Why should I book a hotel in Ljubljana?
Despite being Slovenia's capital, Ljubljana retains the charming atmosphere of a small city. With its central location in Europe and high concentration of industrial and scientific research facilities, it's an important destination for business. The city is surrounded by nature, and was named a European Green Capital in 2016 for its sustainable practices.
Where should I go while staying in a hotel in Ljubljana?
The name Ljubljana means 'the beloved', and it's easy to see why this city has captured the hearts of so many. With a thriving café scene, there are myriad places to stop for a coffee, which will be particularly enjoyable in summer. To keep up with your email on the go, take advantage of Ljubljana's free Wi-Fi network, active throughout the city centre. The city also has a bike hire scheme, with plenty of stands located around the town, making it easy to use as an alternate form of transport between meetings
The city also has many parks and green spaces – the largest, Tivoli City Park, covers approximately five square kilometres and contains many buildings and art works, making it perfect for a lunchtime stroll.
What type of businesses are there in Ljubljana?
The main industries in Ljubljana are pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals and food processing, although there are many other new businesses springing up. A series of initiatives by the local government have successfully encouraged new entrepreneurs to set up in the city. The University of Ljubljana is one of the largest in Europe, and the city has a large and energetic student community. Technology Park Ljubljana operates out of three different locations and is a space for research and academia as well as industry. BTC City, an enormous business and shopping centre with numerous on-site bars and restaurants, is 3km outside the city centre and host to numerous annual events.
What can I see if I book a hotel in Ljubljana?
The city is located on the Ljubljanica River and is known for its beautiful bridges. These include the Dragon Bridge and the Triple Bridge, which connects the Old Town and the modern district. From the Old Town you can take a funicular to the medieval castle which sits atop Castle Hill. The castle has elements of Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance architecture, dates from the 11th century and offers a perfect view of the city.