Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a charming small city with around 280.000 inhabitants. Being entitled with the European Green Capital award in 2016, Ljubljana is a city that pays a lot of attention to keeping its environment clean. That is why you can expect to see a lot of people getting around by bicycles rather than cars.
Buses to the city leave hourly, on the hour, Monday to Friday, and every two hours (from 10am) at weekends. Buy a ticket (€4.10) from the driver for the 45-minute journey to the railway and bus stations. Private minibuses from the airport charge between €5 and €8 per person and serve major hotels. A taxi costs around €40.