Kolovrat Open Air Museum

A mountaintop Open Air Museum Kolovrat, located on the border between Italy and Slovenia, lies on a steep slope of the Kolovrat ridge overlooking Soca valley, Julian Alps, and offers panoramic views to Veneto region, Friuli Venezia Giulia lowland and all the way down to the Adriatic sea. During the First World War the Italian …

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Julian Alps hiking trail

Julian Alps hiking trail is 300 kilometers long trail in Slovenia divided in various stages suitable for walkers of average fitness level. It combines Gorenjska and Primorska region. Hikers walk through idyllic villages and alpine valleys, passing panoramic viewpoints, natural gems like waterfalls, rivers, gorges, island and lakes so as forests and colorful meadows, encounter …

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Autumn Soca valley

Soca valley in autumn gets more quite and pleasant. It can happen that you will have some natural attractions that are usually crowded in the summer time only for yourself. Do not let lower temperatures and shorter days prevent you from visiting Soca valley in autumn. Soca valley in autumn … what to do and …

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Soca valley gorges

Soca valley is a region where you can admire many awesome gorges. Soca river paves the way through narrow rocky gorges and has carved canyons and natural pools. Get beautiful views of the Soca river and rocky gorges from the (foot)bridges or unpaved paths along river. The nature here is simply stunning. I prepare a …

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The Julian Alps and Triglav National Park

The Julian Alps lies in Triglav National Park, one of the oldest national parks in Europe. It got its name after roman settlement Forum Iulii and it is protected wild nature area on the northwestern part of Slovenia (still) overlooked by the crowds. Recently Lonely Planet awarded Julian Alps as best travel top 10 regions …

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