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Located in central Slovenia, Ljubljana is the capital, its largest city, and the historic capital of Carniola, part of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. Today the city acts as the political, economic, and cultural heart of Slovenia; however it also has a long and eventful history. What would eventually become the city began in 50 BC as a Roman military encampment known as Iulia Aemona, although it would later be sacked by the Huns, Ostrogoths, and finally the Lombards. Ljubljana is a lively metropolitan destination, ideal for romantic getaways and cultural visits. Finding a hotel in Ljubljana suited to your budget and expectations can be a difficult, especially when there are hundreds of hotels to choose from. Venere makes things simple with the aid of thousands of user submitted hotel reviews, our handy Google maps applet, and thousands of hotel room photo galleries.

What's Ljubljana Like?

This historic and cultural center also has a modern face with its many shopping streets and lively nightlife. One of the must-see attractions is the Ljubljana Old Town, a historic part of the city ideal for bike tours, afternoon lunch, or a spot of shopping at one of the open air markets. There are a number of museums throughout the city for history buffs to enjoy, such as Muzej Novejse Zgodovine (National Museum of Contemporary History), which takes a look at the development of Slovenia over the past two centuries, as well as the City Museum of Ljubljana, which takes a look as far back as its original Roman roots. You can also find many shopping streets, malls, and markets, including the Central Market, BTC City, and Galerija Emporium.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ljubljana

The city has a mild climate with warm summers and mild winters. The summer months of June to August typically have afternoon temperatures of around 78 Fahrenheit, however on some days it has been known to reach as high as 104 Fahrenheit, so be sure to take the proper precautions. There is a huge student presence in the city, and many of the locals will speak English quite well, however it would still be advised to carry a Slovenian pocket reference book so that you can make sense of street signs and transport timetables. If you fancy a day trip out of the city, the Ljubljana Railway Station connects to many cities throughout Slovenia, and even the most distant city is only 3 hours away. Venere can help you book a hotel regardless of where in Slovenia you decide to travel!