The Camping Card International (www.campingcardinternational.com) is available free from local automobile clubs, local camping federations such as the UK’s Caravan Club (www.caravanclub.co.uk) 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; www.ccs-si.com).
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.
The International Student Identity Card (€12.20; www.isic.org) 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; www.eyca.org), both of which offer the same discounts as the student card.
Teachers can apply for the International Teacher Identity Card (ITIC; €15).