Is Ljubljana castle free?

Is Ljubljana castle free?

It’s free to ramble around the castle grounds, but you’ll have to pay to enter the Watchtower and the Chapel of St George, and to see the worthwhile Slovenian History Exhibition, visit the Puppet Theatre and take the Time Machine tour.

Is Ljubljana a touristy?

It’s never crowded – but also never boring. 50,000 university students give it its youthful appeal, and as an economic and cultural hub of Slovenia, it has a lot to offer to locals and visitors alike.

What is there to do in Ljubljana for free?

To get you started, Lonja lists 10 fun free things to do in her gorgeous city.

  • Relax at Tivoli Park and Rožnik Hill.
  • Soak up some local history at Ljubljana Castle.
  • Take a Cavalier ride.
  • Check out the pictures by the Ljubljanica River.
  • Join a running group.
  • Work out in an outdoor gym.
  • Go on a free walking tour.

Can you drive to Ljubljana Castle?

Yes you can. Just the parking lots are not a lot! There is no parking at the top. The two ways to get up are via walking or taking the funicular railway.

Is Slovenia expensive?

Slovenia is quite cheap compared to the nearby Switzerland, Austria, and Italy, but it’s more expensive than most countries in Eastern Europe. In particular, the capital city of Ljubljana can cost dramatically more than the surrounding countryside and small towns.

Which is better Slovenia or Croatia?

Both countries are stunning, beautifull, diverse, both have wealth of history, old castles, palaces, fortresses, national parks etc, only Slovenia is in comparison, quite smaller. Croatia has most of Adriatic, with all1200 islands, seaside lengthwith with all coves and bays is over 6000 km long!

How much is a meal in Slovenia?

Cost of Living in Slovenia

Restaurants Edit
Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 9.00€
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 35.00€
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) 6.00€
Domestic Beer (1 pint draught) 2.50€

Is English widely spoken in Slovenia?

The official and national language of Slovenia is Slovene, which is spoken by a large majority of the population. It is also known, in English, as Slovenian….

Languages of Slovenia
Immigrant Croatian, Serbian, Romani
Foreign Croatian, Serbian, English, German, Italian
Signed Slovenian Sign Language

Is Slovenia cheaper than Switzerland?

If nothing else, Slovenia is a lot cheaper than Switzerland. I was in Slovenia a couple of weeks ago and found the scenery – in particular around Lake Bled – to be as magnificent as anything I’ve seen in Switzerland, at a fraction of the cost.

Is English spoken in Ljubljana?

The official and national language of Slovenia is Slovene, which is spoken by a large majority of the population. The most often taught foreign languages are English and German, followed by Italian, French, and Spanish.

What food is Slovenia famous for?

9 of the tastiest traditional Slovenian foods to try

  • Dumplings. Bite-sized and bursting with all manner of exotic fillings, the humble Slovenian dumpling is as close to ‘national dish’ status in Slovenia as any other traditional Slovenian food.
  • Kremna rezina.
  • Kranjska klobasa.
  • Bograč
  • Idrijski žlikrofi.
  • Pogača.
  • Štruklji.
  • Trout.