How to Get to Ljubljana
Traveling to Slovenia by plane is the most convenient way of reaching our country. The international airport is only thirty minutes away from Ljubljana.
Besides direct daily flights to and from many European cities, low-cost providers like EasyJet and Wizz Air fly from Slovenia’s main international airport Jože Pučnik to London and Brussels. Shuttles and taxis will take you from and to the airport for a very reasonable price.
You can also fly to a nearby foreign airport and access Slovenia from there by bus, train, or rental car:
Zagreb airport, Croatia (ZAG) – 150 km, 1.5 h car drive
Venice airport, Italy (VCE) – 230 km, 2.5 h car drive
Vienna airport, Austria (VIE) – 390 km, 4 h car drive
Munich airport, Germany (MUC) – 430 km, 4.5 h car drive
Ljubljana is well-connected with neighboring countries in terms of train transit. The Central Train Station is located in the city center and has railroad connections to cities like Vienna, Trieste, Zürich, Prague, Zagreb, Budapest, and more.
There are many affordable bus providers in Slovenia, including Flixbus, Nomago, and even Florentia Bus. Besides taking you to every corner of the country, you can also catch a coach from multiple foreign cities to take you to Ljubljana.
The optimal way of traveling to and around Slovenia is by using its modern system of motorways and regional roads. Signposted and well-maintained, Slovenian roads are pleasant to drive upon, even the local narrower and winding ones.
Renting a car is convenient due to numerous car-rental services in most major towns. Motorways require a mandatory vignette sticker, but the rental shops usually provide it for you. Ljubljana is not a very big city, so visiting by car is not complicated. You only have to remember to drive in the right lane. In case of any additional questions regarding your arrival, you can contact us, and we will assist you.