It is very easy to get around the city on foot, and there is a good public transport system covering the city and all the main suburbs. The most effective means of public transport in Ljubljana is the city bus. The fare is paid by the URBANA card.
You can apply for the subsidised transport at the selling points or you can fill in the Application Form for a subsidised ticket online.
For filling in the online form for subsidised transport you will need a qualified digital certificate. To apply for the qualified digital certificate, you will need a Slovenian tax number and the personal identification number (EMŠO). A Slovenian tax number can be obtained at the Slovene Financial Office, EMŠO is given within the enrolment to the University.
Four providers issue qualified digital certificates in Slovenia. You can find the procedures on how apply for a certificate bellow:
Ljubljana has established a bicycle system called Bicikelj since 2011, with 84 stations and 840 bikes. Bicycles are available all days of the year (24/7); the first hour is for free. When registered and subscribed, you can use it without any limitations. Stations are some 300 to 500 meters apart and connected via terminals. Bicycles weigh 20 kg and have anti-theft and anti-vandalism protection. Stations are easily accessible (near shopping malls, bus stops, and so on) and ideal for overcoming short distances. It is easy to rent and return a bike with this system. You can register into the system weekly or yearly through the website.