Off topic: About bus service from Austria to Ljubljana, Slovenia
Thread poster: RafaLee
| | RafaLee
Local time: 13:04
Spanish to English
Dear my fellow translators
Im planning to travel to Slovenia from Austria on December. I have been looking on the net about the timetable and stuffs but i couldnt find any.
Can any1 please tell me any info about the bus service from Austria (Salzburg or Vienna) to Ljubljana?
Thank you very much
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(just choose the Eastern Europe branch!)
That's an information/discussion site about all topics travel-related! (I just thought to include this to anyone else having any travel-related queries, too!)
| | Zdenka Ivkovcic
Local time: 04:04
English to Croatian
| Why not go by train? || Nov 4, 2003 |
To my knowledge and experience, buses are not typical for Austria. Train service is frequent and reliable. Check www.oebb.at for timetable and prices.
| My suggestion - train || Nov 4, 2003 |
Winter in the Alps can be very challenging, I've never relied on buses unless I had to. I prefer trains (I'm talking about Europe) - more comfortable, convenient, reliable... All I have to do is to sit back and enjoy the scenery. If thirsty or hungry, there's always a restaurant/buffet car just down the isle.
That's my suggestion, but check these sites for more info.
Enjoy your trip! You'll love it.
Next year is my turn.
[Edited at 2003-11-04 14:06]
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