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Like in any European capital, finding free parking in Ljubljana city centre during the week, especially until late afternoon, can be a bit of a challenge. Here, we provide details about the locations and charges for parking spaces in Ljubljana. You’ll come across parking spots on city streets, in parking garages, and in parking lots.


Cheap Parking in Ljubljana

We feel you. You`re not alone. We wanna park for free as bad as you do when in another city. But how, where and when can you find free parking in Ljubljana center? Well, they’re (un)fortunately limited. There are two things you can do……well, actually three.

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To locate the best spot for your car, you can check the municipal parking website for details on prices, opening hours, and the number of spaces available in each car park. They are rated and priced based on their location.

Keep in mind that these car parks are larger and administratively distinct from street parking, making it more likely to find an empty space. Due to this, they have their own policies and prices.


The way you pay for parking depends on where you decide to park your vehicle.

If you’re in a parking garage or lot, they usually have their own automated payment machines for settling the parking fee.

To learn about payment methods at Park & Ride lots and understand how to use pay stations for street parking, check out the relevant sections for Street Parking and Park & Ride parking.


Electric Vehicle Parking

There are approximately 80 charging stations for electric vehicles in Ljubljana.

For electric vehicles, parking is available in designated and marked spaces for free during charging, but for a maximum of three hours. It’s essential to provide an indication of the arrival time, either with a ticket inside the vehicle or by using a parking clock.

Here are links to mapped and listed electric charging stations in Ljubljana and Slovenia:

Motorhome Parking

Ljubljana city centre has only a handful of camper van parking lots, and most of them are situated beyond the ring road. Not all these spots come with hook-up facilities, and there’s a time limit for parking.

Since there’s a risk of getting fined for parking your motorhome in a regular car space, we recommend resisting the temptation and opting for one of the suggested parking facilities mentioned here.

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Motorcycle Parking

Address : Number of Spaces

 Gruberjevo nabrezje 20: 3 spaces
 Breg 22: 8 spaces
 Tavcarjeva ulica 2: 6                                         Levstikov trg 2: 14
 Gosposka ulica 2: 7                                         Vegova 1: 10
 Cankarjeva cesta 6: 6                                         Levstikov trg 5: 6
 Parking house Kozolec: 2

Address : Number of Spaces

 Beethovnova ulica 12: 4 spaces
 Ciril Metodov trg 5: 7 spaces
 Miklosiceva cesta 7a: 2                                       Beethovnova ulica 10: 12
 Adamic Lundrovo nabrežje 9: 7                        Vodnikov trg Square: 8
 Trg mladinskih delovnih brigad: 8                    Vrhovceva ulica: 2
 Pivovarniska ulica: 1

Ljubljana is among the safest capitals in Europe. The likelihood of encountering a break-in or theft of your car is extremely low. Nevertheless, it’s recommended not to leave valuable items on display just to be on the safe side. 


Has your car been towed away?

Parking in areas not designated for parking may result in your car being towed. This might happen on Cesta dveh cesarjev Road, located on the southern outskirts of Ljubljana. As it’s a bit of a distance, it’s advisable to use a taxi or city bus No. 1. The fine, amounting to €100 plus €5 per day, is payable upon arrival.

The management centre operates 24 hours a day and is available to assist 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