|Location||Trg Osvobodilne fronte 6|
|Elevation||289.5 m (950 ft)|
|Owned by||Slovenian Railways|
|Operated by||Slovenian Railways|
|Connections||Bus: Ljubljana Passenger Transport|
|Opened||16 September 1849|
Location within Slovenia
The Ljubljana railway station (Slovene: Železniška postaja Ljubljana) is the principal railway station in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It was completed on 18 April 1848, a year before the South railway, connecting Vienna and Trieste, reached Ljubljana. The building was renovated in 1980 by the architect Marko Mušič.
James Joyce spent a night at Ljubljana railway station on his way to Trieste in October 1904, because he mistakenly thought that he had arrived at his destination. In his honour, a small monument, created by the sculptor Jakov Brdar, was erected at Ljubljana railway station on Bloomsday in 2003. The Slovenian Railway Museum is located nearby. There are plans to renovate the station as part of the Emonika urban project.