Soca River Day Trip

By Roundabout Travel
Ljubljana, Slovenia
$73 / person

From Ljubljana to the beautiful Trenta Valley and Bovec, a melting pot of superb natural attractions. Choose between pure adrenaline activities or immerse yourself into the mystic world of WW1 with glimpses from Ernest Hemingway's life.

From Ljubljana pass Bled head on to the highest Slovenian mountain pass, Mt. Vrsic, with amazing views of the Julian Alps. Land in the beautiful Trenta valley and continue to Bovec, a melting pot of superb natural attractions. The village is famous for the emerald green alpine Soca River scenery, and has grown into a highly appreciated Slovenian extreme sports center. You can either decide to test your adrenaline skills at the white water rafting session or head to Kobarid for a visit of the WW1 museum in Kobarid.

The town of Kobarid played an important role during the WW1 period, that even the great Ernest Hemingway wrote about in his novel Farewell to Arms.

Several sites on the way crossing the mountain pass Vrsic are marked by this important historical event, offering unique views of a ropeway conveyor, pitfalls, the Russian Chapel, the Kluze Fortress, various military via ferrata and many other unspoiled features of great natural and historical value.

One final stop at Kozjak Waterfall – one of the most charming and stunning waterfalls in Slovenia before heading back to Ljubljana.

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