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How to Get to Maribor
Being the second largest city in Slovenia, the city is the center of historic landmarks and winter sports activities. If you’re planning to visit the city, be sure to study all possible variants of transportation from popular entry points.
Taxi to Maribor
At Ljubljana Airport, you’ll see taxi cabs waiting outside the terminal in front of the arrivals hall. On average, getting to Maribor costs around 100 euros, taking an hour and 40 minutes. If a taxi is metered, the final price will depend on road traffic.
Arriving at Zagreb air terminal, you’ll find cabs right outside the arrivals zone too. A taxi trip from there makes about 120 euros and an hour and 40 minutes. Anyway, to stay on the safe side, either agree on a price beforehand (if fares are fixed) or make sure the meter’s on (in case of a meter-based price).
Transfer to Maribor
There’s a more reliable and comfortable way to travel compared to the taxi. With a private transfer, you pre-book a car in advance and have it at the agreed time in the exact place you need. You save considerable time being picked up right after passing the customs.
To book a transfer at Kiwitaxi, fill in the reservation with your flight number, a drop-off address at the resort, and a number of passengers. Be sure to order child seats at extra cost if needed. Depending on a car class chosen, a private taxi transfer from the air hub will cost from 120 euros and take an hour and 40 minutes. A trip from Zagreb air terminal will make from 114 euros and an hour and 40 minutes. The transfer may be paid at once by credit card or upon arrival in cash to a driver.
A professional transfer driver will meet you with a name sign and quickly bring you to the destination. All you’ll have to do is to enjoy a comfortable and safe ride.
Public Transport to Maribor
There's no direct public transportation between Ljubljana air hub and the resort. You’ll need to reach Ljubljana city first. Take a bus 28 from the airport, get off at the central station to catch another one to Maribor. The whole journey will take over 3,5 hours and 12-22 euros per ticket. Also, you may take a train at the central railway station. In this case, you’ll spend 13-21 euros and 3,5 hours.
Getting from Zagreb air hub includes reaching the city central station first too. Both bus trips (to Croatian capital and to Maribor) take 3,5 hours and make 9-15 euros per person.
Be sure to check the timetables beforehand. Unlike taxi and transfer services operating round the clock, public transport is generally unavailable at night.
Maribor Pohorje Ski Resort is the largest ski resort and a popular tourist destination in Slovenia. It is famous for its “Golden Fox” competition.