By air

The main international airports in Slovenia is Ljubljana Airport (LJU).

The national carrier Adria Airways offers flights from many European countries to Slovenia. Adria Airways destinations include: Albania (Tirana), Austria (Vienna), Belgium (Brussels), Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo), Denmark (Copenhagen), France (Paris), Germany (Frankfurt, Munich), Greece (Athens), Ireland (Dublin), Kosovo (Pristina), Macedonia (Skopje, Ohrid), Montenegro (Podgorica), Netherlands (Amsterdam), Poland (Warsaw), Romania (Bucharest), Russia (Moscow), Spain (Madrid, Barcelona), Sweden (Stockholm), Switzerland (Zurich), Turkey (Istanbul), Ukraine (Kiev) and the United Kingdom (London, Manchester).

Other airlines that offer flights to Slovenia include: Air France, CSA, easyJet, Finnair, JAT Airways, Malev, Montenegro Airlines and Turkish Airlines.

Ljubljana Airport: www.lju-airport.si
Adria Airways schedules: www.adria-airways.com

By sea

The main sea port is Koper. There are ferry and catamaran services to Slovenia from Italy and Croatia run by Venezia Lines and Ustica Lines.

Luka Koper: www.luka-kp.si
Venezia Lines schedules: www.venezialines.com
Ustica Lines schedules: www.usticalines.it

By bus

Getting to Slovenia by bus from neighbouring country is easy. There are frequent coach services from Hungary, Italy, Austria, Croatia, Germany, France, Belgium Serbia and Montenegro.

By train

Slovenia has direct rail connections with Austria, Italy and Croatia.

By car

The main border crossings of Slovenia are:
Lazaret, Skofije, Kozina, Fernetici, Nova Gorica, Robic, Uceja, Predel, and Ratece (Italian border);
Korensko Sedlo, Ljubelj, Jezersko, Holmec, Vic, Radlji od Dravi, Jurij, Sentilj, Trate, Gederovci, Gornja Radgona, and Kuzma (Austrian border);
Hodos (Hungarian border);
Rupa (Croatian border).


By bus

Major cities have bus networks. Tickets – plastic tokens – can be bought on board, from kiosks and post offices.

By taxi

Taxis are inexpensive. They can be ordered by phone, found at taxi ranks or hailed in the street. Not all of the vehicles are equipped with taximeters.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. Foreigners need an International Driving Permit and their driving licence. Drivers must also have third-party insurance documents and car registration documents. The maximum alcohol level is 0.05%. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Children under 12 and shorter than 150 cm must travel in child seats. Speed limits: built-up areas – 50 km/h, outside built-up areas – 90 km/h, dual carriageways 100 km/h, motorways – 130 km/h. A warning triangle and a reflective vest are obligatory. In winter (from 15 November to 15 March) winter tyres or snow chains are compulsory. The use of dipped headlights is obligatory at all times.