The square gained its current appearance in the 17th century. In the 19th centruy, the crossroad became into a square and paved.
Technically, the public transport in Ljubljana is only made up of buses. In total, 26 lines carry passengers in the city, mostly from 5 AM to 10-11 PM. Night buses are available in the remaining times (limited availability). Tickets can be used through the contactless Urbana card, which costs €2 and can be topped up with €1 to €50. A single ride (including free transfer, in total for 90 minutes) is €1.20.
Alongside the Central Market, you can rent a bike from the Slovenian Tourist Information Center for a small amount of money. Just like other European capitals, Ljubljana also has a bike-sharing system called Bicikelj. If you have already bought your Urbana card, you can use it with that too (after they deduct the subscription fee for that). The first hour is free at Bicikelj.
Taxi providers do not work with the same tariffs, so keep an eye on which cab you get in. The safest and cheapest if you order by phone, just ask at your accommodation which company they recommend.
Time ZoneCentral European Time (CET)
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