Perfect for a quiet meal, but also to enjoy a few beers with friends. Take a look at the stories from a trip around Slovenia, as written by the individual visitors and journalists. The closest seems to be the City Hotel Ljubljana.
However, you can also take public transport to many places, or otherwise, go on an organised tour. Any other suggestions?
Related: What are the most popular tours in Slovenia? Why Gay Travelers Should Start Heading to Slovenia surveys show that most Slovenians support gay-marriage, and in our experience, the locals are incredibly welcoming. View all hotels. Enjoy the laidback vibe of the city, and maybe consider taking some day trips to other parts of Slovenia.
We used it a couple of times during our time in Slovenia, and despite warnings from our friends, it seemed to be reliable enough. Klub K4 : Not specifically a gay bar, but positively gay-friendly. Not only is the food delicious and cheap, but this place has a great vibe.
Representatives of all these organisations can provide more details and tips, which are useful to gays and lesbians during their visit to Slovenia. Of course, how could we not mention Ljubljana gay pride? For this reason, many choose to rent a car when travelling in Slovenia. Accompanied by a fun-filled weekend of club nights, parades, and LGBT focused events… where do we sign up?
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