Traffic and transport
Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, lies halfway between Vienna and Venice. Road and rail connections have traditionally had good. Not far from the city is Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, the country's main airport.
Tour buses carrying group visitors to Ljubljana can avail themselves of the city's network of drop-off and pick-up zones and two bus parking areas for day parking.
Those wishing to travel on Ljubljana city buses, operated by the Ljubljanski potniški promet (LPP) public utility company, should purchase the Urbana public transport card.
Cycling is a great way to explore Ljubljana and just go with its flow. Tourists and other visitors can hire bicycles as part of the Ljubljana Bike project.
In the centre of Ljubljana you can easily find a vacant taxi. In any case, it is advisable to enquire about the fare before the ride.
The BicikeLJ public bicycle system is available across the wider Ljubljana city centre. Bicycles can be hired practically for free.