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Getting to Slovenia


Slovenia lies at the crossroads of several major European roads: the roads going from Vienna and Graz toward Trieste and Milan and the roads going from Munich and Salzburg toward Zagreb. You can enter Slovenia with your car via one of the border crossings with Italy, Austria, Hungary or Croatia. We are connected to neighbouring countries by 64 international border crossings.More


Now that Slovenia has joined the European Union, foreign bus companies registered in the EU no longer need a special transit pass for Slovenia. More



Slovenia is well-connected with neighbouring countries by train. You can get here using direct trains from all adjacent countries (Italy, Austria, Hungary ancd Croatia) as well as from Germany, Switzerland, Yugoslavia and Macedonia. More


Slovenia has three international airports: Ljubljana, Maribor in Portorož /Portorose. Most international air traffic is concentrated at Ljubljana Airport, from where regular flights are available to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Istanbul, Dublin, Vienna, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Moscow, Manchester, Munich, Ohrid, Paris, Podgorica, Priština, Rome, Prague, Sarajevo, Skopje, Split, Tirana, Zürich and Tel Aviv. More


In Slovenian territorial waters, ships may land only at the international border crossing ports in Piran and Koper (from May to October, landing is also permitted in Izola). The ship, crew and passengers must be reported to the border authorities after landing. More