Hotel Trojane

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Trojane 27, Ljubljana, 1222, Slovenia
Hotel Trojane
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Costs 29% less and rated 13% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Trojane Bakery

by Martin_S. about Trojane Bakery

This is the place where everyone stops, it is sort of like that special roadside diner that everyone who passes by stops at becasue of the good stuff there. The Bismarks are fantastic.

Slovenia's answer to Krispy Kreme

by markyg about Trojane cafe

Driving between Ljubljana and Maribor, stop off at the Trojane donut shop and cafe for a nice break from driving. You can't miss it as it is right on the road and there will be about 100 other cars there. One can get fresh, hot donuts (called Krof) to go or can sit in the cafe and enjoy a huge menu that is reasonably prices and tastes good. The menu really has any type of food in Slovenia you can imagine. I ate myself sick trying to try several things, plus eating a couple of Krof's. They are rather substantial (but not as good as Krispy Kreme). Be ware though as it can be crowded and you may have to wait for a table. Just walk in and scout out a table as there is a lot of turn over. Table in the back sport a wonderful view. I believe there may also be a hotel there.

Cuisine and wine

by speedy77

Slovene cuisine is unique and varies from region to region. Various pasta, dough and meat dishes, particularly sausage and salami, are characteristic of the whole country. More than a hundred different types of dumplings are made in Slovenija, while POTICA, a sweet made from rolled pastry stuffed with nuts, raisins and spices, is another speciality. Doughnuts (with tasty fillings) are also very popular - especially at Trojane). In eastern Slovenija, the outstanding dish is the delictable layerd cake PREKMURSKA GIBANICA, best with a fragnant semi-dry or semi-sweet wine from north-eastern or eastern Slovenija. In the Karst, you must try air-dried-ham PROSCIUTTO, which goes very well with a glass of ruby-red TERAN wine. In western Slovenija, meals combine meat, fish and vegetables. This dishes go well with pleasant fresh red wines and a variety of white wines (Zelen, Pikolit, Pinela). The best way to get to know Slovene wines and food is on the one of the ?Slovene wine-roads?, or at wine stalls, called ?Osmica?, where producers offer wines and good food.

Travelling Slovenia

by oja

"Travelogue #1"


Ljubljana – Lasko (via Litija) – Celje – Ptuj

Choose a sunny day, if possible. Of course, sunny days always come in handy, but in this case the sun is particularly desired! Namely, as far as Lasko your way will lead through narrow valleys surrounded by steep hills, and if the weather's gloomy, it can get you seriously depressed. Stop at Lasko and see the wonderful medieval architecture of the old town. Architecture freaks will appreciate the church on the central square which combines different styles, from Romanic through Gothic to Baroque. Climb the Tabor castle, the central wedding spot for couples from the town and around. It's not too high, and the view is nice. Just beneath it there is a small park where deer are kept. Sit down in one of the old town's cafes and have one of the Lasko Brewery's products (for non-drinkers, there is Gren, an alcohol-free beer, mineral water Oda and a variety of ice teas).

Continue your trip past Celje, the third biggest city of Slovenia, whose historical centre with a magnificent castle also provides for a bit of sightseeing. Then continue down the motorway, direction Maribor, drive for a bit more than half an hour and turn right near Slovenska Bistrica (where you'll spot the sign 'Ptuj').

Drive for another thirty minutes, park your car at the edge of town (just over the river Drava) and walk towards the castle perched on the top of the hill. When I say walk, I mean walk really slowly! Take your time to soak in all wonderful details which make the oldest town in Slovenia (founded by Romans about two milleniums ago) so unique. The statue of Orpheus in front of the St. George church. The Dominican monastery on the Northwest corner of the town. The Minorite monastery on the Southeast corner. The Town Hall. The Drava Tower, the remaining part of the former city fortress, which now hosts the gallery of France Mihelic, one of the most important Slovenian painters. And of course, the Castle itself, a millennium-old building and the ultimate romantic spot. It has its own museum, where archaeological findings from the early medieval period are kept. If you don't feel like chasing old buildings all around, just opt for browsing and you can't go wrong. If you still have some time left, check the nearby Ptujska gora with its pilgrim church, famous for the gorgeous Gothic statue of Madonna. On the way back, head straight for Ljubljana motorway, stop at Trojane and taste the reputedly best doughnuts of the country. Don't worry, you can't miss it, it's marked by a huge doughnut sign!

If you're staying in Maribor, turn the trip upside down: start with Ptuj and finish in Lasko.

Forum Posts

Trojane Hotel

by breenalison

Has anyone stayed at the Trojane Hotel or know anything about it? We are two ladies visiting Ljubljana in October and we are looking for a centrally located hotel at a reasonable price and this looks interesting, or any other suggestions please?

RE: Trojane Hotel

by si_info

Here is a map which shows where Trojane Hotel is located (37 Km from Ljubljana):

If you will be there, you must check out the Trojane doughnut:

You can contact them at:

How do you plan to travel, will you rent a car?

For other information about Slovenia check out:

RE: Trojane Hotel

by breenalison

Thanks for that, its further out than I thought but we might have a day trip there. I'll look for something more central I think.

RE: Trojane Hotel

by agalnamedsue

use to be a hotel europa and anaother one on titova cesta but i forgotits name. both right in town about three blocks from train station.

RE: RE: Trojane Hotel

by si_info

Right in the centre of Ljubljana are:

Other hotels in the centre are four and five stars:


by NatalieAttard

Hi All,
I will be travelling to Slovenia from Vienna next September. I will be staying there for 7 days. Is it too long to spend in Slovenia or no? Can anyone please suggest some places of interest ?


Re: Sightseeing

by Patje

7 day's is to short for Slovenia.
Postojna and skocjan caves is a good place to visit, also Triglav park.
Dovje is the place to be, make contact with Vt member "jmarkoos"


Re: Sightseeing

by mikelisaanna

We spent five days in Slovenia last summer and ran out of time to see everything that we wanted to see. It is a beautiful country and worth spending a week, particularly if you like scenery and nature. Feel free to visit our Slovenia pages on Virtual Tourist.

Re: Sightseeing

by mazid

Like people sad before.
If you will travel to Celje or Maribor, don´t forget to stop in Trojane, where they have the best donut´s I eate. And in Bled you shoud go to so called kremsnita in bled. It is made of all natural ingridients.

Re: Sightseeing

by Grazina

Go to they should take care of you while your there when it comes to places to see.

Driving in Slovenia

by delnero80

We will be driving mid-week in Slovenia in September. Does anyone know how long it takes from thelocations below to the other? Hours, kilometers, or miles would be fine. Thanks!


RE: RE: Driving in Slovenia

by delnero80

Thank you, that is a great website.

RE: Driving in Slovenia

by gromovnik

While I am more closely to Ljubljana I can tell you driving times using highway for that locations:
Vienna-LJ 5h
Salzburg-LJ 3h
Portoroz-LJ 1,5h
I never travelled in direction Ptuj-LJ but it should be around 2h

And beware while there are many highways under construction you can experince some traffic jams during peak hours (over Trojane you have few km jams every day).

RE: RE: Driving in Slovenia

by ant1606

I was in Slovenia on a motorcycle tour in 2002. It was raining cats and dogs, non-stop driving times herebelow are indicative.
Ljubliana - Ptuj (via Celje) about 1.5 hours - some 100 Km
Ljubliana - Portoroz about 1 hour - some 80 Km
Nice country. Have fun.



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