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|Ljubljana city centre|
|Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU): 11 mi from city centre|
Planning a trip to the Slovenian capital? Find cheap flights to Ljubljana year-round onboard both regular and low cost airlines. From London, fly to Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU) with Austrian Airlines, Air France, Lufthansa, Adria Airways and British Airways. Take off for cheap with easyJet from London Stansted.
Ljubljana is a treat to visit in the summertime when the city cafes spill out onto the steers and festivals take up the city squares. Book your flights to Ljubljana at least three months prior to your travel dates for the cheapest fares.
Flights to Ljubljana take at least 4 hours with one stopover from London.
Ljubljana has no world-famous attractions but in no way takes away from the city atmosphere. Stroll the city, sit in the squares and you'll see why everyone loves this city of artists, museums and galleries. There's so much to love in the smallest capital in Europe!
Triple Bridge: This is the creation of Jože Plečnik and features three separate bridges located right next to each other. It's a popular meeting place in the city centre.
Old Town: Ljubljana's old town is between the river and castle hill and is easily explored on foot. Most notable are the medieval buildings that house many small design shops and cafes.
Ljubljana castle: For the best views of the city, head up to the tower of the castle. In the distance on a clear day you can even see the Kamnik Alps! You can access the courtyard and chapel for free but the tower is ticketed.
Find more information on Visit Ljubljana.
There is no shortage of choice for hotels in Ljubljana. You'll find plenty in the budget category as well as many in the mid-range, located for the most part in the city centre. Luckily for travellers the city is small so staying at a cheaper hotel outside of the city centre won't be too much of an inconvenience.
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