Purchase tickets at ticket machines

Slovenian Railways train tickets for travel throughout Slovenia can also be purchased at self-service ticket machines.

Passengers are recommended to check the current timetable as well as delays and rail replacement bus services before purchasing your ticket.

Ticket machines enable you to:
  • Purchase of SŽ single tickets for:
    • adults,
    • children up to 6,
    • children aged 6 to 12,
    • young people,
    • seniors;

 

  • Purchase of SŽ single tickets on a chip card for:
    • adults,
    • children aged 6 to 12,

 

  • Purchase of SŽ season tickets:
    • non-transferable (weekly, monthly, semi-annual, annual, monthly one-way),
    • flat-rate (non-transferable, transferable),
    • student (monthly, semi-annual, annual);

 

  • Purchase of IJPP tickets on an IJPP chip card:
    • One-off,
    • Daily,
    • Weekly,
    • Monthly,
    • Annual;

 

  • Purchase of IJPP weekend tickets with up to 75% discount on an IJPP chip card:
    • One-off weekends,
    • Daily Weekend,
    • Family 5,
    • Family 10;

 

  • Purchase of IJPP subsidised tickets for students and registered athletes – on a IJPP chip card:
    • Monthly M10 (extra charge for urban public transport),
    • Monthly SLO (option for extra charge for urban public transport),
    • Annual M10 (option for extra charge for urban public transport),
    • Annual SLO (option for extra charge for urban public transport),
    • City pass – monthly,
    • City pass – annual.

 

The purchase and extension of tickets using a SŽ or IJPP chip card is only possible by using a chip card that the user already has or has previously obtained at SŽ-PP and/or IJPP sales outlets.

 

Subsidised IJPP tickets can only be purchased if the user has previously presented the relevant proof and ID at one of SŽ ticket offices.

 

Short instructions on how to purchase a ticket at a ticket machine:
  • Press the “Buy ticket” button (on the home screen);
  • Select your travel route;
  • Press the green “Select Station” button to select the departure station, which can be selected by clicking on one of the pre-provided stations or by entering letters using the on-screen keyboard;
  • Check the date and, if necessary, correct it using the calendar that opens when you click on the date field (if you are not travelling on the day you buy the ticket, as the date is pre-set to the day you use the ticket machine);
  • Select the type and number of tickets by pressing the “Tickets” button;
  • After pressing the green “Next step” button, you will see several different connections for the selected route;
  • Select the train type and class;
  • If you wish, you can press the “No transfers” button to select only those connections that do not include transfers;
  • After pressing the “Next step”, a summary of the selected purchase will appear in a new window, where you can check the details of your selection and the final price of your purchase; if you wish, you can return to the previous steps and start the ticket selection again by pressing “Back”;
  • Before continuing the purchase procedure, it is also necessary to confirm the button “I am aware of the General Terms and Conditions for the use of the self-service points of sale (ticket machines) of SŽ – Potniški promet, d. o. o. and the Privacy Policy of the company”;
  • Once confirmed, you will be able to press the “Buy for (price) EUR” button on the screen;
  • After pressing the “Buy for ‘price’ EUR”, the application will redirect you to the payment method selection, where you will be shown the available payment methods;
  • After successful payment, a new window will display “Purchase successful” and a slot door will open below the screen for you to collect your ticket.
Means of payment

Tickets purchased at a ticket machine can be paid in cash, by credit cards or by VALU.

Ticket machine locations

We plan to install 156 self-service ticket machines at 142 locations. The table below shows, in alphabetical order, the railway stations where ticket purchase via a ticket machine is already possible. The list is updated regularly.

Blanca 

Breg

Brestanica

Brezovica

Brežice

Borovnica

Celje

Celje Lava

Črnomelj*

Divača

Dobova

Dolga Gora

Gaber

Gradac

Grobelno

Grosuplje

Hoče

Hrastnik

Ilirska Bistrica

Jarše-Mengeš

Jesenice

Jevnica

Kamnik

Kamnik Graben

Koper

Kranj

Kresnice

Krško

Laško

Lavrica

Laze

Lesce – Bled

Litija

Ljubljana

Ljubljana Brinje

Ljubljana Črnuče

Ljubljana Dolgi Most

Ljubljana Ježica

Ljubljana Litostroj

Ljubljana Rakovnik

Ljubljana Stegne

Ljubljana Tivoli

Ljubljana Vižmarje

Ljubljana Vodmat

Ljubljana Zalog

Logatec 

Loka

Maribor

Maribor Tezno*

Medvode

Metlika

Mirna

Mirna Peč

Mlačevo

Notranje Gorice

Novo mesto

Novo mesto Center

Novo mesto Kandija

Orehova vas

Paška vas

Pivka

Podnart

Poljčane

Polzela

Ponikve na Dolenjskem

Postojna

Preserje

Prestranek

Rače

Radeče

Radohova vas

Radovljica

Rakek

Reteče

Ribnica

Rimske Toplice

Rodica

Sava

Semič

Sevnica

Sežana

Slovenska Bistrica

Slovenski Javornik

Šempeter v Savinjski dolini

Šentilj

Šentjur

Škofja Loka

Škofljica

Štore

Šmarje pri Jelšah

 

Šmarje-Sap 

Šmartno ob Paki

Šoštanj

Trbovlje

Trebnje

Velenje

Višnja Gora

Zagorje

Zidani Most

Žalec

Žalna

Žirovnica

 

*currently inactive

For more information on train times, fares and other offers of Slovenske železnice:

  • Visit one of our InfoCentres at the train stations in Koper, Ljubljana, Celje, and Maribor;
  • Visit a station ticket office;
  • Call our toll-free number 080 81 11 (for calls made from Slovenia), or dial +386 1 29 13 331 (for calls made from abroad);
  • Send an e-mail with your question to [email protected].