Currency exchange can be executed in private currency exchange offices, as well as in banks and post offices. The most profitable rates of currency exchange are offered in the offices located in close vicinity to railway station as the exchange fee is not charged there. The bank institutions may charge up to 1% of the total exchange sum for transaction. In the post offices the commission may reach up to 5%.
The city has adopted the cashless transfer system. The large restaurants, banks and filling stations accept international credit cards. One will need cash for local market places as well as for small budgetary cafes and restaurants.
The city is highly recommended to be cruised on foot as in such a way one will have a chance to visit all the significant landmarks and sights of the place and fully embrace the beauty and majesty of Ljubljana. The drivers should take into account that cars are not allowed in some parts of the city.
Banks and other government facilities are open from 00 and work till 100 in the evening. Lunchtime is possible during the day. Commonly it lasts not longer than an hour and a half. Saturday is considered to be a shortened working day, meanwhile Sunday is a day off.
Traditionally the tips of 10% of total order sum are given in the restaurants and cafes featuring excellent service. Despite of this procedure to be not obligatory the tipping is considered to be good style.