trip up the tower to see spectacular views and learn more about the city at the castle’s Virtual Museum. At the Central Marketplace you can browse the stalls, have a coffee with friends or take a look at the Franciscan Church, the steps are a popular place to sit and watch the world go by. For a little culture, you can visit the National Gallery or the Museum of Modern Art. Take a break from the city and walk along the central promenade in Tivoli Park or even better take a picnic! You should see the famous bridges in the city too, The Tromostovje, which is in fact 3 bridges and the Dragon Bridge with its four dragon statues – the dragon is the symbol that represents Ljubljana.

Ljubljana Tivoli Park

Don’t Miss…
The free city tours at 11am on most weekdays, starting at the steps of the Franciscan Church. It is a 2hr sightseeing tour ending with a coffee by the river.

Ljubljana Franciscan Church

Any Special Events?
Ljubljana International Summer Festival is held at Krizanke open air theatre in July and August. You can see anything from ballet and opera to rock music and film, so there is something for everyone. Also worthy of note are the International Film Festival in November and the Jazz Festival in June.

Should I Explore Outside the City?
Yes, Slovenia has lots to offer. Postojna Cave is 52km away from Ljubljana and has almost 20km of underground networks containing stalagmites and stalactites. The tour lasts an hour and a half and is by foot and mini train. You should also visit Bled, a small town on a lake under the Julian Alps. The lake has an island with a small church and you can rent a boat out to go and see it. Bled Castle is over a thousand years old and sits on a steep cliff overlooking the lake, you can find out more about it inside the castle museum.
 

Latest Update from Ljubljana:

31/05/12 - Until the 16th September you'll get a chance to see the controversial 'Bodies Revealed' exhibition which reaches Ljubljana Convention Centre. The exhibition is of plasticised human bodies showing many of the internal workings and is fascinating, if not a little macabre.

Driving in Ljubljana - Need to know

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    R

    Road Driving Side

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    30-50kph

    Urban speed Limit

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    90kph

    Rural Speed Limit

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    110-130kph

    Motorway Speed Limit

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    EUR  1.28/Ltr

    Current Petrol Price

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    50mg

    Drink Drive Limit

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    EUR €

    Currency

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    21

    Min Rental Age

    18

    Min Driving Age

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    YES

    Tolls

Next Upcoming Holiday

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    Saturday 23 Nov 2019

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Ljubljana remains unspoilt by the ravages of mass tourism and is all the more beautiful for it. The old town is impressive with its medieval buildings which now house a plethora of chic boutiques and cafes.

Famous landmarks of the city include the Triple Bridge, three bridges built in close proximity to each other which are illuminated at night and Dragon Bridge which stands guarded by four dragon statues, symbols of the city. Finally drive your hire car to the west of the city where you can visit the Roman ruins.

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