Travel by air to Ljubljana
You can travel to Slovenia by air to Jože Pučnik International Airport. Slovenia is connected to many European cities by daily flights. Adria Airways is the Slovenian air carrier and operates direct flights from Vienna, Munich and Amsterdam. Transfer routings are via Frankfurt and Zurich.
Low-cost flight providers are flying from London and Brussels. Other connections are operated by AirFrance, LOT, Finnair, Transavia, Turkish Airlines, AirSerbia.
You can also fly to one of the airports in the neighbouring countries and access Slovenia from there by bus, train or rental car. The airports of Klagenfurt, Austria, 90 km north of Ljubljana, Trieste, Italy, at 120 km, and Zagreb, Croatia, at 140 km, are all within easy reach.
GoOpti – Low cost transfers from other airports
If you want to travel to Ljubljana from Trieste, Klagenfurt, Zagreb, Milan or other cities, the GoOpti service may be useful. On their website you can book transfer services between Ljubljana and numerous airports and cities. Trieste - Ljubljana can be bought from €10, Munich - Ljubljana from €32 and Venice - Ljubljana from €12.
Travel by train
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 and conference venue.
Travel by car
Arriving to Ljubljana by car is easy. Distances to some nearby cities: Trieste (Italy) - 120 km; Venice (Italy) - 242 km; Klagenfurt (Austria) - 90 km; Zagreb (Croatia) – 140 km; Vienna (Austria) - 380 km; Munich (Germany) - 408 km.