In order to use Ljubljana’s extensive public bus network, you must first purchase an Urbana Card. What is an Urbana card, we hear you cry? Available from the Urbanomat machines (the green things next to many bus stops), LPP office, tourist information centres and most of the kiosks and post offices in town. This little yellow card costs €2 and can store up to €50 of credit on it at any time. In order to top it up, you can do so at any of the above mentioned purchases spots. These machines accept both cash and credit and debit cards. Once you’ve topped up your card, using it couldn’t be easier. Simply get on the bus of your choice, touch the card to one of the green card readers at the entrance and €1.30 will be deducted from your card, €1.30 which allows for up to 90 minutes of travel including unlimited transfers. The Urbana works in much the same way as London’s Oyster Card and Paris’ Navigo Pass, at a fraction of the price of course.