Ljubljana provides a wide range of accommodation facilities of all categories and types, currently totalling to around 3,000 hotel rooms (January 2021). Additional units are available in pensions, bed & breakfast, short-let apartments (and Airbnb), youth and student hostels, and private rooms.
WEATHER - CLIMATE
The climate of Slovenia is influenced by the Alps and the Mediterranean, however, in the northeastern part the climate is mostly continental, which is typical for the Panonian Basin. The average temperatures for the month of July are slightly over 20 degrees Celsius, while the average temperatures for the month of January are around 0 degrees Celsius.
The climate of Ljubljana is influenced by its location in a large basin which is surrounded by the pre Alpine landscape and the Karst region. A typical phenomenon called temperature inversion, where cool and humid air masses stay near the ground, is particularly prevalent in winter. In the summer Ljubljana's climate is more influenced by Mediterranean air currents, therefore summers are sunny and relatively warm.
Both conference delegates and accompanying persons may appreciate having the chance to get to know the congress host city or country better, especially if visiting for the first time. Ljubljana and Slovenia provide an exciting array of discovery options that range from historical & cultural to natural sights, rounded up by a lot of sports and wellness activities.
The Slovenian currency is the Euro (€). The majority of stores accept international credit and payment cards. There is also a wide network of ATMs where you can withdraw cash.