News

  • Ljubljana, eight most bicycle friendly city in the world

    In 2015, Ljubljana first made it onto the list of top 20 bicycle friendly cities in the world taking the 13th place, and this year it improved its ranking. It made it as high as the 8th place on the »Copenhagenize Bicycle Friendly Cities Index 2017«.

  • Record BicikeLJ

    In May 2017 a new daily bicycle rental record was set in the BicikeLJ bicycle rental system, and since 2012 cyclist went on over 4 million bicycle rides.

  • Baza sports centre foundation stone

    On Sunday, 11 June 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković and partners laid the foundation stone for the Baza sports centre on Pesarska cesta.

  • Župančič Awards 2017

    We are presenting the recipients of Župančič Awards 2017, the highest recognition of the City of Ljubljana for outstanding creation in the field of art and culture.

  • Petra Stušek elected Vice-President of the Board of ECM

    Director of Ljubljana Tourism Petra Stušek, MA, was elected Vice-President of the Board at the International Conference and General Assembly of the international organisation European Cities Marketing.

  • Visit to Visionect

    On Wednesday, 31 May 2017, Mayor Zoran Janković and his team visited the company Visionect, specialised in developing wireless energy saving boards with electronic paper screens and providing services especially in the area of traffic signs and notifications.

  • Comprehensive Transport Strategy of the City of Ljubljana

    The City of Ljubljana is presenting its Comprehensive Transport Strategy, a strategic document emphasising measures for the promotion of sustainable mobility in Ljubljana which, together with the action plan for its implementation, is to be discussed at the June session of the City Council of the City of Ljubljana.

  • June in Ljubljana festival

    Between 8 and 21 June 2017, the 9th June in Ljubljana festival is taking place featuring superior artistic creations in the field of dance, theatre and music. Programmes in the morning and afternoon are traditionally dedicated to children and families, and in the evenings to top artistic events. All events are admission-free.

  • Heritage Days of European Cemeteries

    The public company Žale is organising free tours of the Žale cemetery during the Heritage Days of European Cemeteries, held between 29 May and 2 June.

  • Presentation of the Rainbow Ljubljana in Brussels

    On International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) the 5th European IDAHOT Forum was held in Brussels bringing together political decision-makers, experts and representatives of various organisations.