While Slovenia may not be as expensive as its neighboring countries, the country has been getting more foreign visitors each year, and this has meant rising prices, especially in the tourist areas. Here are some tips on how to save money on your trip to Slovenia.
With only 2 million inhabitants and 20,000 square km, Slovenia is one of the smallest countries in the world. Most of the towns are tiny, too. Although several of them have public transport, most of the interesting places and sights are reachable by foot. Ljubljana, the capital, is practically the only one where you might need to take a bus — you’ll have to buy an Urbana card and charge it. But you can avoid all of the fuss and the expensive rides and instead walk around the city, including to the must-visit castle.