HOW TO GET TO SAVA OR SOČA VALLEY

CAR & TRAIN
If you are coming from one of Slovenia’s neighbouring countries, arriving by car or train are your best options. Road and rail connections to the Sava Valley are dependable and simple, while connections to the Soča Valley are a bit more winding, but thus truly special. We are happy to help you with detailed route planning.

PLANE
Venice Marco Polo Airport in Italy is the airport with best connections and only a 2 hour drive from the Soča Valley and 3 hour drive to the Sava Valley. There is also a nice little airport in Ljubljana, Slovenia, which is a mere 30 min drive from Sava Valley and 2 hrs from the Soča Valley, but it currently doesn’t offer great connections. Trieste International Airport is also an option. We are happy to help with trip logistics and we can also arrange a transfer or a pick up at the airport for you.

WHERE TO STAY
If you are coming for a multi-day fishing trip with us, we have a selection of accommodations available. The selection depends on the desired rivers you would like to fish and needs you have in terms of lodging style. In the Soča Valley our base is Kamp Koren that offers stunning log cabins right next to the Soča River, complete with a sauna and small local bar and restaurant on site. There is also the option to stay in a hotel. In the Sava Valley there are a number of cool locally-owned Airbnb’s close to the river and hotels in smaller towns. We are happy to help you with arranging accommodations, or book everything for you.

WHAT TO EAT AND DRINK
Slovenia is known for flavourful and rich local food, cold beer, strong home-made schnapps and delicious wine. In combination with the warm hospitality of local people, any worries in the field of food or drink are unnecessary. The most common practice is having a solid breakfast before we head out, then lunch in a restaurant close to our fishing location, and then dinner at or near your loggings, once rods and reels are put away.