|by air||by train||by car||border formalities||once in Maribor|
Maribor and Slovenia in general is easily reached due to its geographical location in the southern part of Central Europe.
|GRAZ Central St. Hauptbahnhof)||GRAZ airport||LJUBLJANA airport|
|June 20||14:10, 15:15 17:15, 18:45, 21:15||19:30|
|June 21||16:30, 16:30 (via airp)||12:00, 15:00,
17:15 (from Hbf), 18:40
|June 22||18:30||16:00, 19:30|
Times given are departures from the named location.
The timetable is subject of change.
For all transfers out of schedule and during the conference please contact TAXI PLUS service provider (+386 2 2517 151).
- All major European motorways via Venice (Italy), Vienna, Salzburg, Graz (Austria) or Budapest (Hungary) etc., are connected with Maribor.
- For driving direction please consult ViaMichelin route planner.
- From Graz (A): E57/E59
- From Budapest (H): E71/E59
- From Zagreb (Hr): E59/E70
- From AUSTRIA (VIENNA) - follow the south motorway to Graz and then to Slovenia, entry Šentilj / Spielfeld, direction Maribor, you can go by old road or motorway Šentilj - Maribor (Pesnica) - (in this case you have to pay less than 1 Euro).
- From ITALY or LJUBLJANA; from entry Fernetiči follow the motorway to Slovenia (Ljubljana) and then to Maribor.
- Motorists are required to have their headlights on all the time.
- Third party liability insurance is required for all vehicles (a "green card").
- The speed limit is 50kph in residential areas, 90kph outside and 130kph on freeways.
- Police are using stationary radars (micro-wave, laser "pistols") and mobile radars in unmarked cars.
- max. 10% over the limit is tolerated, but not in residental areas and especially not near schools (marked "SOLA")
- Drivers and ALL passengers must wear seat belts.
- Up to 0.24g/kg (0.24 promile) alcohol in blood is permitted. Police is VERY strict about this rule.
- An international driver's licence is recommended.
- In Slovenia, to use major freeways and highways you need to buy the Slovenian Vignette. Please see link for further details.
- Parking in Slovenia is relatively safe (please use the regular precautions - do not leave valuables in your car).
- Hotels usually have parking lots reserved for their guests - please ask at the reception.
- Parking lots marked with "blue line" (in the "blue zone") are not for free - please find a parking machine, which are usually very close. They take euro coins (or smaller bills) for 90 min parking.
The ministry of Foreign Afairs for the details regarding the entry to Slovenia.
In case you get lost, just ask the locals for the directions (use German or English) for your hotel.