1. TIMETABLES IN THE ALPS
The booklet Timetables in the Alps lists 70 public transport lines. It is intended for all visitors of the Slovenian Alps and the surrounding area for a more relaxed way of traveling by various means of public and sustainable transport. The booklet lists bus lines, rail lines, tourist boat lines, taxi services, and cableways with timetables. Change your travel habits and make an important contribution to preserving the alpine and quality living environments for their inhabitants and ecosystems.
2. KRANJSKA GORA–VRŠIČ–BOVEC
Kranjska Gora and the valley of the Soča River are connected by a winding road that takes you across the highest Slovenian mountain pass Vršič. While driving along the Vršiška Road you will pass by the picturesque Jasna Lake, and at the foot of Vršič you will spot the Heathen Maiden locally known as Ajdovska deklica. Once you descend to the valley of the Soča River, “the clear daughter of the mountains” – the emerald Soča River – will accompany you all the way to Bovec.
3. REGULAR BUS LINES AROUND KRANJSKA GORA AND SLOVENIA
You can have a relaxed journey and discover the hidden corners of Slovenia using the regular bus lines. In one day, you can travel from the heart of the Julian Alps to the Slovenian coast and refresh yourself by jumping into the Adriatic Sea. You can also travel to the eastern part of Slovenia, take a stroll through the plentiful vineyards, taste the diversity of culinary delights of the eastern region, and enjoy the view of endless wheat fields.
4. INTERREG OF THE JULIAN ALPS (CROSSMOBY)
Also this summer, the Crossmoby project will launch a cross-border bus line between the Posočje and Gorenjska regions. You will be able to ride with us from July 1 until the end of the summer season.
What does our line offer you?
Twice a day it connects the Soča Valley with the Upper Sava Valley
possibility of free transport (trailer for up to 16 bicycles)
Excellent access to the starting points for hiking and cycling tours
the bus also stops at Lake Rabela
connects the Bohinj line with the Italian railway network (stop at the railway station in Tarvisio) – the stop is coordinated with the departures of trains to Venice, Milan, Rome or Innsbruck
connection to the regular bus line Kranjska Gora – Ljubljana
The trend of recent years confirms that more and more visitors to the Julian Alps appreciate the offer of public transport. The more modest offer of regular lines in the Soča Valley is complemented by seasonal transport. Transport from Tolmin to Javorca and the Tolmin Gorge is already available to visitors, and the connection via Vršič will be revived on 1 July. Kobarid’s Hop on hop off is expected to take the established routes in the second half of July. This year’s novelty will also be transport to Mangartska sedlo.