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Mobility in the Julian Alps

Ski bus Bohinj
No matter whether you arrive by train or bus. The Julian Alps are well connected. Read more about mobility options in the Julian Alps and about the benefits cards provided by some destinations for your convenience.

TIMETABLES IN THE JULIAN ALPS

New mobility web app: test phase

We are excited to show you a step forward in digitising destinations in the Julian Alps. We are the first in Slovenia to introduce an innovative mobility solution, an integrated web portal with public transport timetables, dedicated to providing the best possible passenger information everywhere, at all times.

The project will be implemented in two phases. In the current test phase, the app includes all extra local transport services provided by destinations in the Julian Alps during the summer season, but not yet the public passenger transport lines of Slovenia. The integration of the last is part of the second phase, which is planned for the beginning of next year. The operation is co-financed by the Climate Fund of the Republic of Slovenia.

You are welcome to try the test version of the web application, which can be accessed via the following link: https://testmobility.julian-alps.com/ 

We look forward to your feedback. 


TRAVEL BY BUS

Bus time tables and general information

Photo: Mitja Sodja, Turizem Bohinj

Help keep the environment clean by opting for a public transport option. Destinations in the Julian Alps organize additional lines during the summer and winter season and thus further increase the accessibility of some most visited starting points.

  • Looking for the regular timetables between destinations? See timetables on Arriva.si and Nomago.si
  • Timetables for arrivals from Ljubljana Bus station
  • See each destination for details on seasonal lines. 

 

 


SKI BUS

Winter mobility options


TRAVEL BY TRAIN

Car shuttle train - Motorail

  • You can load your car, a van, light goods vehicle or motorhome.
  • Runs daily (stations: Bohinjska Bistrica, Podbrdo, Most na Soči, Nova Gorica)
  • Runs through the longest tunnel in Slovenia (10 minutes to Podbrdo station)
  • More info: Car shuttle train

Take your bicycle on the train

To take your bicycle with you on the train, you need to pay a flat-rate charge of €1.50 (€3.00 for an electric bike), irrespective of the distance travelled. The number of bicycles the train is able to carry depends on train type and occupancy. Groups of more than ten passengers travelling with accompanied bicycles need to place a reservation for their journey at least 8 working days in advance.


THE JULIAN ALPS CARDS

The Julian Alps Card: Radolca

The Julian Alps Card: Radovljica/Radolca
The Julian Alps Card: Radovljica/Radolca

Welcome to Radovljica! Experience the 'sweetest' town in Slovenia and explore the hidden corners of our countryside with local guides. With the Julian Alps: Radovljica summer card, you can travel and explore free of charge! The card is only available in digital form. You will receive the card at your e-mail address. You can save it on your phone or download a pdf version and print it if you want.

Who can get the card?

Guests staying in accommodation in the Municipality of Radovljica for at least 3 nights between 15 April and 20 November are entitled to the card. The free activities offered by the card can be used by the cardholder in accordance with the opening hours of the service provider and the availability of capacity.

More info: The Julian Alps Card - Radolca

The Julian Alps Card: Bled

Julian Alps Card: Bled
Julian Alps Card: Bled

The mobility card enables you to explore and travel for free!

Bled is perfect for enjoying the protected natural and cultural landscape and countryside. Become a part of the vision of creating a green future and use our free transport means that are friendly to the environment. Bled strives to be one of the greenest destinations. This is a reason the card is only available in digital form. You will receive the card at your e-mail address. You can save it on your phone or download a pdf version and print it if you want.

Who can get the card? 

The guests who are accommodated at Bled Tourist Board partner services providers and who stay in Bled for at least three nights are entitled to the card. The Summer card is available from 15 April to 20 November.

Winter edition of the card (ski bus): 

Unlimited use of the Bled winter shuttles to Kranjska Gora, Krvavec, Pokljuka and Vogel ski centres. Available from 20 December to 20 March. 

Details are available here: The Julian Alps Card - Bled.

The Julian Alps Card: Soča Valley

The Julian Alps Card: Soča Valley
The Julian Alps Card: Soča Valley

Enjoy the unspoiled nature, the emerald colours of the Soča River and stunning high mountain views. Experience the most magical corners of the Soča Valley and learn about its rich historical and cultural heritage.

Who can purchase the card? 

The card can be purchased by guests who are accommodated at Tourism Soča Valley partner services providers and who stay in the Soča Valley for at least two nights.

The card is available at the Soča Valley Tourist Information Centres, as well as certain accommodation providers, from 1 May to 31 October.

More info: The Julian Alps Card - Soča Valley

The Julian Alps Card: Bohinj

The Julian Alps Card: Bohinj
The Julian Alps Card: Bohinj

The card offers free public transport, free parking, free admissions, attractive discounts in Bohinj and elsewhere in Slovenia, a special family offer...

Who can purchase the card?

  • Guests of our partners, who stay at least two nights in Bohinj and pay tourist tax

Availability: 

  • The summer card is available from 1 April - 31 October
  • The Winter edition of the card (with a free ski bus) is available from 1 November to 31 March

More information: The Julian Alps Card - Bohinj


MOVED BY NATURE

Owing to its uniqueness and importance, the Triglav National Park requires and deserves respectful visitors. Less noise, fewer cars, and lower carbon footprint are a guarantee for more clean air and peace. Enjoy the abundance of fresh air and hit the trail in a different way: by bike, train, bus or on foot. Be friendly to nature and preserve it just the way it is.

Moved by nature
Video: Triglavski narodni park Triglav National Park
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