My flight to Maribor lands at 23:05.
I haven't seen any buses running at that time so I'm going to need a taxi.
Does anyone know if taxis wait around outside, or do I need to book one in advance?
Which is the best way to travel for seniors to travel (with a large suitcase each) ,from Maribor to Vienna.
Appreciate your help.
How much does the train from Budapest to Maribor (which leaves every day at 13:35) cost?
I've been looking at the Slovenian train website, searching for trains from Maribor to Ljubljana and back and saw a "tourist weekend ticket" advertised. It says this ticket is valid for domestic train services on a weekend.
Is this ticket valid in an ICS train for travelling from Maribor to Ljubljana and back on the same day, a Saturday? It's a lot cheaper than the regular fare.
It also says, that reservation is compulsory. How much is the reservation fee?
Thank you for your help.
One of the trains which my daughter considers taking arrives very late in Maribor, too late to figure out the bus system in the dark after a long day spent in the train and on stations. Is there a taxi rank at the station? Is there else anything else to know about the taxis in Slovenia? I'm thinking something like the difference between the official taxis and the unlicensed minicabs in London.
We've booked our trains and hotels and I'm really looking forward to finally going to Slovenia. The more I read about it, the more I wish we'd have more time there.
We're thinking of taking the night train to Maribor, to have at least two full days there. Are there any left luggage facilities in the train station? We haven't booked a hotel yet, but no matter where, we won't be able to go there at 9:00 in the morning.
I suppose there are taxis at the train station, aren't there?
Does anyone know of a hotel/hostel near Panonska ulica?
As always, thank you for any information.
My daughter has been accepted as a volunteer in a senior citizens' home in Maribor. She can take three weeks off from her job here, mid-October to mid-November, that's when she will be in Maribor.
Since she is very busy right now, I offered to find out some of the basics for her trip, and I hope VTers will help me there.
What's the best way to get there, train or car? If we book in advance, the train will be cheaper, but how easy is it to get around on public transport in Maribor? Naturally she wants to see some of the area around Maribor as well.
If she comes by car, how is the parking situation in Maribor? Expensive? She drives an old Diesel, how much is Diesel now? I saw some old quote in another forum question, it was slightly cheaper than here in Germany.
What about parking in Ljubljana on a weekend? It looks like there are several trains between Maribor and Ljubljana, so going by train may be easier and more comfortable. Are both train stations pretty much in the centre of the cities?
And the next main question: Where to stay? My daughter has to find her own accomodation. Has anyone stayed in Hostel Eva or Hostel Uni? Is one better than the other?
Thank you for any information. We're going to see her for a weekend. Some years ago we had everything booked for a nice stay in Slovenia and then had to cancel, so this time we are determined to go, even if it's just for a few days.
OK the oldest vine in the world already has me but now I see there are hot springs. Europe and Montana do not exactly do hot springs the same, we do not do spas and such. Much more casual, is there such a thing here?
Could you please advise how to get from Maribor to Rogaska Slatina. We will come by train to either Maribor or Celje. Which of these cities is better for connection to Rogaska Slatina?
Hi - I'm trying to find out about buses or trains from Maribor to Cakovec (or Varazdin) and back. When i try to look at international journeys on the Croatian or Slovenian train websites it directs me to the German train site and the results give me journey times that take 11 or 12 hours.
Please can someeone help? I want to go on a week day sometime fairly early in the morning, stay over night in Cakovec and come home to Maribor the next after noon.
I am heading to the University of Maribor soon and am not sure how to get from the Graz airport to Maribor or as close as the university as possible. I was told that the train (they neglected to tell me which train)is cheaper and faster, can anyone provide details as to how I can make/plan this trip? Is there a shuttle van too that goes from the Graz airport to the university?
looking to take above trip around midnight is there a bus service? How much would a taxi cost?
I've been searching the net for a while now and couldnt find any relevant info...
I'm going to Maribor in a couple of weeks and I am landing on Bratislava, so I'll need to get a train or a bus to get to Maribor...
I got to find some schedules for trains, but no prices....! and for buses, not even schedules!
can anyone help me on this???
thanks in advance!
Can you tell me if the Starigrad Cafe still exists in the town centre and what its hours are. Looking forward to a cevap and coke there next month.
I'll be in Maribor at the end of June. Which is the top club / bar at the moment where to have a few drinks after our game against NK Maribor on Saturday? Or is it more worthwhile if we travel to another city for a good club? Also, is Sunday still a busy day in clubs?
Please, can somebody tell me if there are any buses running from Budapest to Maribor, or at least to the hungarian slovenian border! I know train's timetable, and hope to have any advise abt buses and timetable, where it is possible to find out abt it, will apreciate any help
i am a forein student in maribor and i have no ideea where is cheap to shop, what i can do aound here.. need someone to be soooo kinde and open my eyes.just tel me some names of shoping center, and something i can do around here.
I'm a French Student and i'm looking for renting a room or a studio from february to june 2007 ( 5 months). I don't want to live in a dormitory of the university, so I wonder where I could find something to rent in Maribor ?
Thank you !
I have checked slo-zeleznice.si/en/internat... but have some questions still :)
I will be aiming to travel from Budapest to Maribor, arriving on 18 November. I guess there should be direct trains, but I am unable to find a schedule for this at the moment.
And then, travel from Maribor to Vienna airport, arriving there in time for a 11:25 flight on 22 November, so I should arrive at the airport by 10:00, so probably early morning in Vienna. I saw that there are trains from Ljublana to Vienna that go through Maribor but the 2 times do not help me :( Are there other options for this route?
Finally, is it fine to purchase the tickets on the day of travel, or should I do it in advance … on the Internet or at the train station in November.
Im Arian from KOSOVA i was born in Maribor i lived there 7 yars an than moved in kosova because of war.Im 20 i need someone to help me to gat me in Maribor with all documents that i can gat there.The easiest thing is to sent my informations and to make my slovenian passaport so i wanna study and work there i love that place .Im albanian .It will realy be god if someone helps me so be also respected by me and my friends need help or anythig elese ok..mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm travelling from Ireland to Ptuj this August for a big juggling convention, and haven't been able to find anywhere that gives me a recent estimate of how much the train fare is from Vienna to Maribor (return), as I plan to make my visit a little longer and see both cities! (I want to know if I need to budget Eur30 or Eur100 for the train journey!)
We are Americans, and will be traveling in Italy. We'll have a rental car...but it can't go out of the country. Please tell me the best way to travel from Venice to Maribor. Should we try to rent another car and drive, or should be take a train? And how long will it take? Where do I find information on this? Thanks.
When do the slopes open and what are the chances of decent skiing in the first or second weeks of December? Thanks, and a Pivo to the first responder!! Dan
I am oving from Canada to Maribor in exactly one month. Is it possible to meet someone from Maribor online? I have tons of questions.Unfortunately, I don't speak Slovenian yet so I'll need a companion and..translator. I am 22 and I am a hockey player. Thank you. -Francois Lemay-
Hi there, I was wondering if anyone knows anyone who knows of the street in maribor called Frankopanova street, its in maribor,or maybe knows of someone who knew someone that lives there or had lived there. thanks heapsalso if anyone kew of a restaraunt called the Prilipi thanks heaps
I am interested in any imformation on the mayors of maribor from the turn of the century (1900-40).any info including photos would be greatly appreciated.
My Mother was born in Maribor and she lived there until the war pushed her out of the country. I have a big interest about my heritage. I would like very much to find out more about where she grew up and form a friendship with some people from the town especially people who have elderly parents that have lived there all their lives
In 1945 there was a inn/pub called the Kozachich (I think the spelling is right), that was along the River Drava. I was hoping that someone would happen to have a picture of this pub/inn especially of how it looked in that time. Something of major significance happened there, in that year. Also has anyone got any photos/pictures of Menjski hrib as well thankyou all so much Jalian from south Australia