Generally not required for tourist stays up to 90 days (or at all for EU nationals); some nationalities will need an entry visa.
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Most travellers arrive in Slovenia by air, or by rail and road connections from neighbouring countries. Flights, cars and tours can be booked online at www.lonelyplanet.com/bookings.
Transport in Slovenia is reasonably priced, quick and efficient. For national bus timetables, head to Avtobusna Postaja Ljubljana (www.ap-ljubljana.si); for train timetables: Slovenian Railways (www.slo-zeleznice.si).
Bus Generally efficient and good value but very crowded on Friday afternoons and severely restricted on Sundays and holidays.
Car A great way to explore the countryside, with rental firms everywhere.
Train Cheaper but usually slower than buses (with the exception of intercity high-speed services). Getting from A to B sometimes requires returning to Ljubljana.
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