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Explore Slovenia by train

Special offers to Ljubljana, Celje and Maribor

Slovenia is situated at the intersection of the Alps, the Mediterranean, limestone and the Pannonian lowlands. In 2016, Slovenia was declared the world´s first green destination country due to the fact that it promotes the preservation of the environment and sustainable tourism. Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a popular destination, which attracts many tourists. Ljubljana lies on the Ljubljanica River, which flows through the very city centre. The capital of Slovenia is known for its specific architecture, amazing bridges and friendly hosts.

We have a number of attractive offers lined up for you!

LJUBLJANA - timetable and fares

  • Zagreb GK  Ljubljana

    • EC 212 Zagreb GK 7:05 AM – Ljubljana 9:20 AM
    • B 210 Zagreb GK 12:50 PM– Ljubljana 3:12 PM
    • B 414 Zagreb GK 7:38 PM – Ljubljana 9:55 PM

    Rijeka  Ljubljana

    • B 482 Rijeka 11:50 AM – Ljubljana 2:37 PM
    • B 480 Rijeka 6:57 PM – Ljubljana 9:42 PM

Take advantage of special offer Ljubljana Spezial for journeys from Zagreb and Rijeka to Ljubljana from € 9, from Pula to Ljubljana take advantage of Pula Spezial from € 19 and from Split and Sibenik take advantage of Jadran Spezial and travel from  29.

Children aged 6-11 pay half price.

Ljubljana is known for its various legends. The most fascinating legend is the legend of Ljubljana´s Dragon (zmajček Ljubo), a symbol of the Slovenian capital. The best way to get acquainted with the city centre is if you start your tour at the Prešeren Square. From there you can take a walk on Tromostovje, the Triple Bridge, the most popular and beautiful bridge in Ljubljana. On the other side of the Ljubljanica River, Philip Mansion (Filipov dvorec) and the Kresija Building (palača Kresija) are situated. The Kresija Building is a building that together with Philip Mansion marks the entrance to the old town of Ljubljana. March along the stone-paved streets and indulge in the beauty of Ljubljana!


CELJE - timetable and fares

Zagreb GK – Celje  

  • EC 158 Zagreb GK 7:05 AM – Celje 9:15 AM

Take advantage of special offer Celje Spezial for journeys from Zagreb to Celje from € 9,  from Rijeka to Celje from € 14 and from Pula to Celje from  24.

Children aged 6-11 pay half price.

In Celje, the antique and medieval legacy is discretely blended with modern urbanity. Romantic streets in the old town, little corners for conversation held in secret in the city park, architecture which displays abundance and diversity of history, a rich variety of art museums, galleries and theatres, are just a few steps away from the city centre.


MARIBOR - timetable and fares

Zagreb GK – Maribor 

  • EC 158 Zagreb GK 7:05 AM – Celje 9:17 AM – Maribor 10:11 AM

Take advantage of special offer Maribor Spezial for journeys from Zagreb to Maribor from € 12,  from Rijeka to Maribor from € 14 and from Pula to Maribor from  24. From Split and Sibenik take advantage of Jadran Spezial and travel from  29.

Children aged 6-11 pay half price.

The oldest grapevine in the world, recorded in the Guinness Book of Records, a great place to go on a shopping spree, active holiday at Pohorje, a walk along one of the most beautiful European rivers and a rich history - these are just some of the reasons why you should spend your weekend in Maribor.    

If you want to learn more about the history and culture of Maribor, you should definitely visit the oldest part of the city called Lent. Rafting on the Drava River is a perfect choice for those who like adventure. Enjoy the tour of the city with your children in a horse-drawn carriage!

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