Vila Emei Hotel

Dupleska cesta 135, Maribor, 2000, Slovenia
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from Bratislava to Maribor: Bus or Train? PRICES?!

by ggonmar

Hello there,

I've been searching the net for a while now and couldnt find any relevant info...
I'm going to Maribor in a couple of weeks and I am landing on Bratislava, so I'll need to get a train or a bus to get to Maribor...

I got to find some schedules for trains, but no prices....! and for buses, not even schedules!
can anyone help me on this???

thanks in advance!

ggonmar

Re: from Bratislava to Maribor: Bus or Train? PRICES?!

by leics

http://www.zssk.sk/en

will give you train times and details.

Fares are calculated according to kilometres travelled. Here is the 'normal' price list:

http://www.zssk.sk/fileadmin/dokumenty/2008_pdf/Normal_fare_pricelist_EUR.pdf

which may give you a rough idea.

I was unable to find a fare or distance quote in English for this journey, I'm afraid. Hopefully another member will be able to advise.

Re: from Bratislava to Maribor: Bus or Train? PRICES?!

by picek

By Eurolines buses you can get for 7,70 euro from the BA airport to Vienna, Sudtirolerplatz. Or 6,90 if you're senior or younger than 26.

the website is here: http://www.slovaklines.sk/ and you can buy ticket on-line. see here for timetables - it leaves hourly.

ON the menu at your left side on this site choose Bratislava, Lotisko in Odkial'(from) window. In Kam (to where) window choose Vienna.
Then choose date and time, and click on yellow sign Vyhladat Spojenie. Then choose one of the given departures and click 'koupit' (buy) and you'll get the prices.
Anyways, don't need to buy it on-line, just a direction for price.
Perhaps they have site in English, didn't check but it's easy to get the idea.

Vienna-Maribor train is roughly 40 Euro one way like said before. Now in summer time there are more trains than usually, but check with the links above posters gave.

Re: from Bratislava to Maribor: Bus or Train? PRICES?!

by GyuriFT

Bratislava-Maribor is 55.20 Euro via Vienna - Spielfeld (border), but you can do it for much less (about a half) of that by few tricks - this is all depending on what time you arrive in Bratislava.

Example:

1) Buy Bratislava-Rajka(Gr)-Csorna-Szombathely-Zalaegerszeg-Zalalovoe "there" and Rajka-Bratislava "back" ticket.

The price is: 0.4 * (21.60 + 1.20) + 0.55 * (5 + 5) = 14.14 Euro

2) Buy Zalalovoe-Hodos ticket in Bratislava for 4.20 Euro

This way you are already in Hodos, Slovenia and you spent 18.34 Euro only.
Do not buy any other ticket. Instead, buy in Hodos a Hodos-Maribor Slovenian domestic ticket for 9.16 Euro.

Total: 27.5 Euro, could be even less if you skip the tiny Zalalovoe-Hodos ticket.

But all this assuming you can catch the local trains and that you arrive Bratislava at the best time.

Other ideas - with safer train timing - is to use local trains in Austria only buy buying "Einfach Raus" day-ticket for 28 Euro and purchase the tiny Bratislava-Marchegg and Sentilj-Maribor sections from Slovak and Slovenian conductors.

Travel Tips for Maribor

Parking

by painterdave

Parking did not seem to be much of a problem in Maribor. There is parking provided on both sides of the center. The signs are well marked and we never seemed to have trouble finding a place.
I have written this tip because where I live in Italy, parking is a major problem. It seems like we are always scheming to find a small place for a small car. Featured here below is a metal statue made from old Yugos that were once double parked.

LENT FESTIVAL- The...

by daki

LENT FESTIVAL- The international multicultural Lent Festival has become a part of summer life in Maribor. As a result of the Festival our town is known throughout Slovenia as well as by the countries of the participants who perform some of the 400 shows of different cultural and cultural-entertainment content, by countries bordering Slovenia and above all b proffessional institutions of world festival associations, of which the Lent Festival is also a member. During the festival Maribor is different, it become a metropole of top events, entertainment and good will for all tastes and generations.
FROM JUN 22. TO JULY 07.2001
GO TO THE LENT FESTIVAL

The Oldest Vine in the World

by Redang

The vine of the "žametna èrnina" variety, growing and bearing fruit for over 400 years, has entered into the famous Guinness Book of Records as the oldest noble vine in the world.

Note: From the sign outside the Wine House.

Contact:
Hiša Stare trte (The Old Vine House)
Vojašniška 8, 2000 Maribor

Lent area, by the Drava river.

- Fax: (+386) (0)2 234 66 13

Adrenaline Park Pohorje

by KristaB

Have a Lazy Summer with
HIGH ROPES CHALLENGE: giant swing, high beam, individual exercices, team exercices, climbing wall
MOUNTAIN BIKING
SUMMER TOBOGGANING: sleigh-on-wheels - 5km, up to 50 km/h speed!
PAINT BALL
HORSEBACK RIDING

Multi-national cuisine

by Willettsworld about Restavracija Toti rotovž

This restaurant is housed in part of the Town Hall and also there are tables in the courtyard. The reason I came here was that I saw a sign in the Town Hall passageway for a Thai restaurant. But this restaurant not only serves Thai food but they also serve an international cuisine from a whole host of countries that include Slovenia, Ex Yugoslavia, Italy, Greece, Japan, Austria, Thailand and Mexico. I ordered the spicy Thai prawn soup but when it came it didn’t have any prawns in it! So back it went and of course I had to wait a bit longer. The bread that came with the soup was large and round and hot like it had just come out of the oven. Very nice indeed. The main course was a Thai green chicken curry which was very tasty. All-in-all not a bad meal despite having to send the soup back!

Open: 9am-midnight Mon-Sat Closed Sunday.

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