Like most countries, the capital city of Ljubljana is a central destination for trips to Slovenia. With its international airport, good accessibility and a large variety of hotels and accommodation, it makes Ljubljana one of the most popular places to stay in the country. The city is worth spending a few days exploring: potter in and out of independent shops and craft stores, eat at independent trendy bars or family-run restaurants, and people watch from alfresco cafes.
There are several neighbourhoods in Ljubljana. The Old Town is the most convenient places to stay as it is the hub to most of the sightseeing architecture and museums in the capital. The Old Town is also very charming itself, with cobbled alleyways which homes a local feel to it, even though most of the people wandering the streets are tourists!
If you are looking for a taste of authenticity and local living, then neighbourhoods like Krakovo and Trnovo are good options to stay in. They are smaller suburbs which are home to independent hotels, charming cafes and up-and-coming bars with good night scenes. These neighbourhoods are much smaller but you will certainly get a feel for what it’s like to live locally in Ljubljana.