Traveling to Slovenia
Slovenia's national carrier Adria Airways offers regular schedule flights to most major European cities. Ljubljana is linked to Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Zurich, Brussels, Paris, Barcelona, London, Dublin, Manchester, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Moscow, Split, Skopje, Sarajevo, and others.
You can reach Slovenia via one of the border crossings with Italy, Austria, Hungary or Croatia, or you can rent a car in one of our car rental agencies. British driving licence with a photograph is valid in Slovenia. Please make sure that you carry a driver's licence, registration and insurance documents at all times. All these documents must be originals. Check the validity of your driving licence.
Toll stickers/Vignettes: Please note that toll stickers are mandatory for all vehicles under 3.5 tones weight. Slovenian motorways can be used with weekly, monthly and yearly vignettes, and half-year vignette, valid with motorcycles only. Vignettes can be purchased at petrol stations in Slovenia and neighbouring countries, at offices of the national motoring organisation and foreign motoring organisations, at post offices in Slovenia and at some news kiosks. For more information consult the list of points of sale. For more information on the vignette toll system visit our toll roads operator â€“ DARS d.d. - web sites (www.dars.si).
Almost every important tourist destination is served by modern and comfortable trains. Connections abroad are also excellent: you can come to Slovenia on direct lines from Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and Serbia. Train travel is convenient and inexpensive. For more information please visit the Slovenian Railway webpage http://www.slo-zeleznice.si/en/passengers.
Vessels arriving in the territorial waters of Slovenia from abroad may land only at the docks of the international border crossings in Koper, Piran and in Izola (seasonal border crossing). For more information please visit: STO: Maritime Travel