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Focus
  • MIPIM 2017

    The City of Ljubljana is inviting visitors of the property show on a virtual walk around Ljubljana.

    Again this year the City of Ljubljana is represented at the largest international investment and property show in Europe MIPIM, held between 14 and 18 March 2017 in Cannes. More

  • Travel Trade Show in Berlin

    Mayor Zoran Janković in the company of Marta Kos, Ambassador of Slovenia to Germany, and Michael Müller, the Governing Mayor of Berlin.

    On 8 March 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković attended the opening of the Travel Trade Show ITB Berlin, where Ljubljana is also one of the exhibitors. More

  • Mayors’ summit on the future of Europe

    On 7 March 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković attended the mayors’ summit on the future of Europe in Brussels at which tackling rising populism and Euroscepticism was discussed. More

  • Sustainable Urban Strategy of the City of Ljubljana

    The City of Ljubljana is presenting the Implementation Plan for the Sustainable Urban Strategy of the City of Ljubljana with the invitation to citizens and interested public to submit remarks, proposals and comments. The deadline is 7 March 2017. More

  • Air quality in Ljubljana

    Measurements of PM10 particle air pollution for the past ten years show that air quality in Ljubljana is gradually, yet persistently improving. More

  • Continued activities for the preparation of the Comprehensive Transport Strategy

    Within the framework of the preparation of the Comprehensive Transport Strategy of the City of Ljubljana the 2nd public web discussion and the workshop with chosen stakeholders have concluded, and the 3rd public web discussion is already underway. More

  • Record year for the Ljubljana Castle

    In 2016, over one million people visited the Ljubljana Castle; the crossing counters recorded 1,246,737 visitors. The funicular transferred the highest number of passengers in its ten years of operation – 413,111. As many as 596 different events were held on the castle premises. More

News
  • Investment agreement in the BTC City Ljubljana area

    On 3 March 2017, an agreement for ensuring simultaneous development of economic projects and state infrastructure to carry out 300 million euro worth of investments in the wider BTC City Ljubljana was signed with the aim to advance the economic development of this area for which modern transport infrastructure is needed as soon as possible. More

  • Jean-Claude Juncker at the City Hall

    On 2 March 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković hosted the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker at the City Hall. More

  • Partner Relationship Act in force

    On Friday, 24 February 2017, the Partner Relationship Act came into force in Slovenia which sadly still does not fully equalize same-sex partnerships with opposite-sex partnerships. More

  • Ivica Dačić at City Hall

    On 22 February 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković hosted the first Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić and his delegation at the City Hall. More

  • Multigenerational Centre N'šPlac

    On 22 February 2017, the Cene Štupar Public Institute and its partners opened the multigenerational centre N'šPlac, a meeting and socialising place for different generations, with the aim of increasing the quality of life and promoting social inclusion of different vulnerable groups. More

  • Environment-friendly bags in the City of Ljubljana

    December last year, within the framework of the title Ljubljana, European Green Capital 2016, the City of Ljubljana introduced the campaign »I’m not lasting, but therefore less annoying« to promote the use of environment-friendly bags. More

  • Urban is running again

    After the winter break the electric train Urban is running again on its circular route connecting Ljubljana’s landmarks. Urban connects main city landmarks from the City Hall to the Ljubljana Castle, the Špica waterfront leading to the Botanic Gardens, Trnovo wharf, Plečnik House in Krakovo, the Roman wall, the Križanke open-air theatre, renovated Slovenska Street, Congress Square, the Parliament and Prešeren Street. More