Transport around Slovenia
Slovenia is in the middle between Croatia, Austria, Italy and Hungary. It is also in Schengen area, so you can easy come in the country from the neighboring countries. You have different options how to come to Slovenia.
By car around Slovenia
Slovenia has the highway cross. For driving on the motorway you need vignettes. You can buy the vignettes in every petrol station. In the slovenian cities the parking is more or less payable.
Travel time by car from the slovenian capital Ljubljana to:
-Zagreb 140km….1h45 min
Slovenian railway is very good organized and punctual. You can get many discounts, specially on the weekend and public holidays. One option is ticket which called IZLETka. It costs 15 Euro and with this you can travel an unlimited number of journeys on Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays in the Republic of Slovenia. Or you can take advantage of the Tourist Weekend offer and get 30% off fares for return journey on weekend and public holidays.
Every day you can come to Slovenia by bus from the different european cities. To the capital you can buy ticket online. You can choose also fast lines between cities.
From the capital of Slovenia you can go by Flixbus to the many cities and airports around Europe for low price.
In every bigger slovenian city you have public bus. In capital it is LPP.
Get in from the airport
There are officially 3 airports but 99 % of flights go to Ljubljana airport. It called Jože Pučnik airport and it is 26km from the capital. Because Slovenia is small country so you can also come to one of the neighbor airports (Venice, Trieste, Zagreb, Vienna, Klagenfurt). To/from Venice (Treviso) you have also different low cost flights.
From airport to the any of Slovenian cities you can use affordable, reliable and professional transfer, Goopti.
Because Slovenian cities are relatively small you can rent a bike and by its reach almost everything in the city. In Ljubljana you can find BicikeLJ which offer rent a bike at one station and returning it at another station. It is cheap, healthy and green transportation. Many Slovenian cities have tidy bike lanes.