It's about 57 USD, but not quick. Shared van, and you get a text the day before telling you the exact time you'll be picked up. The time frame/window for pickup is hours wide, so you need to be flexible. I can pay 146 to guarantee the departure time, but it is still a shared van making stops.
I looked into a train, but there were transfer and a few people commenting that it was a hassle. I can't find those notes now, so I can't remember the price or details, unfortunately.
Thoughts from folks who are more familiar? I don't need to stop and spend time in Venice. Would like to go straight from Verona to Ljubljana. Thanks much.
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Is the Go Opti shuttle a good way to get from Verona to Ljubljana?