Slovenia has an extensive north/south and east/west highway system. This offers easy access to the neighbouring countries of Austria and Italy. In one direction you can drive to the mountain resorts in the Alps and in the other there are coastal resorts by the Adriatic Sea. One of the most popular resort communities is located on Lake Bled where there is skating and curling in the winter months and swimming and rowing in the summer.
Slovenia operates on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) +1 hour (or +2 hours from the last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October). The clocks go forwards and back on the same days as the UK so the Slovenia time difference from the UK is +1 hour. Pick up a hire car in Ljubljana in summer and you will be 2 hours infront of UK time.
When driving your Slovenia cheap car hire you will hear the official language of Slovenia spoken: Slovene. If you collect a car hire in Bled you may also hear Italian, German and Hungarian spoken.
Slovenia operates on 220 volt, 50 Hz electricity. 'Schuko' plugs and receptacles are standard in Slovenia.
The Euro is the currency in Slovenia. Atm machines are easily located throughout Slovenia and the local tax is is 20%, but tax rates range from 5% - 27% depending on the product or service rendered.
When planning your holiday with a car hire in Slovenia, be sure to have a look at the following websites to find out tourism office locations, places to visit and further information you may need before travelling. Visit the official tourist Slovenia website for holiday ideas.
No travel visa is required if your stay is 90 days or less in Slovenia. Take a look at Slovenia Tourist Visas to choose the one which befits your holiday needs.
The British Embassy is located in Ljubljana. To know more about UK Embassies in Slovenia and other information, visit the website provided.
Before you book your cheap car hire Slovenia it's probably worth having a look through some of the things you need to know when planning your holiday and arrangements you need to make.