Participants are required to make their own travel arrangements. However, basic information on how to reach Ljubljana is provided below.
The country’s main “Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (Ljubljana Airport)” is located 26 kilometres from the city, 25 minutes away by car. The airport is served by the following airlines: AirSERBIA (Belgrade, Niš), Air France (Paris-Charles De Gaulle) , Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich), Swiss International Air Lines (Zurich), Aeroflot (Moscow-Sheremetyevo), Montenegro Airlines (Podgorica), LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw), Turkish Airlines (Istanbul New), Finnair (Helsinki), Brussels Airlines (Brussels), Transavia (Amsterdam), EL AL Israel Airlines (Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion), and also two low-fare carriers easyJet (London, Berlin) and Wizz Air (London, Brussels).
From Ljubljana Airport to Ljubljana:
- Public bus operates on the line Airport-Ljubljana bus station and runs about every 3 hours. The journey takes 45 minutes, the cost is around 4 EUR and you buy your tickets directly from the driver.
- Taxi from the airport costs about 35 EUR.
- Shuttles: GoOpti, Nomago, ZUP Prevozi (cost about 9 EUR).
Find more information on transportation from the airport to the city.Transfer services FLIXBUS, GoOpti, Nomago and iGOline are by far the most convenient way to reach Ljubljana from other nearby airports or cities in Italy, Austria, Croatia, Hungary or Germany. You are offered a transport from a location of your choosing directly to the symposium venue, hotel, or Ljubljana central bus/train station, therefore saving you the trouble of further travel arrangements.
- Klagenfurt (Austria) - 90 km from Ljubljana (travel time 1h)
- Trieste/Ronchi (Italy) - 120 km from Ljubljana (travel time 1.5h)
- Zagreb (Croatia) - 150km from Ljubljana (travel time 2h)
- Graz (Austria) - 200 km from Ljubljana (travel time 2.5h)
- Venice/Marco Polo (Italy) - 230 km from Ljubljana (travel time 3h)
Ljubljana is an important railroad junction and can be reached by trains from all major European cities. The railway station is within walking distance of the city centre. Slovenia is well connected also by rail with neighbouring countries and is also a part of Eurail Global Pass. For more information click here.
Travelling by car you can get the latest traffic updates on Slovenian roads here. Driving on motorways in Slovenia requires a valid vignette, or drivers face heavy fines. Vignettes are sold at petrol stations in Slovenia and neighbouring countries and at branches of the national and foreign automobile clubs, at post offices and at some kiosks. To help plan your journey, we advise you to visit ViaMichelin or Google Maps.