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Transfers to and from MARIBOR
Ljubljana to Maribor private transfers
Standard private transfer, 1-3 persons, 130,00€/vehicle
Standard private transfer, 4-8 persons, 150,00€/vehicle
We offer private transfers from Ljubljana to Maribor / Maribor Airport. You can also order other way Maribor to Ljubljana with us, as well as any other place in Slovenia.
Maribor (German: Marburg, Italian: Marburgo) is the second largest city in Slovenia. Maribor is also the largest and the capital city of Slovenian region Lower Styria and the seat of the Municipality of Maribor.
In 2012 Maribor was the European Capital of Culture and next year it was selected by The European Youth Forum to be the 2013 European Youth Capital.
Architecture comprises Maribor city Library Rotovz with Rotovz Square, Maribor Island, there are interesting bridges like Corinthian Bridge, Footbridge Studenti, Old Bridge from 1913, Tito’s bridge, Rail bridge, Double-storey bridge, and many remains of medieval walls, including towers Judgement Tower, Maribor Water Tower and Jewish Tower.
Popular tourist sites in Maribor include the 12th century Maribor Cathedral in the Gothic style and the Maribor Town Hall constructed in the Renaissance style while the Maribor castle dates from the 15th century.
Piramida Hill with chapel from 19th century dominates on the northern border limit of the city. Here you can recognize ruins of first Maribor’s castle from 12th century. It also offers easy-to-reach view on Maribor and further to the south, along with Drava river.
The city hosts the University of Maribor, established in 1975, and many other schools. It is also home to the oldest grapevine in the world, called Stara trta, which is more than 400 years old.
Every January, the skiing centre of Mariborsko Pohorje, situated on the outskirts of the city on the slopes of the Pohorje mountain range, hosts women’s slalom and giant slalom races for the Alpine Skiing World Cup known as Zlata lisica (The Golden Fox). Every June, the two-week Festival Lent (named after the waterfront district called Lent) is held, with hundreds of musical, theatrical and other events.
Maribor has many touristic places and attractions, such as many interesting events:
Lent Festival – major festival event held for approximately two weeks at the end of June. Every year the festival attracts theatre, opera, ballet performers, classical, modern, and jazz musicians and dancers from all over the world as well as visitors. There are also mimes, magicians, and acrobats performing during the festival.
House of the oldest grapevine in the world (Hiša stare trte) – in Maribor is also the world’s oldest living grapevine, which was (in 2004) signed in book of Guinness World Records. The grapevine is about 440 years old.
Relaxed area of the city is sure Maribor City Park with City Aquarium and Terrarium, wide promenade, which lead to the Three Ponds (Trije ribniki). Park itself hosts over 100 local and foreign species of deciduous and coniferous trees.
Maribor Synagogue (Sinagoga Maribor) – built in 14th century is the second oldest in Europe. Today, it serves as a centre for cultural activities and it offers visitors various events including exhibitions, concerts, literary evenings and round tables. The Synagogue is located in the square Jewish square (Židovski trg) in the former Jewish quarter.
The distance from Ljubljana to Maribor is around 130 km and the journey takes 1h and 30min.
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