Maribor Transportation

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    Pendolino - pleasurable way to reach Maribor

    by anaiis Updated Jan 27, 2003

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    Is there life after death? Can Slovenian railways survive? Anyway, we are all very proud of our pendolino trains. I enjoy the ride with them. On this picture you can see the railway bridge and just when you get across the river Drava there is the train station. So as soon as you see the river Drava (or Europark building which is just on this side), get your bags ready. For pendolino pictures, check the website I have found (hope it lasts). For

    what a nice way to get to Maribor

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    Though you can travel by train...

    by richiecdisc Written Sep 11, 2002

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    Though you can travel by train to get from major city to city, it's still best to go by car.
    You definitely need a car to really enjoy the vinska cesta or wine route. Walking is fine around the towns and buses would take you easily from town to town but really, there are no parking problems, and a car is most certainly the first choice.

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    By road: All major European...

    by AleksanderA Written Aug 26, 2002

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    By road: All major European motorways via Klagenfurt, Graz (Austria) or Trieste (Italy) etc., are connected with Maribor.

    Road number:
    From Graz (A): E57/E59
    From Klagenfurt (A):
    From Budapest (H): E71/E59
    From Zagreba (Hr): E59/E70
    From Triesta (I): E57
    From Goriza (I)
    Distance in km:
    Beograd: 580
    Budapest: 345
    Wien: 259
    Frankfurt: 853
    Graz: 58
    Goriza 227
    Roma: 878
    Ljubljana: 112
    Koper: 225
    Milano: 632
    München 459
    Salzburg: 344
    Sarajevo: 250
    Skopje: 950
    Trieste: 222
    Zagreb: 120
    Zürich: 836
    Lendava: 91

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    By train: Maribor may also be...

    by AleksanderA Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    By train: Maribor may also be reached by train from major European cities through bordering countries (Italy, Austria, Hungary, ...)
    1. Berlin - München - Salzburg - Beljak - Ljubljana - Zagreb (Eurocity Mimara)
    2. Wien - Graz - Maribor (Emona)
    3. Geneve - Venezia - Ljubljana - Zagreb (Simplon exspres)
    4. Budapest - Ljubljana - Venezia (Drava)
    5. Maribor - Zidani most - Zagreb

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    By air: Maribor is best served...

    by AleksanderA Written Aug 26, 2002

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    By air: Maribor is best served by Graz International airport (Austria), 40 km Northwest of the city. There are additional air services via Ljubljana International Airport (Brnik), 100 km west of Maribor, Klagenfurt (Austria) 90 km north of Maribor and Zagreb (Croatia) 100 km Southeast of Maribor. Additional charter flights will be organised from Frankfurt to Maribor. Please contact your local travel agency or our official travel agency on how to find the best way to get to Maribor.

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    If you travel by car from...

    by oja Written Aug 25, 2002

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    If you travel by car from Ljubljana, you may encounter the situation on the photo, especially during the week. However, the trip should not take you more than two hours.

    If you venture by train, the ultra-modern ICS is your fastest choice. It gets you there in two hours, and leaves your wallet about 1.200 SIT lighter. Of course, there are trains that will get you there for half this price - but also taking half more time!

    Buses are frequent, but boring and more expensive than trains. But since we're not talking great distances (120 km), you can always try hitching. If you venture out on Friday afternoon when students go home for the weekend, you may wait for hours, but also make many friends who'll show you around. Why not?

    Foot is fine for sightseeing because the old Maribor is compact. If you're lazy or going to the other part of the city, take a city bus. Ask at the newstands for tickets.

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    Local transport

    by bonio Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Excellent bus links throughout Maribor are run by French company Veolia. Cost of a single journey is 1 euro from the driver. Multiple journey tickets are much cheaper.

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel

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    Train

    by orlikins Written Sep 12, 2002

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    30-40 minute train ride from Graz, the train route passes by Graz Airport. It was about €14 rail return from Graz with a student card.

    Train

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