HERE ARE SOME COMMON QUESTIONS
All our apartments are non-smoking apartments, it is strictly forbidden to smoke inside. It is however allowed to smoke on the terrace and in front of the house.
Parties are not allowed inside the apartments since they are intended for rest and relaxation.
Yes, pets are allowed in some apartments: APP1, APP2 and APP3. Pet will be charged 15 EUR/per night.
Yes, Wi-Fi is available in all the apartments, for FREE!
We’ll send you the instructions by email. One day before you arrive, we will send you code for digital code door lock for apartment you reserved and for main door.
From 09:00 (9AM) to 20:00 (8PM). Telephone: +386 31 702 940. You can also contact us by email: email@example.com
Check-out is by 10:00 (10AM). If you want to check-out later please ask customer service.
Check-in time is normally after 15:00 (3PM).
Yes, we have our own Secure Private Parking.
No, you have plenty of professional agencies to organize you experiences in Ljubljana and surrounding.
No, our apartments do not have extra beds. All our apartments have a sofa bed with real mattress.
Yes, all apartments have air conditioning.
Yes, all apartments have a private bathroom.
Yes, all apartments have shower cubicle only.
Yes, all apartments have a kitchen. They are equipped with hob, washing machine, fridge, microwave, and toaster. The kitchen also has kitchenware and utensils for use during your stay, and a welcome pack consisting of 2 dishwasher tablet, a dishwasher diffuser, and a rubbish bag.
All apartments have a dishwasher, except apartment – APP1.
Yes, there is Dolce Gusto and kettle with a welcome pack of coffee capsules, teas, instant coffee, milk capsules and a bottle of water.
You can watch Cable TV channels in the apartments.
All apartments have a gel/shampoo dispenser and bar of soap.
Yes, all apartments have a hair dryer.
The development of Ljubljana dates back to Roman times, where the fortified Roman settlement laid on the area of today’s Ljubljana. Roman name for Ljubljana was Emona.
After Emona was destroyed by Huns, Slavs had arrived and built a town under the present castle hill, that developed into medieval Ljubljana (known as Laibach).
It was under the Habsburg rule until the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in 1918 and part of Yugoslavia until 1991.
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, which itself is a member of the European Union. The population of Slovenia is approximately 2 million, while the population of Ljubljana is about 300.000. Therefore, they rank among the smallest countries and capitals of the EU. However, we do dare to add, they also rank among the most beautiful and among the safest of them all.
The Ljubljana dragon is the symbol of the city and you’ll find dragons on Dragon Bridge and on the coat of arms in the castle. It represents power, courage and greatness.
You can buy your Urbana card at any of the Urbana machines, which are mostly located in the immediate vicinity of bus stops, at kiosks and newsagents’, at selected petrol stations and post offices, in several Mercator and Spar shopping centers, at the LPP Passenger Centre on 56 Slovenska Cesta in Ljubljana, at the Ljubljana bus station on 4 Trg OF, at the two tourist information centers, on 10 Krekov Trg and 2 Adamic-Lundrovo Nabrezje, as well as at any place with the Urbana logo (red circle inscribed with Urbana).
You can pick up your Ljubljana Tourist Card at Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport or at the Tourist Information Centre (TIC). Select your pickup location when purchasing the card online.
The pickup point at Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport is the tourist information center in the Arrivals hall.
Tourist Information Centre (TIC), Adamic Lundrovo nabrezje 2, Ljubljana. Opening hours: Monday–Friday 9AM to 5PM, Saturdays 9AM to 3PM, Sundays and holidays closed.
Ljubljana may be the quaintest capital in the world and one of the smallest in Europe, but there’s so much to see, do, eat, drink, buy and experience that any stay less than three days is just cheating yourself.