I have read posts about Ljubljana to Venice, but I haven't seen much for transportation from Verona to Ljubljana. We will have spent 9 days in Italy and will be catching the RS tour out of Ljuljana on June 16th. Any helpful advice regarding personal experience with this journey would be appreciated. I am aware that we will likely need to take a bus, but I am wonderining if someone can recommend alternate bus sources? The only route that I found on the 16th from Verona leaves and gets in fairly late to Ljubljana. Thank you in advance for your help.
Hi! Simplest way would be to take a GoOpti transfer to Ljubljana. See http://www.goopti.com/index.php?option=com_transfer&lang=en&affid=7 for prices and booking. Cheers
Thanks Greg. That was exactly what I needed. :)
No worries April! Beats taking buses and trains etc.
If you need help with your itinerary in Slovenia, give us a shout! Greg
Besides shuttle service mentioned above you can also travel all the way by train, especially if you have time, then would really recommend train, since you can go via famous Bohinj Railway (Verona to Venice, then Gorizia and Nova Gorica and further to Ljubljana). And by train the whole journey from Verona to Ljubljana can cost you like 30 euro only (or even cheaper if you buy tickets for Italian part in advance)
Just wanted to report back on Go Opti. They picked us up at our hotel in Verona at 8:30 as they stated, then we stopped at the Venice and Trieste to pick up other passengers. We arrived in Ljubljana around 1:30. The whole trip only cost 55 euros for us both. I highly recommend this option as public transportation can be somewhat confusing in Eastern Europe. Thanks again for the suggestion.