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Traffic and transport

Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, lies between Vienna and Venice, not far away from the Adriatic Sea. Its city region has always lain at the intersection of important transport routes leading from northern Europe to the Adriatic Sea and from western to eastern Europe and further on to the Balkans and the Near East. Road and rail connections have traditionally had good. Not far from the city is Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, the country's main airport.  

  • Getting to Ljubljana by air

    Getting to Ljubljana by air

    Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport is located 26 kilometres to Ljubljana (20 minutes by road).

  • Getting to Ljubljana by road

    Getting to Ljubljana by road

    Ljubljana is located at the crossroads of Slovenia's most important road routes. Motorway access from any of the neighbouring countries is very easy.

  • Getting to and around Ljubljana by bus

    Getting to and around Ljubljana by bus

    Ljubljana is well connected by bus to most parts of Europe. Public bus services within the city are operated by the Ljubljanski potniški promet (LPP) company.

  • Ljubljana Bike

    Ljubljana Bike

    In the summer and early autumn months (1 April - 31 October), bicycles can be hired in the Ljubljana Bike project, led by the Ljubljana Tourism.

  • Parking

    Parking

    Information on parking in Ljubljana: short-term parking areas, a list of large car parks, illegal parking, etc.

  • Getting to Ljubljana by train

    Getting to Ljubljana by train

    International railway connections to Ljubljana are good. Railway is also a convenient means of transport within Slovenia as distances within the country are mainly short.

  • Car Hire in Ljubljana

    Car Hire in Ljubljana

    Check out the services of the car rental companies in Ljubljana, find the best deal, and book a car online.

  • Bicike(LJ) self-service bicycle hire scheme

    Bicike(LJ) self-service bicycle hire scheme

    A self-service bicycle hire scheme, known as Bicike(LJ), covers the wider city centre area. The first hour is free!

  • Taxi

    Taxi

    General information on taxi prices in Ljubljana and its surrounding areas, and a list of taxi companies operating in the city.

  • Other means of transport

    Other means of transport

    To make it easier for people to run errands and do sightseeing in the car-free city centre area, there are several interesting transport options, from boats on the river Ljubljanica to an electric vehicle known as Kavalir (Gallant Helper).