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Come to Bohinj by train. The Bohinj railway route is one of the most beautiful mountain railways in the Alps and exceptional technical achievement. Surrounded by the beauty of nature and connecting two different regions in Slovenia, this is bound to be an unforgettable journey. The railway boasts two records – the longest railway tunnel in Slovenia (the Bohinj tunnel, 6,327 m) and the world’s largest stone arch (the Solkan bridge, 85 m).
To reach the final destination, use a regular bus or free organised transfer from Danica car park in Bohinjska Bistrica to Lake Bohinj. You can also rent a bike and ride along the cycling route to enjoy in a more nature- and a health-friendly way to discover Bohinj.
Travellers with personal vehicles can take car train along the Bohinjska Bistrica-Podbrdo-Most na Soči-Nova Gorica route for a simple, safe and speedy journey.
Put your car, van, caravan or bike on the train. The vehicle height and width are limited to 3 and 2,4 metres respectively. Buy the ticket from the train operator on site before departure. We recommend you to arrive at the station at least 15 minutes before train departure.
At the Slovenske železnice, they wrote:
“Passengers can transport small domestic animals, housed in cages, baskets or other types of pet carriers that can be stored the same way as the passenger’s luggage, as well as small dogs that can sit on a passenger’s lap.
Large dogs travelling on trains are required to wear a muzzle, be kept on a short lead and sit or lie on the floor. Large dogs travel at a half 2nd class fare in domestic traffic and a half-fare according to the international tariff on international routes.
Upon boarding the train carriage, passengers accompanied by large dogs must obtain consent from their fellow passengers. If your fellow passengers do not consent to the presence of your pet, then you should contact the train conductor or a member of the rail staff on board who will take care of the animal for the duration of the journey.”
Read more on their website: Transport of domestic animals.