Passengers wanting to ride Ljubljana city buses can from now on use a Mastercard or Visa card to pay for their fare but only the Urbana city card or app will still allow them to change buses for free.
The Ljubljana public transportation company LPP presented the new digital solution supporting car
Two Slovenian rock climbers have conquered a new, 700-metre route up Mount Rjavina in the Julian Alps in what is the country's toughest rock climbing route yet, graded X on the UIAA scale.
Luka Lindič and Luka Krajnc discovered and climbed the new route in August and they talked about their feat
The National Assembly has passed a 16-point declaration on the situation in Palestine and Israel in which Slovenia condemns Hamas's attack against Israel while denouncing any attacks by both Hamas and Israel on civilian targets and urging all sides to an immediate ceasefire.
The debate at the plena
Spanish flag carrier Iberia Airlines and Norway's budget carrier Norwegian Air have applied for subsidies offered by the Slovenian government under a scheme designed to improve the country's air connectivity.
Revealing the two bidders on 28 November, the Infrastructure Ministry said their applicati
The Ljubljana Faculty of Electrical Engineering has acquired a €1.25 million super-resolution microscope in what is the most expensive single piece of equipment ever purchased by the University of Ljubljana. It will allow researchers to observe cellular processes in even greater detail.
Slovenians now see climate change impacts and environmental degradation as the number one challenge for the nation, followed by the increased cost of living and access to healthcare, the latest climate survey of the European Investment Bank (EIB), conducted just after the August floods in Slovenia,