The Maribor Theatre Festival Lent is nestled within the heart of Maribor, Slovenia. The festival embraces the historic charm of the city, with venues spanning from the medieval Lent district at the Drava River to the scenic streets of the Old Town and the city park.

Getting to Maribor is convenient, with well-established road and rail connections. Here’s a look at your best options:

  • By Car: Maribor’s proximity to the A1 motorway, the primary highway in Slovenia, makes it accessible by car. If your journey begins in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, you’re looking at an approximate 1.5-hour drive.
  • By Train: The city’s main train station, Maribor Glavni Kolodvor, is centrally located, making it a practical choice. Maribor boasts robust train connections to domestic cities and international destinations.
  • By Bus: Regular bus services link Maribor with other Slovenian cities. Conveniently, the main bus station is located adjacent to the city’s train station.
  • By Air: The closest airport to Maribor is Graz Airport in Austria, about a 45-minute drive. Alternatively, Ljubljana airport is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from Maribor.

Once in Maribor, the festival venues are easily accessible by foot, but the city also offers public transportation options, including buses and taxis.

As the specifics of the festival and transportation can change, always refer to the festival’s official website or reach out to the festival organizers for the most accurate, up-to-date information.