Camping Card International

  • The Camping Card International ( is available free from local automobile clubs, local camping federations such as the UK’s Caravan Club ( and sometimes on the spot at selected campgrounds.
  • They incorporate third-party insurance for damage you may cause, and many campgrounds in Slovenia offer discounts of 5% or 10% if you sign in with one.
  • For a list, contact the Caravaning Club Slovenije (CCS;

Hostel Card

  • No hostel in Slovenia requires you to be a Hostelling International (HI) cardholder or a member of a related association, but they sometimes offer a discount if you are.
  • Hostelling International Slovenia in Maribor sells hostel cards for those aged up to 15 (€5.50), 16 to 29 (€7.50) and over 30 (€9.20). A family card costs €18.

Student, Youth & Teacher Cards

  • The International Student Identity Card (€12.20; provides bona fide students with many discounts on certain forms of transport and cheap admission to museums and other sights.
  • If you’re aged under 26 but not a student, you can apply for ISIC’s International Youth Travel Card (IYTC; €112.20) or the Euro<26 card (€19) issued by the European Youth Card Association (EYCA;, both of which offer the same discounts as the student card.
  • Teachers can apply for the International Teacher Identity Card (ITIC; €15).