Slovenia can be reached by air, road and rail. The flight time from the major European hubs is mostly less than two hours.
The main international airport is Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport, www.lju-airport.si, located 25 km from Ljubljana and currently served by around 250 direct scheduled flights per week, with a high share operated by Adria Airways, the national airline of Slovenia and a member of the Star Alliance. There are also some airports across our borders within reasonable reach of Ljubljana.
Trieste, Italy (130 km to Ljubljana) Venice Marco Polo, Italy (230 km to Ljubljana) Graz, Austria (187 km to Ljubljana) Klagenfurt, Austria (85 km to Ljubljana) Zagreb, Croatia (140 km to Ljubljana)
TRANSFER FROM THE AIRPORTS
(Ljubljana, Trieste, Venice, Zagreb, Vienna and others)
Organisers recommend you to use the GO.OPTI transfer service, that should be booked in advance. Please use the following link to IVS 2016 airport transfer service reservation.
Persons wishing to enter Slovenia must have a relevant travel document. EU/EEA citizens do not need a passport, only a valid identity card.
Non-EU citizens wishing to enter the Republic of Slovenia need a valid passport and a visa or residence permit, unless otherwise stipulated by law or international agreement.