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Cheap Flights to Ljubljana

Located at 46.224444 latitude and 14.456111 longitude in Zgornji Brnik, Slovenia, the public airport of Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport works as hub for Adria Airways and operates with a 3,300 metres or 10,827 feet asphalt runway. Since 2014, the airport has had approximately 1.3 million passengers and 31,405 airplane movements, among others. The busiest routes out of Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport head out to Zurich, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Brussels, and Paris, via Zurich Airport, Frankfurt Airport, Ataturk Airport, Brussels Airport, and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, respectively.

What to see & do

As the capital and the largest city of Slovenia, Ljubljana can be found at the middle of northern Adriatic Sea and Danube region’s trade route. Also since 1991, Ljubljana has served as the cultural, educational, economic, political, and administrative centre of independent Slovenia. Some of its well-known sights and attractions include Triple Bridge, Tivoli City Park, Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity, and National Museum of Slovenia, in addition to Museum of Modern Art, to name a few. Highlighting the National Museum of Slovenia, the museum can be found within Ljubljana and was established in the early 1820s as the “Estate Museum of Carniola,” then was turned into “Provincial Museum of Carniola” after five years, then “Provincial Museum of Carniola - Rudolfnum” as 1882. Ljubljana experiences an Oceanic climate with temperatures that record an annual average high of 15.6 degrees Celsius or 60.1 degrees Fahrenheit, average low of 6.6 degrees Celsius or 43.9 degrees Fahrenheit, with a daily mean of 10.9 degrees Celsius or 51.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

How to get around within Ljubljana

Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport serves Ljubljana, in the country of Slovenia. Getting around Ljubljana, its transportation options include going by city bus, taxi, bicycle, along with going by foot. There are 26 bus lines that operate within Ljubljana, these come and go every ten to 15 minutes, or 15 to 30 minutes during the weekends and summer. There are regular scheduled buses that start at 5 or 6:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. with the night schedule at around 10:30 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., or sometimes depending on the line. Going by taxi, the taxis do not charge the same fare, stick to the taxis that can be ordered by phone since they are the cheapest. Most if not all of the taxis that roam the streets charge more, even for short rides. Going by bicycle, there are ones available for rent via the Slovenian Tourist Information Center. Ljubljana also has the “Bicikelj” scheme, wherein interested individuals are able to rent bikes for a week with the stations normally at 300 bikes for each of the 30 stations all throughout the city.

How to get there

The airport, Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, operates scheduled and seasonal flights to and from destinations like Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Paris, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich, Belgrade, Tel Aviv, London, Podgorica, and more. These stops can be reached with flights operated by airlines like Adria Airways, Air France, Air Serbia, Arkia Israel Airlines, easyJet, Finnair, LOT Polish Airlines, Sun d’Or International Airlines operate by El Al, Swiss International Air Lines, Turkish Airlines, and Wizz Air. The airport also operates charter flights via airlines like Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air Malta, Astra Airlines, Japan Airlines, Onur Air, and Tunisair, to name a few, to Rhodes, Malta, Tokyo, and Monastir, in addition to many more.

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