Ljubljana listed among 8 of the world’s most sustainable cities by Lonely Planet!
The world’s largest publisher of travel guides, Lonely Planet, has put Ljubljana on the list of the eight most sustainable cities in the world, along with Copenhagen, Portland, Singapore, Lisbon, Bengalore, Vancouver and San Francisco.
January 5, 2021
Lonely Planet’s writer Emma Sparks praised over 10 hectares of Ljubljana city centre dedicated to pedestrians. She also writes: “Slovenia is known for it pristine countryside – but even its capital offers visitors a breath of fresh air. Liveable Ljubljana is extremely clean and increasingly green.”
Ljubljana is also the first European Capital to commit to the Zero Waste goal.
Petra Stušek, the director of Visit Ljubljana, says that sustainability remains to be of key advantages in relaunching urban tourism in Slovenian capital.
Read the full article by Lonely Planet HERE!
Find out also about Ljubljana’s first zero-waste grocery shop!