Time Difference 

Slovenia is one hour ahead GMT. It has daylight savings time from March to October, which is the same as the UK.


The local currency is the Euro. Many merchants accept payment by credit card (especially Eurocard-MasterCard and American Express) however, it is a good idea to have cash on hand for small expenses and trips to the countryside.


Standard voltage is 220 and two-pronged European type sockets are used.

Shops and Amenities 

As a general rule, merchants open from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday, and on Saturday mornings. Banks are open from 8.30am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (8.30am to 12.00pm on Saturdays).


There are post offices in all towns (variable opening hours). Delivery time for mail to other European countries is between three and eight days.


To call the United Kingdom from Slovenia, dial: 00 - 44 - area code – and a landline number or 00 - 44 – plus a mobile number.

Internet and Mobile Coverage 

There are a few internet cafes in Ljubljana. The mobile coverage is good overall, however we recommend that you check with your operator on the local network access conditions. 

Contact one of our Slovenia specialists