I’ve left Italy, and my friends behind to travel east.
Today I started what I would call a sample of travelling solo – and I am not hating it.
True it will only be for a couple of days, but I am hoping to get an idea of how it would be.
So far so good, I’ve arrived in Ljubljana safe and sound after 8 hours of travelling, and I have the feeling I am going to like this city.
I’ll be here for one day alone, which is supposed to be ok in a small city like this one. Tomorrow night I am hoping to catch the night bus to Budapest.
So far I can tell you it is not easy to get out of Italy through Venice.
After a lot of online search I thought I had the journey figured out, only to arrive at the train station and realise the opposite.
I am going to let you know how I did, for follow travellers wishing to do the same.
Travelling Venice – Ljubljana
I took the 11.20 bus out of Venice (Venezia Tronchetto – the weirdest bus station I have ever seen – with no one around to ask for directions) to Villach Hbf.
I arrived at around 14.50 and had to wait until 16.53 for my connecting train. The train stations is thankfully, literally right in front of the bus stop.
The train I took continued to Zagreb, so I had to be carefull with the stops, and safely arrived in Ljubljana at 18.30.
The total cost of the journey was 47 euros – a little more than expected.