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Hostel Ljubljana, Slovenia – cheap accommodation in the capital of Slovenia – Zeppelin


Owned by TrekTrek, the foremost Slovenian experts on hiking, biking and all things outdoorsy and run by a team of young travelers, Zeppelin Hostel is an excellent place to sleep, hang out and load up on information on Ljubljana and the surroundings.



The daughter of a travel writer and a journalist, she spent a big part of her life backpacking around the world first with her parents and later by herself, sampling just about every type of low-budget accommodation, from beach bungalows in the Philippines to the hell-holes of Delhi, via a sleeping bag on the sand-dunes of the Namib desert, all the while collecting various nicknames along the lines of Bule Tinggi and Tall Lady.

Life goal: sampling every restaurant, food stall and hole-in-the-wall eatery in Asia (I reckon I'm about half way through), and marrying Stephen Fry. Not necessarily in that order.



A psychology student by day and a theatre actress in the evenings, she helps keep the airline industry afloat in these hard times by frequently returning to New York City, her big love and second home. After years of singing and voice lessons she can certainly carry a tune and is quite prone to singing while cleaning the hostel during the day. So don't be alarmed, she might even do special requests if she agrees with your choice.

Life goal: an Academy Award for best actress would be nice sometime in the future, though a Bafta would also do nicely in the meantime.



A devoted traveller, Ales can be found somewhere in between wild bushes of Africa, busy streets of Rio de Janeiro or underground bars of Krakow. In the mean time he is our outdoor specialist in the hostel and  keeps himself busy with exploring the verticality of Slovenian Alps. If you want to know the names of all the 50 climbing routes in Mt. Triglav's north face, ask him.



A scout since childhood, Peter spends most of his free time tramping around forests and hanging off cliffs, except when the inner child (and pyromaniac) kicks in and he ends up burning down his neighbor's vegetable patch while having a go at fire-eating with his friends.

Time permitting, he loves to spend his holidays in a hammock on a tropical beach somewhere in Asia, meeting new people and trying to explain to them why he still has no Facebook.

Staff - Peter