Pula (Istria)

Istria is close by and offers a beautiful, interesting and exciting experience. You can stay in the town of Pula, travel along the coast or stop at one of the towns in central Istria (e.g. Pazin, Buzet etc.). 

Why travel to Istria? Because the peninsula is an interesting, charming and diverse place to visit.

Istria is close by and offers a beautiful, interesting and exciting experience. You can stay in the town of Pula, travel along the coast or stop at one of the towns in central Istria (e.g. Pazin, Buzet etc.). The area of Buzet is known for hiking and cycling trails and the area of Roč with its rocky terrain is interesting for paragliding and climbing fans. You can also make a trip to the smallest town in the world named Hum or visit numerous inviting events being organized in Istria throughout the year. More information on the events in Istria is available at the internet sites Istra and Osrednja Istra.

Pazin

Honey Days, Museum Night, TRADinETNO festival, Jules Verne Days, Lindar, Pazin’s traditional fair, Seven Days of Creativity, Evening of Croatian Harmony Singing Groups, Fantastic literature festival, Pancake festival and much more.

A return ticket from Ljubljana to Pazin will cost you 11.80 to 23.60 euros.

Buzet

Festival of Istrian and Kvarner Harmony Singing Groups, Enduro motorcycle race, International Meeting of Diatonic Accordions, Downhill Buzet race, The Day of Hum and traditional election of the district prefect, Petkotina – alternative music festival, Subotina recreational cycling, Subotina in the old fashioned way, European championship of hill climb racing, Exhibition and tasting of Istrian brandy, Weekend of Truffles and others. 

A return ticket from Ljubljana to Buzet will cost you 9.6 to 19.20 euros.

Vodnjan

‘’My kažun’’ workshop and New Olive Oil Days.

A return ticket from Ljubljana to Vodnjan or Kanfanar will cost you 13 to 26 euros.

Pula

Pula Film Festival

A return ticket from Ljubljana to Pula will cost you 15 to 30 euros.

The town of Pula                                                                                 

The town at the tip of the Istrian peninsula needs no introduction. The famous Roman amphitheatre from the first century, Triumphal Arch of the Sergi, Temple of Augustus, Archaeological Museum of Istria, and much more…

If you plan to make a longer stay in Pula, visiting the Brioni National Park would certainly be a nice addition to your holiday. The park was closed to the public for a long time and therefore stirs the imagination and compels the visitor to take a peak. A special train takes you through the park to the Roman remains, early Christian basilica, local museum, and zoological gardens. You will also see what is believed to be the oldest olive tree in the world, which still bears fruit, even though it was struck by lightning and is today held together with cement. You can also visit the museum of Josip Broz Tito.

 

Pula also provides an excellent base to visit a number of beaches, some being close by and some a bit further away.

Timetable

Timetable is valid until 10. December 2016

StationLP 2606/7705/4713
Ljubljana 13.12
Postojna 14.19
Divača 14.54
Hrpelje - Kozina 15.01
Podgorje 15.29
Rakitovec 15.43
Buzet - arrival 15.51*
Buzet - departure 15.56
Lupoglav 16.17
Pazin 16.46
Kanfanar 17.17
Pula 17.52

Note:

Above times indicate departure times in Slovenia, respectively arrival times at stations outside Slovenia.

Trains LP 2606, 7705 in 4713 operate each day.

*Times in bold type refer to changing of trains.

 

Timetable is valid until 10. December 2016

Station4706/7704/2615
Pula 13.20
Kanfanar 13.58
Pazin 14.39
Lupoglav 15.12
Buzet - arrival 15.31
Buzet - departure 16.00
Rakitovec 16.08
Podgorje 16.22
Hrpelje - Kozina 16.33
Divača - arrival 16.46*
Divača - departure 17.00/17.45
Postojna 17.37/18.21
Ljubljana  18.41/19.25

Note:

Above times indicate departure times at stations outside Slovenia, respectively arrival times at stations in Slovenia.

Trains 4706/7704 operate each day. Train 2615 operates from Monday to Friday (not operating on public holidays and work-free days in the RS).

*Times in bold type refer to changing of trains

 Price list for travel to Pula (2nd Class)

Ticket type and routeEUR

Price list is valid from 13. December 2015.

*Young under 20 years.

 

Single ticket

26.40

Return ticket

 

  Standard return ticket

31.60

Group (6 or more), per person

24.80

  Group of young* (6 or more), per person

15.80

  City Star International

 

   1 passenger

56.00

   2 passengers

84.00

   3 passengers

112.00

   4 passengers

140.00

   5 passengers

168.00

Bicycle ticket (single)

5.00