Slovenia is one of the safest places you can visit.
The biggest danger you're likely to face is falling into a pretty lake because you were to distracted by the peaceful backdrop of the snowy Alps.
But, here are a few general tips to make sure you travel safely in Slovenia.
Violent crime is very low, and decreasing.
Robberies, however, are a persistent problem, and most of it is opportunistic: burglaries, pick-pocketing and purse-snatching.
Like anywhere else, it pays to have some wits about you when walking in crowded, tourist areas or taking public transport.
A bigger problem is car break-ins and theft.
If you can't secure your car in a hotel or residential garage, park in a well-lit area with plenty of pedestrian traffic.
Use anti-theft devices whenever possible and don't leave valuables in plain sight.
Taxis might also present a problem.
In general, most taxis are clean and safe, the drivers honest and reliable.
But there have been reports of cabs at the airport or main railway station in Ljubljana overcharging tourists. Always ask about the rate before getting in and insist the driver use the meter.
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Driving in Slovenia is a breeze. The roads are generally good, well marked, and traffic outside the cities is light. But regulations on drivers are strict and you can be stung with a hefty fine if you don't follow them.