Organised groups (up to 37 persons) may visit the National Assembly on working days at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. or 2 p.m.. You may apply by using the online form. The tour of the National Assembly is free of charge.
The mandatory online form must include the following information: the name of the group or institution booking the tour, the chosen date (year, month, day) and time of the tour, the approximate number of visitors, and the name and mobile phone number of the contact person accompanying the group.
You will receive a confirmation e-mail as soon as possible.
The National Assembly's activities have priority over other events, i.e. over tours and visits; therefore we may cancel the already booked guided tour even on the day of the visit. The dates are distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The National Assembly may allow a maximum of two groups at the same time. You may check the schedule of National Assembly's activities (events) for available dates.
There are no guided tours during plenary sessions (see the annual work programme of the National Assembly), while sessions may be viewed from the balcony of the Great Hall. Official delegations are excepted from the above rule.
There are no tours of the National Assembly during parliamentary recess, i.e. between 15 July and 1 September, and between 20 December and 10 January.
A list of the names and surnames of all visitors and their ID numbers must be submitted on the organiser’s letterhead no later than 5 days before the arranged tour.
Any change is to be notified to the Public Relations Office.
The groups entering the National Assembly's building need to report to the National Assembly's Reception Desk.
The group leader must print the previously sent visitor’s list, updated on the day of arrival, on the institution’s letterhead, tick each visitor (accompanying persons included) before undergoing X-ray security check, and strike through the names of the persons who are absent. By signing the updated list, the group leader guarantees that the list of the visitors fully complies with the group they are accompanying. After security check, the signed list is submitted to Reception Desk or Security staff.
All National Assembly's visitors need to undergo a security (x-ray) check upon entering the building; bags and personal belongings must be put on the conveyor belt, and metal objects removed from the pockets and clothing and put into the plastic container.
The security check does not damage cameras and does not affect cardiac pacemakers.
After security check, each visitor is given the sticker ‘Obiskovalec’ (Visitor) which needs to be visibly displayed at all times. The visitors are not allowed to move freely around the building.
Guided tours are conducted by employees of the National Assembly in Slovene, Serbian and English. The tours last from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the work of the National Assembly and the expressed interest and time of the visitors. During the tour, tour guides usually present the fresco ‘The History of the Slovene Nation since settlement…’ by Slavko Pengov running along the walls in the lobby of the Great Hall and the history of the National Assembly's building, while the Great Hall can be viewed from the balcony. In the balcony or in the lobby of the balcony, the tour guide will explain the functioning of the National Assembly.
All visitors must observe the National Assembly's House Rules.
During guided tours, photography and recording is possible in the lobby of the Great Hall and from the balcony of the Great Hall, while at the time of plenary sessions photography is allowed from the balcony only during the photo session, i.e. during the first 15 minutes of the session.
Smoking is not allowed in any indoor area of the National Assembly.
Parking in front of the National Assembly is not possible (the Tivoli car parking is recommended), while buses may stop in front of the National Assembly's building or opposite the National Assembly on Šubičeva Street to allow the passengers get off and on the bus.
Public Relations Office of the National Assembly
Gordana Vrabec, phone: + 386 1 478 9788, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOKING A TOUR
Tours must be applied for in advance by using the online form.
The National Assembly's activities have priority over other events.
Visitors must undergo a security check upon entering the building.
Visitors must observe the National Assembly's House Rules.
Photography and recording is allowed during the tour, except when the parliament sits.
Information for persons with disabilities.
Parking in front of the National Assembly is not allowed.
Take a virtual tour of the National Assembly's building before the visit.