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Trnovski Pristan 8, Ljubljana, 1000, Slovenia
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Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

Could you please tell me the cheapest way to get from the airport to our hotel, it's the M Hotel.
Thank you
Jill
Brisbane

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by mircaskirca

The cheapest and comfortable way to get from the airport to the city is door-to-door shuttle.

http://www.prevozi-markun.com/en/

Enjoy Ljubljana!

mira

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by leics

Actually, the cheapest way would be to take the airport bus (around 45 minute, the journey itself being a pleasant introduction to Slovenia) then walk to your hotel.

Timetable in English here:

http://www.lju-airport.si/eng/vsebina.asp?IDM=100

Bus waits outside Arrivals and stops outside Ljubljana station. The site quotes fares at 4.10 euro, but I'm pretty sure I paid 5 euro last time I visited.

It's a simple walk to your hotel (use google maps), probably taking 10-15 minutes. You could alsways take a taxi from outside the station if you preferred.

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by iaint

I used an airport shuttle. It was good. See my Ljubljana pages. Bus service is not that good, from memory.

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by leics

I found it absolutely fine (the special airport bus, that is, not the local buses). But perhaps it depends on when your flight lands?

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by IanMacPhail

Have you asked your hotel if they would pick you up? Slovenians are pretty helpful people. (That is, the helpful ones.)

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by leics

I'm absolutely sure the hotel would organise a taxi. But it won't be the cheapest way: that's using the bus.

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

Thanks for helping me a lot.

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

Thanks for your help and advice

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

Thanks for your help.

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

Shuttle sounds good.Thanks.

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

Thanks for you comments, the shuttle sounds good and very reasonable also,

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

No I haven't asked the hotel at all, I wonder what their reaction would be??

Re: Transport from airport ot hotel

by jillikins

I think the shuttle might do.Thanks for your comments.

Travel Tips for Ljubljana

National Flag of Slovenia

by xuessium

On 25 June 1991, Slovenia proclaimed independence from Yugoslavia and the flag was hoisted officially and for the first time on the Republic Square in front of the Slovenian parliament in Ljubljana.

Modern Slovenia is constituted of the entire historic province of Kranjska (Carniola), a part of Stajerska (Styria), a tiny part of Koroška (Carinthia), a part of Istria and some other parts.

The central region of Slovenia is Carniola, and its original coat of arms had a golden eagle with red claws on a blue background. Later, Vienna demanded that the golden beast be replaced by a silver one. When these colours were transfered into colours on a flag we got the white-blue-red flag. A flag with these three plain horizontal stripes was also the official flag of Slovenia up to 1945. White-blue-red are also traditional Slavic colours. (Not to be confused with the Slovakian national flag, which is remarkably similar)

The coat of arms of Slovenia was designed by Marko Pogačnik. Its main elements are the three-peaked Triglav mountain (the highest peak of the land) and three yellow stars. The three stars are from the coat of arms of the old Slovenian family of the Counts of Celje. Extracted from: Flags Of The World

Yummy Pasteries!

by xeberus

I'm a pastery fiend! My favorite part of travel in Europe is trying the local sweats. Local sweets here are largely Austrian in style, but not completely. Ljubljana is full of cafes with abundant outdoor seating where you can sit and enjoy a treat washed down with an espresso or capuccino. YUM! Alternatively, down by the main market there is a building with lots of little bakeries side by side. Go in, find something that looks appealing and then find a nice step or bench by the river to savor it. Ljubljana is just a lovely little city with a Central European flair. I've heard it compared to a mini-Prague, which I think is fair. I love wandering the small streets, cafes, fountains, passage ways, etc.

Money Notes...

by coceng

Although I was in Slovenia for just a few days, less than 1 week even. The money notes are the memories that I would always remember Slovenia & particularly Ljubljana for.
In 2004, all these money notes will have new designs maybe, Euros designs but now at least from you, you still get to see them.

Explore the Beautiful City of Ljubljana

by Sweetberry1

Ljubljana has a lot to offer the traveller, Museum, Galleries, Arts, Opera, Shopping, Site-seeing, And an incredible amount of History. My best memory of Ljubljana goes back a long way, and it is in the memory of a child.
More memories have been added since then, when I visited my Birth City again, as an adult.

Flag of the European Union (EU)

by xuessium

Slovenia is a member of the European Union.

Since 1 May 2004, the 27 members of European Union are:
Austria | Belgium | Bulgaria | The Czech Republic | Cyprus | Denmark | Estonia | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Malta | The Netherlands | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Sweden | United Kingdom |

The historical evolution of membership is:
* 1958: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands
* 1973: Denmark, Ireland, United Kingdom
* 1981: Greece
* 1986: Portugal, Spain
* 1995: Austria, Finland, Sweden
* 2004: The Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia
* 2007: Bulgaria, Romania

The twelve yellow stars on a blue field were officially adopted as the symbol of the European Community on 26 May 1986.

12 was reckoned to be a "good" number because it had no political innuendo, and there are
* 12 signs of the zodiac;
* 12 hours on a clock;
* 12 months in a year;
* 12 apostles;
* 12 tables of Roman Law;
* and 12 starry crowns of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Extracted from: Flags Of The World

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