HOW TO GET TO SLOVENIA: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
International Flights: Slovenia has three international airports, Ljubljana, Maribor and Portoroz, but the only truly functioning airport is that of the capital Ljubljana. Slovenia’s most important airport is the Ljubljana Jože Pučnik airport, which is located about 20 km north of the country’s capital. Ljubljana is connected by regular flights with some European capitals. The airline with the most flights is the Slovenian flag carrier Adria Airways. Another solution to reach Slovenia is to fly to Trieste, which is located just 50 km from Ljubljana.
HOW TO GET TO SLOVENIA: FERRIES
The traffic of ferries to Slovenia is rather low, the most important ports are those of Koper (Capodistria), Piran (Pirano) and Portorož (Portorose).
International Transport: The only connections are with Italy and with Croatia. Slovenian ports are connected, usually exclusively in summer, with the Italian cities of Venice (Venezia Lines) and Trieste (Trieste Lines) and with the Croatian ones of Porec (Parenzo) and Rovinj (Rovigno).
HOW TO GET TO SLOVENIA: TRAINS
International Transport: The country is well served by a discreet network of railway connections that connect it with neighboring countries.
Internal Transport: The Slovenian railway network extends over 1,000 km in length. The connections between the big cities are quite efficient, while the same can be said of those that connect the smaller towns.
HOW TO GET TO SLOVENIA: BUS
International Transport: The country is well served by efficient bus connections with neighboring countries.
Internal Transport: Bus connections are frequent, the Slovenian bus network connects distant locations across the country. The main bus station in Ljubljana is located near the railway station.
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