The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian filmed in Soca valley

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian filmed in Soca valley

Slovenia is attractive destination for filming. Millions of film lovers around the world got a glimpse of the magic beauty of Soca river once “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” Caspian were filmed in Soca valley in the summer 2007. Soca river, one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe (and in the world I need to admit!), Slovenian natural gem with its emerald green water and wild rapids, and high mountain peaks, were perfect places for filming a popular Disney film. What are you waiting for? Stay in Soca valley and book a room at Herbal Rooms Homestay.

The confluence of Soca river and its tributary Gljun was chosen for the final scenes of the film where 300 soldiers run over 60 meters long Beruna wooden bridge.

Hundreds of people from film industry “occupied” Bovec area in the summer 2007 and all accommodations were fully booked. The filming location was heavily guarded and only those who were involved in the filming had permission to enter the location. The air space above Bovec was closed as well.

Would you like to get closer to Narnia? Book a local guide at vesna@slocally.com and experience Narnia local way.

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