The Soča Valley
with its famous emerald Soča River is located in the West, in the outskirts of Triglav National Park.
with its 500-year-old mining tradition can be found on the way from the Soča Valley towards Ljubljana, in the Idrijca River valley.
The Solčavsko Region,
with one of the most beautiful Alpine valleys, Logarska Valley, and life as it once was can be found in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.
The Kolpa River
enthrals with its magical landscape along the lazy Kolpa River and is located in the South-East of Slovenia, while
a pleasant small town with its long spa and brewing tradition, can be found in the East. How should you experience them in a week?
Here are some hints about what to experience in all five destinations and how to connect them in one week (you can naturally adjust this to your own plans). Soon, the programme will be available as a package deal.
In all the destinations, you can choose between pleasant small accommodation facilities in a natural environment, away from the roads, noise and bustle. The local tourist organisations will advise you of which accommodation to choose and where you will be served local delicacies.
Day 1 and 2
Soča Valley (you can enter the Soča Valley from Ljubljana through Kranjska Gora over the highest Slovenian mountain pass, Vršič, to Bovec and towards Kobarid and Tolmin):
Visit the interactive exhibition Peace Paths in Kobarid, walk on the Kolovrat with a panoramic view of Tolmin and Furlanija and see the outside museum of the 1st World War; you can also visit the Kobarid museum that comprehensively depicts the stories of the Soča Front.
In the heart of Triglav National Park, visit its Information Centre as well as the Trenta Museum and Alpine botanical garden Juliana.
Among the natural features, you will be thrilled with the Tolmin river beds (near Tolmin), while the River Soča springs are also a special experience.
Walk over the Napoleon bridge on the Nadiža River.
Culinary hint: choose one of the more hearty meals, try the Tolminc cheese made from cow's milk or Bovec cheese made from sheep's milk; also sample čompe, bovški krafi, kobariški štruklji and frika.