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How many vehicles can drive directly to Lake Bohinj shore? Not enough. How many cars do we want to see while walking along the shore of Lake Bohinj? None. Those who drive by car to Bohinj, can use other nature and environment friendly and cheaper options for parking and transport in Bohinj.

PARK AND RIDE

As a contribution to sustainable mobility, we offer organized free public transport in Bohinj.

Shuttle services to the ski resorts (Vogel, Soriška Planina, Pokljuka) are organised throughout the winter season.

The shuttle services are NOT intended for organized groups of passengers!

You can test the new Julian Alps timetables app, which makes it easier for you to plan your journeys by public transport. Note: in the test phase, the app only includes seasonal bus and shuttle services organised by the destinations of the Julian Alps, but not the regular public passenger transport lines of Slovenia.

Vogel, Soriška planina, Pokljuka

Runs daily from 24. 12. 2022 to 28. 2. 2023.

 

Vogel, Soriška Planina, Pokljuka

Shuttle transfer is available daily in the period from 24 December 2022 to 28 February 2023. Reservation is required at least 1 day before departure according to the timetable until 6 pm on phone number +386 (0)31 813 363. Minimum 2 and maximum 8 passengers per departure.

 

Zatrnik – Pokljuka

Runs on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 24 December 2022 to 12 March 2023 and during the New Year holidays (26 December 2022−2 January 2023) and Winter holidays (30 January−10 February 2023).

OTHER TRANSPORT OPTIONS IN BOHINJ

FAQs

Routes 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and routes to Slap Savica and  Soriška Planina:

Public transport service providers have their own rules and most do not accept dogs on buses. There are exceptions: guide dogs, police dogs, military dogs, rescue unit dogs and mountain rescue dogs accompanied by a guide and guide dogs with the guided person.

The main public transportation services provider in Bohinj (Arriva) also accepts smaller animals on buses, which are transported in dedicated transport boxes.

Arriva has set the regulations regarding the transport of dogs on the basis of Article 42 of the Decree on the method of implementation of economic public service on passenger public line transport in inner road transport and on the concession of this public service, published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 29/2019 as of 6 May 2019.

Article 42

(Transport of animals)

(1) Only live animals may be transported with public line transport vehicles, except:

– police dogs, military dogs, rescue unit dogs and mountain rescue dogs accompanied by a guide,

– guide dogs with the guided person,

– small animals as determined in Paragraph 4 of this Article.

(2) A dog must be kept on a leash, wear a muzzle and have an appropriate certificate of veterinary vaccination, valid for the current year.

(3) Dirty and wet dogs may not be transported. If the vehicle is over-occupied, dogs may not be transported except in extraordinary cases.

(4) Small animals can be transported as hand luggage in appropriate transport means, but the passenger shall take all responsibility for the dog and assure that it does not hinder, endanger or disturb other passengers and dirty the vehicle.

Routes 4, 5 and 8:

Transporting a dog is possible only with a mandatory muzzle.

Buses, used for free organised transport, stop exclusively at points indicated on individual bus lines’ timetables. For more information, see timetables.

Free organised transport is for individual passengers and NOT for organised groups. If you would like a group transfer (e.g. to Vogar-Blato Crossroad or to Pokljuka), please contact the carriers that offer transport for a fee.

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