In Slovenia, Štrekna bus is part of public intercity bus transport with set prices. The journey from Dravograd to Labot/Lavamünd in Austria costs an additional 2 €.
As an example, we list some selected routes (the price of a one-way ticket). The Štrekna cycling route runs between Gornji Dolič and Otiški Vrh (Begant stop).
Velenje (Bus station (AP)) – Gornji Dolič - € 1.80, Velenje (AP) – Begant - € 4.10, Velenje (AP) – Dravograd (AP) - € 4.10
Gornji Dolič – Slovenj Gradec - € 2.30, Gornji Dolič – Begant - € 3.10
Slovenj Gradec – Velenje (AP) - 3.10 €, Slovenj Gradec – Begant - € 1.80
Bicycle transport is free again this year.
Tickets can be purchased on the bus and at the Velenje and Slovenj Gradec bus stations.
Reservations are not possible, as public bus passenger transport does not allow this.
The Štrekna bus is part of the public bus passenger transport, so you can also use it as a passenger without a bicycle.
The Štrekna cycling route runs separately from the main road almost in its entirety, but at the same time it never veers too far away from it. Parking is possible near all stations and stops where bicycles can be loaded on the Štrekna bus.
For safety reasons, bicycles can be loaded at the following stops or stations: Velenje Lake, AP Velenje, Gornji Dolič, Mislinja, Slovenj Gradec, Otiški Vrh, Begant, Dravograd, Labot trg (Lavamünd Marktplatz), Labot Lake (Lavamünd Badesee). At the Gornji Dolič and Begant stops, boarding and disembarking as well as loading bicycles is only possible at the bus stop in front of the inn (right side in the direction of Slovenj Gradec).
The bicycle trailer has brackets for conventional bicycles as well as five racks for electric bicycles.