Slovenia, one of the future EU members, is located in the southeastern part of the Alps. The country stretches from the Alps in the north to the Dinaric range in the south, and from the Mediterranean and the Karst in the southwest to the Pannonian Plain in the east. Top quality highways and railways offer tourists from Austria, Germany, Italy, Croatia and Hungary a chance to visit Slovenia. Those from faraway places are offered a choice of three airports - Ljubljana Airport in Slovenia, Trieste Airport in Italy and Klagenfurt Airport in Austria.
Follow the road sign
Bled Bohinj at the Lesce junction and after about 30 min you arrive
in Bohinjska Bistrica. If you need help with finding Bohinj visit the
web site Route
planner (write Bohinjska Bistrica for arrival city name). The bus
to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, drives every 60 min. Do not forget
to provide yourself with the latest