Ljubljana has a whole lot of sustainable mobility solutions. In 2012, they closed the city centre for motorized vehicles. Instead, people hop on bikes. All cyclists can enjoy the free Bicike bike sharing network. Also, electric powered vehicles (called Kavalir) can be hailed for a free ride.
The city is also home to 161 bird species, 86 of them are in danger. We can imagine these birds make themselves comfy in one of Ljubljana’s preserved green spaces. There are four nature parks, one of them is the Ljubljana Moors Nature Park, UNESCO World Heritage and one of the new remaining ecosystems of its kind in Europe.
Even though the Green Capital award is already theirs, Ljubljana still is super ambitious. By 2020 the city plans to reduce CO emissions by 30%. Uhuh, this city is truly setting Europe’s new standards here. Okay, who’s planning a trip?!