AS PART of the European Union and as a Schengen member, entry into the country from the majority of Europe is relatively seamless, although it is always worth double- checking the exact rules, as some other EU members have not signed the Schengen treaty.
No matter where you’ve departed from though, you’re likely to enter Slovenia via Ljubljana Airport which connects the country to the majority of Europe on both sides of the continent.
Once in, the same plethora of options await you as they do in most of Europe’s traditional hubs. For shorter trips, inevitably taxis and buses will take the strain off getting by under your own steam. Trains will also achieve the same via a network that serves passengers across a reliable, nationwide network.
Given the diminutive size of the nation though, the best option may be to hire a car and take charge of your own exploration. With all main landmarks and business hubs less than two hours away from the meeting point of Ljubljana, there’s never a journey too far, too complicated or too dull not to engage ‘operation road trip’.