TRAVEL TO LJUBLJANA
How to get to Ljubljana? Where is Ljubljana located? Slovenian capital Ljubljana has always had a strategically good position for travelling between Italy, Central Europe and the Balkans. Nowadays it’s easily accessible due to a well developed network of railways and roads. Slovenian airlines Adria Airways supply flights for the Ljubljana Airport, thus connecting the capital with many European cities.
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Ljubljana Train Station
Travel to Ljubljana by Train
Slovenia has a developed network of railways, connecting Ljubljana with Graz and Klagenfurt (Austria) to the North, Trieste (Italy) to the West, Budapest (Hungary) on the East and Zagreb and Belgrade to the South.
Ljubljana’s main train station, simply called “Ljubljana”, is within an easy walk to the city centre. Slovenian Railways are also included in the European Interrail network.
The web site of Slovenian Railways (Slovenske Zeleznice) displays train schedules, also in English.
Travel by Bus
The web site of the Ljubljana Bus Station (Avtobusna postaja Ljubljana) offers timetables for all local bus connections, including the plan of the bus routes.
The ticket office is open daily from about 5.00 or 5.30 till 22.30. For most of the routes you can buy the tickets directly from the driver.
Please have small denomination Euro notes and coins ready.
Distance between international airports and Ljubljana
Brnik (Slovenia) to Ljubljana: 30 km (30 min) Treviso (Italy) to Ljubljana: 230 km (2 h 45 min by car)
Vienna (Austria) to Ljubljana: 380 km (4 h by car) Trieste (Italy) to Ljubljana: 100 km (1,5 h)
Venice (Italy) to Ljubljana: 245 km (3 h by car) Belgrade (Serbia) to Ljubljana: 520 km (5 h)
Budapest (Hungary) to Ljubljana: 465 km (5 h by car) Bologna (Italy) to Ljubljana: 380 km (4 h by car)
Zagreb (Croatia) to Ljubljana: 140 km (2 h by car) Graz (Austria) to Ljubljana: 200 km (2 h 20 min)
Milan (Italy) to Ljubljana: 500 km (5,5 h by car) München (Germany) to Ljubljana: 410 km (4 h 20 min by car)
Getting to and from Ljubljana
Is there a train from Ljubljana to Trieste?
Yes, Ljubljana and Trieste are connected by rail. The train from Ljubljana to Italy runs twice a day and it takes about two hours and a half to get there. One runs to Trst/Trieste and the other one to the Trieste Airport and Videm/Udine and vice versa. The timetable is organized in such a way that passengers from Trieste can continue their way with regional trains to the Ronchi Airport, to Videm/Udine, Pordenone, Treviso and Trbiz/Tarvisio in the direction of Beljak/Villach.