The Kolovrat ridge rises above the Soča Valley and offers exceptional views over the emerald river, the Julian Alps, Slavia Friulana, the Friuli lowland and the Adriatic Sea. Today, we can enjoy the peace of unspoiled nature here, while during World War I the Kolovrat had to witness the destructive Isonzo Front. In the outdoor museum we are going to explore the onetime Italian line of defence with the preserved command posts, shooting positions, a network of trenches and caves with the impressive spiral stairs in one of them. This formerly crucial line of division is nowadays a symbol of the unifying power of remembrance, since we shall walk on both territories, the Italian and the Slovenian, while discovering the history of World War I.
The price depends on the size of the group.
With an additional charge you can combine the visit to the outdoor museum Kolovrat with the hike along the Kolovrat Ridge (the tour lasts from 3.5 to 5.5 hours).
You can opt for extra animation that includes a soldier in a uniform and army-style lunch/snack (extra charge).
Guided tours must be booked in advance.
Assembly point: parking area at the Walk of Peace Info Point on Kolovrat