The origin of the settlement’s name tell us it is situated by the river Soča. Nowdays Most na Soči is a promising village, open to modern tourism that has approximately 500 inhabitants. There are approximately 2 kilometers from the train station (via Jesenice – Nova Gorica) to the centre of the village. The road North-South, coming from Predel or Kranjska Gora towards Nova Gorica has got Most na Soči positioned on its left side. Travelers coming from Ljubljana on their way to Tolmin or Kobarid must pass the very centre of Most na Soči or Most as the locals call it.
Fun & sports
By Oldtimer train on Transalpina. A unique regional monument to early industrial technology is the Bohinj railway, which, through the Baška grapa valley and along the Soča river, extends towards Gorica and onwards through the Lower Vipava Valley and the Karst. The train ride offers a picturesque view of daring and skilfully designed bridges, viaducts and tunnels. One of the highlights is the Solkan Bridge; at the time of its construction in the early 20th century, the bridge boasted the largest arch in Europe.