Since 2007, the currency in Slovenia is the euro, and coins and banknotes in circulation are exactly the same as in the rest of the eurozone. Due to the introduction of the euro as the official currency of Slovenia, prices have unfortunately gone up by around 20-30%. A roughly weekly stay in Slovenia in a strongly reduced (cheaper) version costs around 400 euro. For the same rest in slightly better conditions we will pay about 700 euro. However, staying in comfortable conditions will cost us around 930 euro per week. Even more luxuries can be expected if we spend over 1800 euro on holidays in Slovenia.
How much money to take to Slovenia for a holiday?
The monthly amount needed to live in the capital – Ljubljana is almost 1000 euro for two. This country in 1/10 is living on tourism revenues, which is why it is more expensive in attractive places and well-known places. Slovenia is still a cheaper country than nearby Italy or even such popular Croatia. Despite the many attractions that this small country offers, it is still not such a crowded place, because the competition in this region is considerable.