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At an altitude of 1611 metres, the mountain pass at Vrsic is the highest in the eastern Julian Alps and provides a natural link between the Savska and the Soska valleys. You may wish to have a relaxing cup of coffee or even stay the night at the...more
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If you have any doubts is it proper road to choose - do not hesitate any longer. Just a day before we drove through Alpine Road and I can truly say that Vrsic Pass is as beautiful as road in Austria, even if not listed...More
I was a bit surprised, but It was still very busy at the Vrsic Pass in September. And there were also roadworks with traffic lights on different road sections.
Even so, it is a beautiful route with great views. I liked the view at the...More
A place where a lot of military prisoners of war died when building the path over the Vrsic pass during the 2nd WW. There is a church build by the Russians who were the prisoners of war. Vrsic pass is nice place where you can...More
We drove this 25km stretch from Kranjska Gora to Trenta valley at a slow pace, soaking in the glorious views and experiences en route. We spent over 3 hours completing the route with ~50 hairpin bends, armed with a very useful map provided by the...More
Do not miss the opportunity to drive through this pass if you have the time. We drove this way around when traveling from Bled to the Brda region for some wine tasting. Some of the most spectacular mountain scenery, well worth the drive. We drove...More
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Your question has been answered very well, but I wanted to add that as you have young and old in your group, you should always ask a local or someone walking in the other direction about how easy the path is. Some are much... More
Your question has been answered very well, but I wanted to add that as you have young and old in your group, you should always ask a local or someone walking in the other direction about how easy the path is. Some are much more difficult than others! Many of the locals speak very good English and they are all very friendly.