Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split

Taxi transfer to Split, Croatia from Ljubljana and Bled lake

   Looking for a reliable and affordable taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split? If you wonder how to reach Split, Croatia or how to book a taxi transfer to Split from LJU airport, Ljubljana city or Bled lake you just landed on the right webpage. Croatian town Split is located 531 kilometers away from Ljubljana downtown. In ideal circumstances, it takes 5 hours of driving to reach Split by car from Ljubljana city. During summer tourist season driving time can be longer due to the long lines at the border and more car traffic at the highways. Though, our team of drivers knows pretty much every trick in the book how to avoid getting stuck in traffic jams, by using local roads and avoiding most frequented border crossings.

   We offer you a reliable door to door private transfers to Split from either Ljubljana city, Bled lake or any other spot in Slovenia and near abroad. One of the advantages of booking your transfer to Split with us is, you will be taken care of by a highly experienced team of our drivers. Our company is in private transfer business from 2013, but the owner itself started as a taxi driver back in 1998! By the year 2019, we made sure that more than 64.000 clients arrived at their desired destination on time and without one single traffic accident. Our company Airtrail Slovenia was the first Slovenian taxi or shuttle company listed on Tripadvisor and we received TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 4 consecutive years in the row.

  One popular way of doing transfer from Slovenia to Split is to cut it in half. For example, you could stop halfway in Plitvice, to visit Plitvice waterfalls, one of the must-see natural attractions in Croatia. Also possible is to do a stop in the Croatian capital Zagreb, or in the coastal town Zadar. We are absolutely flexible about extra stops or detours on the way to Split from any starting point in Slovenia. Typically in such a case, the cost for your transfer increases just for drivers waiting time, as all mentioned places are basically on the main route to Split.

 Below are flat rates with included all costs for a door to door transfer with an upper-middle-class limousine for a maximum of 3 passengers and luggage. We do offer also family van type of cars and minibusses for transfers of small groups or families for 4 and up to 8 people. Please call us if you need more information or more exact quote, we are available also via Whatsapp, Viber or Telegram. You can book your transfer also directly on our webpage online. Or send us an email at We will be happy to answer you in English, Russian and German language.


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Flat rates for private door to door transfers:



Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split sedan 499 eur

Taxi transfer LJU airport to Split sedan 529 eur

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split family van 549 eur

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split minivan 599 eur

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split minibus 999 eur

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split via Otocec 499 eur *

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split via Opatija 529 eur * 

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split via Zagreb 499 eur *

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split via Plitvice 499 eur *

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split via Zadar 499 eur *

Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split via Krka 499 eur *

Taxi transfer Bled lake to Split sedan 549 eur

Taxi transfer Piran Slovenia to Split sedan 549 eur


* not included waiting time for extra stops


Split info

    Split is Croatia's second-largest city and a vibrant port city that offers a lot of history and things to do. Split is the economic and cultural center on the Dalmatian coast and supply hub for nearby islands. Every day many local islanders land into the city for work or shoping as the same ferries take tourists out to the islands. A must-see in Split is the Diocletian's Palace, a World Heritage Site, mainly known lately due to the popular series " Game of Thrones". Day trips to islands, or sightseeing trips with boats, world-class nightlife and amazing restaurants, you will be guaranteed not to be bored in Split. 


general information to Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split site. Airtrail Slovenia provides Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split as well as taxi transfers from international airports in Austria and Italy to Split. Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split rate includes all costs as highway or tunnel fees. Transfers to Split from Ronchi del legionari Trieste, or transfers to Split from Venice Marco Polo can be organized in cooperation with local taxi or shuttle companies from Trieste and Venice. Private airport transfers from Ljubljana airport to Split Croatia are only provided if booked and confirmed in advance, last-minute bookings on the go from Ljubljana airport are not possible. The same is valid also for transfers from area of Bled lake to Split, they need to be booked in advance online or via email. Pick up location at Ljubljana airport and meet and greet details are confirmed for every transfer individually due to reorganization at LJU Brnik airport (2019- 2020).Transfers from some hotels in Ljubljana city are not door to door due to city limitations for cars. We also offer transfers from Ljubljana to Dubrovnik, either directly, or with stops in Split. The starting point for the Split route in such a case inside the pedestrian zone in city Ljubljana is determined case by case. In most cases your taxi driver will pick you up in person.Uber services are not legal on the territory of Slovenia and we do not cooperate with any Uber entity either in Slovenia or any in any other country in near abroad. Services provided by our company are in accordance with transportation laws of Slovenia, city Ljubljana and taxi and shuttle service directives EU. Thank you for visiting Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split page. Geo tag on Taxi transfer Ljubljana to Split page : Split Croatia, Plitvice waterfalls , Plitvice lakes, Ljubljana Slovenia, Spalato

Getting from the airport

   When your visit to Slovenia starts with flying in, you will land on Slovenia´s main international airport Ljubljana or in slovenian aerodrom Jožeta Pučnika.If you didn´t pre-book a transfer to your destination, there are a few options available. The quickest is to take taxi stationed right in front of the exit from the airport building. Of course like everywhere in the world this type of transfer is the most expensive one. Using one of the taxis from the airport taxi stand to the city center of Ljubljana, which is some 25 km away, will cost you some 60 eur. Much cheaper are low-cost taxi companies as Airtrail, that offer transfers from Ljubljana airport to Ljubljana city per flat rate of 30 eur. Problem is just you need to prebook them in advance, otherwise you will wait some 30 minutes on your cab, which is not something you want after a long flight.


  Even cheaper are shuttle companies standing at the parking place across the main airport terminal. They offer shared ride transfers with Minivan to the city Ljubljana for 10 eur per person, what is a fair price, specially because some of the companies offer door to door service per same flat rate. Of course there is also a downside, like always. Sometimes you can wait for your shuttle bus for a full hour and if you travel in company with two others, price per person is the same if you book low cost taxi for 30 eur. That will cost you the same, just your driver will wait for you in front of the arrivals terminal exit, with your name on a small board, ready to go. After you hop in your cab, driving to city center should not take more than 25 minutes.


  Third option is public transport. There is no train from the airport, only one bus line. Bus drives regularly from 5:00h in morning till 20:00h in the evening every full hour. Bus ticket to Ljubljana main station will cost you 4.5 eur and yourney last approximately 45 minutes.Tickets are purchased on the bus, all the buses are clean and safe. Checked personally :)


  What ever you gona choose, people in Slovenia are always friendly to visitors and likewise drivers. In Slovenia there is no such thing as obligatory tip. However the habit is to tip at some 10% and please look in the eyes when talking to or shaking hand. That is something slovenians pay great attention to. Not looking in the eyes of your counterpart means you´re not honest. Honesty and nature is something people in this small but unbelivable beautiful country value the most.


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