On 5 October, the direct night train 498/499 between Ljubljana and Munich will be cancelled (due to the upgrade of the Karavanke tunnel, which is expected to be completed in September next year).
Travel to the capital of Croatia from just €9.00.
|2253/7001||IC 211||EC 213|
|Zagreb Gl. kol.||8.55||17.12||21.38|
The timetable is valid from 13 December 2020.
Above times indicate departure times in Slovenia, respectively arrival times at stations outside Slovenia.
|Station||EC 212||IC 210|
|Zagreb Gl. kol.||6.27||12.35|
Above times indicate departure times at stations outside Slovenia, respectively arrival times at stations in Slovenia.
Price list (2nd Class)
|Ticket type and route||EUR|
|Zagreb Spezial – single ticket – adults (Ljubljana–Zagreb)||9.00|
|Zagreb Spezial – return ticket – adults (Ljubljana–Zagreb)||18.00|
|Zagreb Spezial – single ticket (Ljubljana–Zagreb) – children aged 6 to 12
Zagreb Spezial – return ticket (Ljubljana–Zagreb) – children aged 6 to 12
|Zagreb Spezial – single ticket – adults (Celje–Zagreb)||9.00|
|Zagreb Spezial – children aged 6 to 12 (Celje–Zagreb)||4.50|
|Zagreb Spezial – single ticket – adults (Maribor–Zagreb)||12.00|
|Zagreb Spezial – children aged 6 to 12 (Maribor–Zagreb)||6.00|
|Group (6 or more people)* – per person, return ticket|
|Group of young people (6 or more)** – per person, return ticket|
|The price list is valid from 13 December 2020.
* The price applies for one person.
** The price applies for one person under 20 years of age.
You can find more information on train timetables and fares in the timetable finder.
If you plan on travelling throughout Croatia, we recommend the Interrail One Country Pass.
Tickets for international journeys can be purchased at our international ticket offices up to two months in advance.