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Travel tips

Your Europe website provides you with a great deal of travel planning information: practical tips on the necessary documents, information on the rights of travellers in the European Union, what to bring with you, what about money and how to travel safely.

European Youth Card for anyone under the age of 30, the card offers 60,000 discounts Find discounts for cultural activities, shops, transport, catering and hotel services on the map.

ISIC Card – With this internationally recognized student card, you can get a discount for travelling, visiting museums and major tourist attractions. See where you can get this card, which gives you a discount in about 125,000 places in nearly 130 countries.

USE IT is first-hand information for young people – maps created by local youth. USE-IT maps are different from other commercial maps in that they are created by young people from the local environment who seek to represent the city and life in the way it is seen and lived by locals. The information is free, fresh (updated annually) and non-commercial, since inclusion is not chargeable to anyone. USE-IT tourist information is available in more than forty cities across Europe, including Ljubljana.

Izlet na dlani (Trip at Hand) – Tips on where to find cheap airline tickets, accommodations and travel tips.

Cheaper flight tickets

Travelling by plane is no longer as expensive as it used to be. You can buy a cheap flight ticket to European destinations from the most visited websites.

Skyscanner – Find the cheapest among the millions of flights available on this website. You can search by price and destination.

Momondo – Website allows you to compare prices of more than 700 websites with travel offers.

Cheapflights – Choose your country and find airlines that offer cheap flights.

Remember that passenger rights are valid in Europe. You can also download the smartphone app with all the information you need.

Travel by train

While travelling by train, you can see the landscape, trains are also a good way to travel around Europe, especially short distances. If the destination is farther away, you can travel by night train and connect the overnight travel to the trip.

InterRail – Passport for train travel across Europe. If you plan to visit more countries you can save money with the InterRail Pass. Choose the combinations that best suit your travel plan for Europe, and simply show your InterRail Pass on the train.

RailEurope – Set up your own itinerary, using the timetable of 50 different rail companies in Europe.

Travel by bus

Travelling by bus offers similar benefits to travelling by train, as well as watching the landscape and travelling at night. Although bus travel can be slower, you can only get to some of the more distant places by bus.

Eurolines – Line service connecting all major European cities. Take a look at different destinations and timetables.

FlixBus – Low cost provider for long distance travel across Europe.

Nomago – It offers long distance and international transport as well as airports transfers.

Travel by car

Even if you do not have a car, you can still choose one for travelling across Europe. Car sharing gives you flexibility, you don’t even need a driver’s license. The driver and passengers share the costs, and you can meet new people on the trip. – This website is intended to help coordinate student transport within Slovenia. Contact information is only available to logged-in users for privacy reasons. Registration is free.

Blablacar – You can join drivers on a trip around Europe.

Avant2Go – Electric vehicles that you rent when you need them, and return them when you arrive at your desired destination. Available in Ljubljana and other cities around Slovenia.


You may not have thought of that, but an overnight ferry trip may be the best option, especially in the Mediterranean and Scandinavia. – You can search over 1,800 ferry connections in Europe. – More than 1200 ferry connections in the UK, France, Spain, Ireland, the Netherlands, the Mediterranean and around Europe.

Jadrolinija – Ferry to the Croatian islands.