• My Rainbow City

    On 17 May we are observing the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) and this year the City of Ljubljana honoured this day with an international photographic exhibition of the Rainbow Cities Network published on our website. More

  • Co-operation agreement between the government and the City of Ljubljana

    On 10 May 2016, Mayor Zoran Janković and Prime Minister Dr Miro Cerar signed the Agreement on the Implementation of Programmes and Tasks in accordance with the Capital City of the Republic of Slovenia Act for the period 2016-2018. More

  • Presentation of the partial conclusions of the CPC+ project

    On 10 May 2016, at the conclusion of the Upgraded Comprehensive Patient Care (CPC+) project a presentation of partial conclusions was held at the City Hall for decision makers in the field of healthcare in Slovenia. More

  • Zalog Centre

    On 9 May 2019, the new contemporary Zalog Centre opened its doors in Zalog with facilities for the local community and a Spar supermarket. The centre is the result of a public-private partnership between the City of Ljubljana and SPAR Slovenia. More

  • Tourism Ljubljana with its new web appearance

    The official tourist website of Ljubljana and the Central Slovenia region administrated by Ljubljana Tourism has been upgraded technically, visually and in its contents. More

  • Karl Falkenberg in Ljubljana

    Karl Falkenberg cycled to the City Hall.

    On Saturday, 14 May 2016, as part of the tour connecting previous green capitals and Ljubljana, Karl Falkenberg and his team arrived on bicycles. In front of the City Hall he was welcomed by Mayor Zoran Janković and Deputy Mayor Tjaša Ficko. More

  • Highest Awards of the City of Ljubljana


    On 9 May 2015, the City Holiday, Mayor Zoran Janković presented the highest recognitions of the City of Ljubljana at the Ljubljana Castle. The academic painter and illustrator Jelka Reichman and the poet, translator, politician, partisan and academic Ciril Zlobec were declared Honorary Citizens. More

  • Ljubljana celebrates

    On 7 May 2016, on the occasion of the City Holiday of Ljubljana, the new section of the Dolomitski odred Street and the renovated south part of the Slovenska Street were opened for traffic. In addition, 30 new environmentally friendly city buses have been introduced. More

  • The Golden Tourist Heart

    Sacen International has awarded Ljubljana Tourism with the second Golden Tourist Heart of the Mediterranean and South-East Europe. More

  • The March – living cultural heritage

    On 3 May 2016, the Ministry of Culture entered a new item in the register of living cultural heritage – the March along the Barbed Wire. The entry coincides with this year’s 60th anniversary March which additionally accentuates the significance of this event for Ljubljana, this year’s European Green Capital, as well as for its residents. More