Arrival in Slovenia
The visas have to be applied for before beginning one’s journey at the appropriate consulate or at the Slovenian embassy in the participant’s country. (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine)
Airport Ljubljana-Jože Pučnik (www.lju-airport.si ) is 23 km away from the city centre. On the web page of the airport you find an entire flight schedule of the line flights of all airlines for the respective season and a lot of further information.
Adriatic Airways, the national air transport company of Slovenia (www.adria-airways.com) pursues about 200 direct line flights from Ljubljana to more than 20 destinations in Europe.
The number of the cheap flight suppliers who lead Ljubljana in her program grows. New lines are announced for 2007-2008.
Other airports not far from Ljubljana, offer likewise good possibilities: Maribor in Slovenia, Klagenfurt and Graz in Austria, Trieste in Italy, Zagreb and Rijeka in Croatia. A bit further there are the airports of Venice and Vienna, having a good train connection with Ljubljana.
Road system of Slovenia was strongly modernized in last decade. The highways are complemented with a well developed net of main and regional streets.
Amsterdam 1,230 km Budapest 570 km
Belgrade 540 km Berlin 995 km
Brussels 1,180 km Frankfurt 800 km
London 1,490 km Madrid 2,040 km
Milan 500 km Moscov 2,290 km
Munich 400 km Paris 1,250 km
Prague 650 km Rome 750 km
Stockholm 2,080 km Venice 240 km
Vienna 375 km Zagreb 135 km
Zurich 710 km
The Slovenian rail net is wide-branched out, well organised and connected to all European countries.