Ljubljana experiences temperate climate with four distinctive seasons over the year. The city experiences hot summer, cold winters, pleasant spring and wet autumns. To be specific, the seasons are divided in the following ways:
Summer: This season continues from June to August. The temperature rises up to 30 degree Celsius in the month of July and August. Most of the city gets baked in this high temperature while the Alphine North West region of Slovenia maintains pleasant climate, making it perfect for enjoying hiking and walking activities.
Autumn: This season continues from September to November. In the beginning of September, the temperature drops down to 20 degree Celsius making the waters of the sea warm enough to take a dip in the morning hours.
Winter: It starts from December and continues till February. During this season, the weather becomes bitterly cold making it unbearable for people to come outside the house. This season is also accompanied with occasional snowfall.
Spring: This season starts from March and continues till May. During this season, the ice on the mountain starts melting making the waterfalls into gushing currents. The valleys get covered with full bloomed colored flowers.
All these seasons make Ljubljana a favorable city to pay visit in any time of the year. Still if you are wondering which season to pick, summer can be considered as the best time to visit Ljubljana. If you are not in favor of crowd, autumn can be considered as another option.