Taxi transfer to Maribor

Private taxi to Maribor from Ljubljana Jože Pučnik airport


  Taxi transfer to Maribor downtown, from Ljubljana airport, lasts good one hour and a half. There is 131 kilometers distance from Jože Pučnik Ljubljana airport to Maribor and a bit less from city Ljubljana. The route to the airport Edvarda Rusjana in Maribor is 10 kilometers shorter, therefore taking 10 minutes less of driving. To book a private transfer to Maribor directly via online booking form and other contact info, please scroll down.


   Maribor is the second-largest city in Slovenia. The nice small town is placed in the natural surroundings of Pohorje and vineyards on top of the hills, separated in the middle by the Drava river. Even that Maribor is not one of the top tourist destinations in Slovenia, it has many quality offers and a lot of diversity. One of the main attractions is the oldest grapevine in the world, which still bears grapes. Maribor is also known to many ski lowers, as a place where annual women ski world cup competition takes place. The famous Pohorska lisica or Golden Fox of Pohorje was held in 2014 already for the 50th time! Many football fans know FC Maribor as the only Slovenian club to ever compete in the champions league.


   Airtrail Slovenia offers private transfer to Maribor from the city Ljubljana per budget price 129 euros. We offer also van transfers to Maribor for small groups for up to 8 passengers per 169 eur. The prices listed are all costs included, no extras for highway fees or luggage. Extra discounts are given for return transfers and sightseeings. On request, all vehicles can be equipped with baby seats, no extra charge. Give us a call at +386 41 281 228 or send us an email at:

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Price list airport shuttle and private transfers to or from Maribor 


Taxi transfer to Maribor from airport Ljubljana 149 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from Ljubljana city 129 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor Pohorje from Ljubljana 129 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from Bled lake 179 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from Bohinj 209 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from Kranjska gora 219 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from airport Klagenfurt 249 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from airport Trieste 249 eur

Taxi transfer to Maribor from airport Venice 349 eur

* price for door to door Maribor transfers with standard car



   Info & legal taxi transfer to Maribor page. All prices for taxi and shuttle services in Maribor Slovenia listed here are guaranteed, no matter road traffic or unforeseen events. Costs per taxi transfer from inside Slovenia to Maribor as highway or tunnel fees are included in the rate. Taxi transfer to Maribor ski resort Pohorje and football stadium from Ljubljana costs the same as to the Maribor city center. Tourist bus transportation to Maribor from other cities in Slovenia Kranj, Postojna, Radovljica, Piran, Portorož is billed by kilometers driven. Maribor Shuttle connections from airports in Italy, transfer from Ronchi dei legionari Trieste to Maribor, and transfer from Marco Polo Venice to Maribor, need to be booked 24 hours in advance. Transfers to Maribor from Austria, airport shuttle transportation from Klagenfurt to Maribor or transport from Villach to Maribor are possible upon agreement. The airport shuttle Maribor Edvard Rusjan and airport taxi from Maribor Edvard Rusjan airport are not provided by Airtrail. Private car service Slovenia Maribor to Ljubljana or private transfers from Maribor to Bled lake are provided in cooperation with local taxi or shuttle companies. Geotag Slovenian Styria, Maribor, Marburg, Marybor Slovenia. thank you for visiting Taxi transfer to Maribor page.

Getting from the airport Ljubljana


  When your visit to Slovenia starts with flying in, you will land at 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 passenger transportation options available at the airport. The quickest is to take a taxi stationed right in front of the exit from the airport building. Of course like everywhere in the world this type of airport 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 60 euros or more. Much cheaper are low-cost taxi companies such as Airtrail, which offer private transfers from Ljubljana airport to Ljubljana city at a flat rate of 40 euro. The problem is as they are based in the city, you need to prebook them in advance, otherwise, you will wait some 30 minutes on your on-budget cab. Which is not something you want after a long day of traveling. 


  Even cheaper are minibus shuttle companies standing at the parking place at the exit from the main airport terminal. They offer shared ride transfers with Minivans to the city of Ljubljana for 15 euros per person. This is a fair price, especially because some of the companies offer door-to-door service at the same flat rate. Of course, there are also downsides to shared shuttle rides. Sometimes you will wait for an hour or more for a shuttle bus to be filled up with other passengers. It will also take much longer for every passenger to be delivered to their final address in the city. Plus, if you travel in company with two others, the price per person will be actually lower if you book a low-cost private taxi ride for 35 euro. That will cost you less, plus your taxi driver will wait for you in front of the arrivals terminal with a name sign, ready to go. After you hop into the taxi, driving to the Ljubljana city center should not take more than 25 minutes.


The third option is public transport. There are no train connections from the Ljubljana airport, only one bus line. The Bus drives regularly from 5:00h in the morning till 20:00h in the evening every full hour. A bus ticket to Ljubljana's main train station will cost you around 5 euro and the journey lasts approximately 45 minutes. Tickets are purchased on the bus, all the buses are clean and safe. Checked personally :)


  Whatever means of passenger transportation you gonna choose, people in Slovenia are always friendly to visitors and likewise cab and bus drivers. In Slovenia, there is no such thing as an obligatory tip. However, the habit is to tip at some 10%, and please look in the eyes when talking to or shaking hands. That is something Slovenians pay great attention to. Not looking in the eyes of your counterpart means you´re not honest. Honesty and nature are two things people in this small but unbelievable beautiful country value the most.


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