Are you visiting or about to visit Ljubljana and want to get wild?
Well, search no more, because Party in Ljubljana is the right place for you!
The capital of Slovenia has all the makings for one of the most epic nights you’ll ever experience: young and energetic people, top bars, and clubs filled with dance music. Even on a New Year’s Eve.
And the best thing of all?
Forget about spending your monthly salary on beer and club entrances. Ljubljana is one of the cheapest European capitals, so you won’t have to hold yourself back from going all out for this one night!
You can either go on a bender as a private party group or join an organized crowd of internationals looking to meet new people and have a good time.
Either case, we’ll make partying in a foreign city unforgettable by ensuring that our party guides take you only to the best places to go out in Ljubljana!
All you have to do is be there and join us on this sinful night of excessive self-indulgence.
Check out our Pub Crawl Ljubljana to visit the best clubs in the city with a group of people from all over the planet.
And if you want to have an exclusive party with your friends, a private party guide might sound interesting.
If you like DJ events with commercial pop music and aren’t against spending a few euros on entrance fees, clubs like Cirkus Club or Square Club are great destinations.
Bars like Parlament Pub or Holidays’ Pub (on the weekend) offer a similar experience on a smaller scale but without charging entry fees.
And for an alternative scene, you can visit one of the clubs in Metelkova Art Center or K4 Club for techno music.
You can read more about all these party places at Ljubljana Clubs and Ljubljana Bars.
Wild! The city center is dotted with quality clubs and bars, filled with party people and good music long into the night.
If you join our Pub Crawl Ljubljana, you will experience the best of Ljubljana’s nightlife in one night!
That depends on what your preferences are. There are clubs in Ljubljana with commercial music at Cirkus Club, techno music at K4 Club, and even alternative music at Metelkova Art Center.
If you wish to party on a budget with fellow students, you might want to stop at the Parlament Pub, or you can sing karaoke at the Holidays’ Pub.
You’ll get a broader picture by reading about the best Ljubljana Clubs and Ljubljana Bars.
Most clubs in Ljubljana open around 10 pm, but you should visit them after midnight for the best party experience.
Consider hiring our Private Party Guide who will know where to take you every hour of the night so that you can experience the maximum dose of Ljubljana’s nightlife.
Partying in Ljubljana is possible every day throughout the year! The weekends are usually the time when young people can relax, go out and hang out in the trendiest bars, and party in the best clubs. But Ljubljana is also a student city and they usually party on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The busiest time of the year is the fall when the students return from their breaks, in the spring, and in December. At that time there are parties with big-name DJs almost every weekend. We usually go out at around 10 pm or later, have some drinks, and around 1 am, we hit the clubs. They’re usually open until 5 am.
Yes! All the participants must be 18 years or older. Your age can be checked from your documents at any time.
On our tours, large quantities of alcohol are often consumed so if you get really drunk we will try to make sure you get back to the hostel/hotel safely. However, we cannot take responsibility for any unfortunate events that might occur during the night. We know it is relative what causing trouble means to you, but bear in mind that if our team evaluates that you are causing too much trouble we have to right to deny you our services and exclude you from the tour. The same is with all venues attended during the tours. If you really did something crazy we will get in touch with your friends and let them know you got arrested, but we will not bail you out.
Ljubljana is the biggest city and capital of Slovenia and it is located in Southern Central Europe. Slovenia is part of the EU and Schengen zone. The climate is similar to all continental Europe, so depending on the season of your arrival you should bring winter or summer clothes because air temperatures differ quite a bit. The official language is Slovenian, but don’t worry, most people here speak very good English. The local currency is EURO. Prices are the same as average in the EU, but non-basic needs like partying can be quite a bit cheaper than in Western Europe. We recommend you change money into EURO before arriving, but if you do it in Slovenia there is absolutely no problem and you don’t have to worry about being scammed. Ljubljana is one of the safest cities in Europe. The local transport in Ljubljana is very good, same with taxi services, which are quite affordable. The accommodation options are endless and of good quality.