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Main campus: N46° 2.53', E14° 29.26'
Reactor centre: N46° 5.59', E14° 35.81'

If you plan to visit the Institute please contact the public relations office.

Jožef Stefan Institute
Jamova cesta 39
SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Telephone: +386 1 477 39 00 (operator),


Network Access at the Institute
Guest Guidelines for Institute network access are available for the use at the campus and in Institute appartments.


By airplane
The Ljubljana airport lies 23 km outside of Ljubljana close to the village called Brnik. See the map for further information. The national carrier is Adria Airways. Ljubljana airport has regular connections with all main airports in Europe.

There are regular bus connections to Ljubljana main bus station. Taxi fare cost from the airport to Ljubljana is approximately €30. Various shuttles are also available and will take you to Ljubljana for the cost of €8-10.

By train
The railway station is situated in the middle of the town. To get train information you may call the Railway station, Telephone +386 1 291 33 12, +386 1 291 33 32 or Slovenijaturist, Telephone: +386 1 291 30 71.
You may get from here to the Jožef Stefan Institute by taxi (taxi fare cost is about 5 EUR) or by local buses (see below).

By bus
The Bus station is situated in the middle of the town in front of the Railway station. To get bus information you may call the Bus station, Telephone: +386 1 234 46 06.
You may get from here to the Jožef Stefan Institute by taxi (taxi fare cost is about 5 EUR), or by local buses (see below).

By car
Detailed driving directions depending on the direction that you are coming from, can be found on sites such as Google maps, Travelmath, etc.


By local buses
In Ljubljana the public transportation is by buses (Ljubljanski potniski promet). The fee €0,8 can only be paid with the Urbana Card, which can be bought for €2 at many locations including various tobacconists and news-stands, tourist offices or the central bus station. Credit can be added for any amount between €1-50 at these same locations or at some three dozen green Ticket vending machines (Urbanomat) scattered around town. The fee includes unlimited number of bus changes within 90 minutes period. For group transport one card is sufficient, just inform the driver in advance how many persons you are paying for.

From the main bus and train station take bus number 9 (direction Trnovo), take off on the second bus stop (in front of the book store) and change to the line No. 1 (direction Mestni log) or 6 (direction Dolgi most). We recommend to take bus No. 1, because it stops in front of the side entrance to the Jožef Stefan Institute on Jadranska cesta (take off at the 5th bus stop). Bus No. 6 stops (5th bus stop) on Tržaška street about 5 minutes walking distance from the Institute. See the map with marked bus route.

From another JSI site
A regular minibus service connecting the main JSI sites is available. Please use the application to check the schedule and book a free ride. Note that early and late trips need to be booked in in advance. (Before 14.00 on the last working day before the trip for morning trips and before 11.00 on the same day for the afternoon trips).

J. Stefan Institute, Jamova 39, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia, Telephone: +386 1 477 39 00