Ljubljana and me

Glimpses,photos & experiences of a foreigner living in Slovenia, Ljubljana

Tasha’s Tour of Ljubljana

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Been receiving numerous inquiries and requests from people that plan to visit Ljubljana and find it interesting how we see the city, how we discover it and want a guiding tour with the same “vision”. There is where Tasha can offer her help 😉 She has the best nose and can give best advices for people that visit Ljubljana with pets, what hotel to pick, where and how to spend your free time, where you can go and what you can do with your pet, etc.

Pet Friendly Tours of Ljubljana will be published here, as for the rest of  inquiries and requests please access my public facebook page and use the email option. Thanks!




So far, We advice you as best Hotels choices for people travelling with pets in Ljubljana, Center area :

Union Hotels – Accepts pets – dogs and cats, with a small extra cost. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Dogs are accepted at the breakfast area. Tested by Ljubljana and Me

Park Hotel  – Accepts pets- dogs and cats, with a small extra cost. The staff is friendly towards pets and the restaurant accepts dogs on the terrace area. Tested by Ljubljana and me



In Slovenia, we are recommending you, in Haloze, the wonderful Lavender Farm with the Guest House that accepts pets. The owners are animal lovers. If you want to know more, read this.

If you visit the Soča Valley, we recommend you the warm and friendly Family Home with Herbal Rooms of  Slocally.  Since their project is at beginning, they didn’t yet had visitors accompanied by their pets, we recommend you to contact Slocally to discuss.



More to come, the list is just at beginning I ask of my readers if they have stayed overnight in Ljubljana with pets to share from their experience. Thanks!






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