Welcome to our Ljubljana Car Rental Guide! If you’re thinking about renting a car in Ljubljana or Slovenia for your vacations, here is all the information you need to know. We will explain how to save money while renting a car, what kind of car you need, and which are the different companies available for renting a car in Slovenia
Why rent a car in Ljubljana?
Renting a car in Ljubljana is a great way to fully explore the city. Obviously with a car you have the freedom to go where you want and when you want! In Ljubljana there is a great bus transport system that works with a card called “urbana”. But unfortunately the bus doesn’t go so often and sometimes is full of people.
The same applies to the whole country. From Ljubljana you can go with train or bus to many touristic places like Bled or Maribor but other idyllic places in Slovenia are not reachable in an easy way with the public transport, for example Kranjska Gora, Goriska Brda, Lipica or Logarska Dolina. In addition, with a car you can easily enjoy the slovenian beaches or explore other wonderful places in this country.
Reasons not to rent a car in Ljubljana
- You want to avoid the stress of driving
- You don’t know very well the streets and routes
- You are staying short time
- You are on a budget
Cost of a Ljubljana car rental
How much your Ljubljana car rental costs will depend on the type of car you rent, the insurances you choose to get and time of year you are visiting.
Popular companies for renting a car in Ljubljana are:
Requirements for renting a car in Ljubljana
- Minimum age of 18 years
- 3 years of driving experience
- International credit card (such as Visa, American Express, Mastercard or Diners Club)
- Document ID or passport, along with the driving license
Driving in Slovenia
Slovenia is a country where people care about having things in order. The quality of services are no exception when we talk about the routes and highways in Slovenia. It is very hard to find a route or street that is in bad condition. On the opposite, you will drive and enjoy your ride in one of the most beautiful countries in Europe.
These are the following speed limits:
- residential area 50 km/h
- motorways 130 km/h
- regional roads 90 km/h
- express roads 110 km/h
Slovenia uses a driving pass system called vignette. This is a sticker you must buy and use while driving on highways. It should be sticked in your windshield to avoid fines. If you rent a car in Slovenia it is very probable that it already has the vignette. If you want to buy one you can do it at a gas petrol station.
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