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Triglav National Park – over the 3 highest mountain passes of the Julian Alps to Soča Valley

Amazing views of the Julian Alps will accompany us on a breathtaking drive through the masterpieces of the builders of the highest mountain roads.

Every Tuesday from Ljubljana with 2 guides

Highlights of the tour

The highest mountain passes of the Julian Alps

Impressions from the adventure

Trip Description

The red thread of our journey is the highest mountain passes of the Julian Alps and the extraordinary masterpieces of the high mountain road builders. One of the masterpieces is definitely Mangart Road, which takes us to a height of 2055 m, and during the drive we will admire incredible views.

  It was built between I. and II. WW in just half a year, which is unimaginable from the point of view of today's technology and technique.

From the Mangart Pass we descend into the valley and here we will discover one of the most beautiful mountain rivers in the world, the Soča River.

The Soča Valley in Triglav National Park became world-famous mainly because of the unique emerald green color of the water, which is so clean that it can also be drunk.

The Soča Valley was also marked by the bloody Soča Front in the First World War and did not let go of its grip for three years. In the Soča Valley, the Soča Front left an indelible mark on the local environment, which is remembered by numerous memorials to fallen soldiers and military forts and bunkers.

The beauty and unspoilt nature of the Soča Valley will accompany us all the time until we drive over the famous Vršič Pass into the upper Sava Valley.

The local cuisine, where we will taste the traditional dishes of the upper Soška valley, will make our trip unforgettable.

Join us on this extraordinary adventure.


165,00 eur/person

Meeting time Ljubljana :   7.30 am to 8.00 am

Limited group tour up to 6 ( max 7 ) participants, ( minimum 3 persons ).

The highest mountain passes of the Julian Alps

Impressions from the adventure

Why 2 guides

  • We want your experience to be the best possible and safe, so we believe that the driver should mostly be the driver, especially on busy roads in the summer season
  • Better communication with guests, more interesting travel, more information while driving

Recommended for guest to bring

Comfortable hiking boots or training shoes, comfortable clothes, small backpack for personal belongings, some snacks and drinks, a camera or mobile phone for unforgettable memories, sun glasess, documents required.


Included in price

  • English speaking licenced tourist guide
  • English speaking driver - local tourist guide of Soča Valley
  • We speek also Italian, German, Croatian, Serbian, Japanese and Slovenian as our mother language
  • All parking fees and toll charge
  • Admission fee -Mangart pass
  • Transport with air-conditioned minivan
  • Photos for unforgettable memories.
  • Water in bottles

Price does not include

  • Souvenirs
  • Lunch - Traditional local food of the Upper Soča Valley / Mangart Saddle mountain hut
  • Extra food and drinks


Every Tuesday

from June to mid of October 

Private tour possible on reque st with extra charge, also on other days.

Pick up points

We pick you up at Ljubljana central Bus and Railway station at 7.30 near Taxi stop, (40 m ahead from the large wall clock towards Parking space ), in front of Ljubljana Hotel Lev at 7.45 and Ljubljana Tivoli Park at 8.00 ( in front of the red structure ).

The highest mountain passes of the Julian Alps

Impressions from the adventure

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Mangart saddle and Mangart, 2679 m

View of Mangartsko sedlo and Mangart
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