This year BeeScala found a new home in a mighty medieval fortress, a symbol of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, just a glance away from the lively city centre. Main reason for this decision was to facilitate access to the venue but also to fortify the foundations and send out a message that BeeScala is here to stay!
InterContinental Ljubljana *****
Just 1.6 km away
Grand Hotel Union ****
Just 1.0 km away
Best Western Premier Hotel Slon ***
Just 1.1 km away
How to get to Ljubljana? Where is Ljubljana located? Slovenian capital Ljubljana has always had a strategically good position for travelling between Italy, Central Europe and the Balkans. Nowadays it’s easily accessible due to a well developed network of railways and roads. Slovenian airlines Adria Airways supply flights for the Ljubljana Airport, thus connecting the capital with many European cities.
For more info check LJUBLJANA.INFO, your independent city guide to Ljubljana.
The Ljubljana Railway Station is Slovenia’s main railway station. It connects Ljubljana to Trieste, Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Prague, Vienna, Graz, Budapest, Zagreb, and Belgrade. Railway is also a convenient means of transport within Slovenia, given that distances within the country are mainly short and travel costs low.
Ljubljana’s main train station, simply called “Ljubljana”, is within an easy walk to the city centre. Slovenian Railways are also included in the European Interrail network.
The web site of Slovenian Railways (Slovenske Zeleznice) displays train schedules, also in English.
Ljubljana is served by the Joze Pucnik Airport in Brnik (Fraport Slovenia) with several international and low cost airlines operating from there. Slovenian airlines Adria Airways and its partner airlines directly connect Ljubljana with about 30 European cities including Amsterdam, Belgrade, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Helsinki, Istanbul, London, Manchester, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Podgorica, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Tel Aviv, Tirana, Warsaw, Vienna and Zurich.
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Transfers to/from the airport
* Shuttle transfers: GoOpti, MNJ Shuttle, Markun Shuttle, ZUP prevozi.
* Taxi: Taxi services are available in front of the airport building.
* Rent-a-car: consult the list of rent-a-car service providers at the airport.
The Ljubljana Bus Station has regular services to all Slovenia’s neighbouring countries and the most popular tourist destinations within the country. Bus tickets can be purchased at the counter of the Ljubljana Bus Station or online from the Ljubljana Bus Station website.
European cities served by direct bus routes from Ljubljana: Trieste, Venice (Mestre, Marco Polo Airport), Florence, Milan, Klagenfurt, Vienna, Munich, Dortmund, Paris, Budapest, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Niš, Sofia.
Major Slovenian tourist destinations served by direct bus routes from Ljubljana: Bled and Bohinj lake resorts, Postojna cave, the coastal towns of Portorož and Piran. In addition to bus tickets for the above-mentioned tourist destinations, Ljubljana Bus Station website offers the possibility to purchase tickets for some of the major Slovenian tourist attractions.