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EME Outlook - - Slovenia -

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’.

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