SOČA RIVER VALLEY – AMAZING FAIRYTALE IN WESTERN SLOVENIANature and history is your thing? Than you cannot miss this hidden gem!
Soča river Valleyis mostly known by its adventure type of tourism – rafting, canyoning, etc. But it is much more. Our opinion is, that this is the most beautiful part of Slovenia – regarding the nature. The emerald green Soča river, the mountains – it truly is something forthe nature lovers. There is also a lot of history – theFirst World War was fought here. And it sure left its mark in this area.
Tour is available in the summer season, from April 1st to October 31st. every day; 8.00 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.
It is also available in the rest of the year but it differs – if there is too much snow the Vršič pass is closed.
Price: € 115 per person
Ljubljana - Kranjska Gora – Vršič pass
Our first goal of the day is Kranjska Gora – best known ski resort in Slovenia with its surroundings. We will pass it and go towards the most famous pass in the country – Vršič pass (1611). There are many curves to arrive to the top of it but don’t worry – we will make some stops on our way. First it will be the Russian chapel - a monument from the time of World War I. and the second the rocky face of so called Pagan girl. No, no, no, we will tell you their legends on the tour.
Trenta valley and Bovec
Leaving Vršič Pass we will descend in Trenta, a horseshoe-shaped valley and stop in Bovec – a small but idyllic village in the middle of Julian Alps and also a starting point for hikers, bikers, and all other adventurists. Nice. Really nice. We will take a (lunch) break here.
Kobarid with its museum and Italian ossuary
Our next stop will be Kobarid – another small town, guarded by the mountains. Here we will visit the Italian ossuary from the big war. It is set upon a hill and it is final resting place for more than 7000 Italian soldier. Then we will visit museum and see how the front line changed the life of local people.
Most na Soči
Final stop of the day will be a small village called Most na Soči. “Most” meaning “bridge” in Slovenian and yes, you got it – there is a small bridge. But also a small lake. And a nice ending to a fine day.
WHAT DO I NEED FOR THIS TOUR?
Firstly – a smile on your face. But we also recommend a nice comfortable shoes in which you can also walk a little uphill and appropriate clothes – as in this mountain area it can be a little cooler.
€ 115 per person
English speaking guide
Transport and organization
Price does not include:
Meals and personal expences
Optional Kobarid museum entrance fee (€7 per person)
Meeting point varies depending on option booked:
We reserve the right to change the content of the programme in case of a higher force.Our scheduled day trips have a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 8 passengers (single traveller surcharge is €50 when there are no other bookings for the tour).We can also make you this as a private tour. Contact us and let’s discuss about it.