Travel options
from Ljubljana to Rome

You can get from Ljubljana to Rome by train, bus or flight.

No journeys found

We couldn’t find any journeys for this date. Click below and try searching for another date.

These companies trust us. We sell their tickets all in one place.

Trenitalia
Easyjet
Deutsche Bahn
SNCF

COMPARE Prices for trains, buses and flights

Mon
Nov 29
$43Union Ivkoni International
Wed
Dec 1
$30Flixbus
Thu
Dec 2
$30Flixbus
Sun
Dec 5
$36Flixbus
Tue
Dec 7
$30Flixbus
Thu
Dec 9
$40Flixbus
Sat
Dec 11
$42Flixbus
Sun
Dec 12
$40Flixbus
Tue
Dec 14
$30Flixbus
Wed
Dec 15
$30Flixbus
Thu
Dec 16
$43Union Ivkoni International
Sat
Dec 18
$48Flixbus

Travel Information to Rome from Ljubljana

distanceDistance303 miles (489 km)
modeAvailable travel modesBus or flight
priceTicket price range$38 - $506
cheapestCheapest modeBus • $38 (€31) • 9 h 45 min
fastestFastest modeFlight • $506 (€408) • 1 h 5 min
carriersPopular travel companiesFlixbus or Finnair

Travel 303 miles (489 km) by bus or flight from Ljubljana to Rome. If speed is a priority, then a flight is the best option with an average duration of 1 h 5 min; whereas, if saving money is more important, then a bus is the best option with prices starting as low as $38 (€31). The most popular travel companies which serve this trip are Flixbus or Finnair among others. Travelers can even take a direct from Ljubljana to Rome.

The Window Seat

Read more about Rome

Capital Gains
Capital Gains

Europe’s biggest capital cities are all mesmerizing in their own right but depending on what type of person you are, one of the big five—Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Rome—will call to you more...

Continue reading
Rome: A City Guide
Rome: A City Guide

Rome is an expansive and complex city, an open-air museum if you will, of historical monuments and ancient ruins that define its beauty. Antiquity, combined with modernity creates an intoxicating and gritty mix, which is difficult to resist. With a...

Continue reading
The Green Light
The Green Light

We live in uncertain times and it’s normal to feel stressed about the future. As we are all forced to spend more time at home, our routines have also become more limited and monotonous—think thrice-daily commutes...

Continue reading