Travel to Slovenia
Slovenia's national airline, Adria Airways practically offers regular schedule flights to most major European cities. Ljubljana's Brnik airport LJU Ljubljana is linked to Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Zurich, Brussels, Paris, Barcelona, London, Dublin, Manchester, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Moscow, Split, Skopje, Sarajevo, Ohrid, Tirana, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina and others.
The Malev, the Hungarian national airline flies also daily from Budapest to Ljubjana.
The cheap easyJet and Wizz Air flight from London Stansted, London Luton and Brussels to Ljubjana.
Finally, convenient gateway especially to western Slovenia is via Italy's Trieste airport which is about an hour's drive from Ljubljana via super highway. Klagenfurt, in Austria, is also an option.
Perfect way to get to know a country if you visit it by car. Slovenia has an excellent highway network connected to neighboring countries(Italy, Austria, Hungary or Croatia), or you can rent a car in one of our car rental agencies. Beside the clearly signposted roads you will find rest stops, inns with overnight accommodation, and motels.
381,35 km or 82% of of the 464,7 km of motorways and expressways are toll roads In Slovenia. On Slovene toll roads the toll is paid directly - in the classic way or electronically, by means of the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) for Toll Category I (R1) vehicles, within the so-called "open" and "closed" toll road system. More information about the toll roads and toll-prices: DARS - Motorways Company in the Republic of Slovenia
Slovenia is excellently connected to all its neighbors by train. The main train routes into Slovenia come from Salzburg (four to five hours away), but even popular routes connect from Wien in Austria (in good weather, this journey across the Julian Alps is spectacular, six hours), from Venice and Trieste(three hours) in Italy, from Budapest in Hungary and from Zagreb (two to three hours) in Croatia. But the trains between Amsterdam and Ljubljana take 18 hours.Train travel is convenient and inexpensive.
It is also possible to reach Slovenia from neighbouring countries, especially from Italy by bus. Buses travel between Slovenia and Italy daily, using Nova Gorica in Slovenia as the easiest exit and entry point. Koper (Capodistria) also has good bus connections with Italy: some 17 buses a day go to and from Trieste, 21km (13mi) to the northeast. It's also easy to travel by bus to and from Hungary, Croatia, Austria and Serbia-Montenegro. The international bus transport is well organized and relatively inexpensive.
The Ljubljana Bus Station (Avtobusna Postaja Ljubljana) provides composite information about international and airport bus services.
From mid-April and until mid-October on weekends catamarans sail between Venice and Izola (one of Slovenia's Adriatic coast towns).
Vessels arriving in the territorial waters of Slovenia from abroad may land only at the docks of the international border crossings in Koper (Capodistria), Piran and in Izola (seasonal border crossing). Upon mooring the vessel, the vessel, its crew, and the passengers must be registered with the border authorities. The following documents are needed for the procedure: the original documents for the vessel (proof of ownership of the vessel or authorization for its use), the captain's certificate of qualification to operate the vessel and identity documents of people on the vessel.