The card is available from 1 June 2021 to 31 October 2021 at the Soča Valley Tourist Information Centres and certain accommodation providers. The card grants you a number of free entrances.
Enjoy the unspoiled nature, the emerald colours of the Soča River and stunning high mountain views. Experience the most magical corners of the Julian Alps and learn about the rich historical and cultural heritage.
Card Prices 2021
Children 7-14 years
Children 0-6 years
The card is not transferable and may be used only by the person, whose name and surname are indicated on the card. The card is valid from the first day of validity to the fifteenth day to 24:00.
Free services and discounted services as provided by the card can be used in accordance with the working hours of the service provider and the availability of accommodation capacities. The card owner can only use the discount upon submission of the card, for a one-time entry to every sight or as a return ticket.
The Tolmin Gorges are the common name for the gorges of the Tolminka and Zadlaščica rivers and the lowest point of the Triglav National Park. Attractions: the Bear’s Head rock, the Devil’s bridge, Dante’s cave.
High above the bed of the Tolminka River, there is a wooden sacred place, the Memorial Church of the Holy Spirit in Javorca, which bears the European Heritage label. The Church was built during the First World War and celebrates the fallen Austro-Hungarian defenders of the Isonzo Front battlefield (1915–1917).
Not far from Kobarid, there is the 15-metre-high Kozjak Waterfall. The waterfall is known as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Slovenia, as it is hidden from the everyday world by a gorge with tall cave-like walls.
The Juliana Alpine Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in a natural environment in Slovenia. From other Alpine botanical gardens in Europe, Juliana differs by its diverse mixture of Alpine and karst species.
Gallery was arranged in 1977 in one of four defence towers from Medieval times. Riko Debenjak's works are on display in the gallery over the summer, and many other well-known artists exhibit throughout the year.
In this park, the forest is transformed into a natural venue for all sorts of recreational, cultural and educational outdoor activities. It offers hiking trails, amazing views, mountain bike trail and a Forma Viva sculpture garden.
The Mostnica Gorge and the Voje Valley are among the most beautiful and popular natural sights in Bohinj. They offer views of crystal clear pools and water-shaped rocks, as well as diverse flora and fauna and a cultural landscape that has been nurtured by the people throughout the centuries.
Every Friday at 10 a.m. (in July and August) a free guided tour of Bled – a stroll along the lake promenade and the old town centre. Meeting point: Bled Tourist Information Centre, Cesta Svobode 10, Bled. The guiding is in Slovene and English languages. Outside of July and August, guided tour can be organized upon .
Free guided tours of the old town centre of Radovljica take place every Tuesday at 10 a.m. Meeting point: Radovljica Tourist Information Centre. On other days guided tours upon request are possible, guests with destination card get a 10% discount.
This family path through Radovljica leads children into the world of bees with the help of interactive points and a booklet featuring tasks, which is available in Slovenian and English languages. Start: Radovljica Tourist Information Centre. *Entrance fee to the Museum of Apiculture is not included.
Vila Vipolže, the most beautiful Reneissance villa in Slovenia serves as a new cultural, conference and wedding ceremony centre. Here, cultural events, business meetings and private parties are organized in the atmosphere of Venetian elegance and local hospitality.