LJUBLJANA CAR PARKING
PARKING IN LJUBLJANA
As with any European capital, parking in Ljubljana center during the week for no cost, especially until late afternoon, can be a mission of sorts. Here we give you information on locations and costs of parking spaces in Ljubljana. You will find parking spaces on city streets, in parking garages and in parking lots.
LJUBLJANA PARKING OPTIONS
HOW TO PAY FOR PARKING IN LJUBLJANA
The payment method for parking depends on where you park your vehicle.
Parking garages and parking lots have their own automated payment machines where you pay the parking fee.
ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND MOTORHOME PARKING IN LJUBLJANA
Electric Vehicle Parking
There are around 80 charging stations for electric vehicles in Ljubljana.
Parking of electric vehicles is on arranged and marked parking spaces free for the time of filling but up to three hours maximum. An indication of the time of arrival is mandatory. Or with a ticket inside the vehicle or with a parking clock.
Here are links
As you can get fined if you park your motorhome in a parking space for cars, we suggest you try to avoid the temptation and choose one of the parking facilities we suggest here.
MOTORCYCLE PARKING LJUBLJANA
Ljubljana is one of the safest capitals in Europe. The chances of finding your car broken into or stolen are miniature. However, it is advised not to leave valuable things on display all the same.
TOWED AWAY VEHICLE
Has your car been towed away?
If you park on a surface not intended for parking, you may face having your car towed. You’ll find it at Cesta
Management centre is open 24 hours and can help you at any time.
Address: Automobile fairgrounds, Cesta dveh cesarjev Road, 1000 Ljubljana
Phone: +386 (0)1 257 48 61
+386 (0)51 35 88 32
To find the most suitable place for your car, the details about prices, opening hours and number of spaces in each car park are all on the municipal parking web site (in Slovene only). You will find them rated and priced according to their location which you can find on the map attached. Note that they are bigger and administratively separate to the street ones thus you are more likely to find an empty slot there. For this reason they have their own policy and prices.