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.
- from Villach, Austria: E651
- from Klagenfurt, Austria: E652/E61
- from Graz, Austria: E57/E59
- from Trieste, Italy: E61/E70
- from Zagreb, Croatia: E70
- from Budapest, Hungary: E57/E71
Road tax vignettes
Road tax vignettes must be purchased for the use of Slovenian motorways, including the Ljubljana bypass. The roads where the vignette is required are marked by special vignette signs. Vignettes can be purchased at petrol stations located in the border areas of Slovenia's neighbouring countries, at petrol stations, post offices and most newspaper kiosks in Slovenia, and at branch offices of the Automobile Association of Slovenia (AMZS) and other automobile clubs.
- €15.00 for a weekly vignette for personal vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes
- €30.00 for a monthly vignette for personal vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes
- €110.00 for an annual vignette for personal vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes
- €7.50 for a weekly vignette for motorcycles
- €30.00 for a half-year vignette for motorcycles
- €55.00 for an annual vignette for motorcycles
An exception are double-track motor vehicles (with or without a trailer) whose height above the front axle is 1.3 metres or more and whose maximum gross weight does not exceed 3,500 kilograms. Those driving on Slovenian motorways without a vignette are liable to a fine from €300 to €800
For more information, please visit the DARS website.
The Traffic Information Centre for Public Roads collects and provides information on traffic and road conditions in Slovenia.
T: 1970 or +386 (0)1 518 85 18
W: Traffic Information Centre for Public Roads
AMZS, the Slovenian national automobile association, provides roadside assistance, car towing services and car repair services 24 hours, seven days a week.More information:
T: +386 (0)1 530 53 00