Enter the Kingdom of the Zlatorog. One of Slovenia’s best-known legends tells of a golden-horned chamois who reigned over the Julian Alps. Enter his kingdom and search for his greatest treasures, which lie hidden in Triglav National Park and its surroundings.
Magnificent views from the tall peaks, green Alpine valleys, babbling brooks and lakes that reflect the blue sky, and a huge diversity of flora and fauna. No, you’re not dreaming! You can experience all of this in Triglav National Park, Slovenia’s largest protected area and only national park.
It takes its name from Slovenia’s highest mountain, Triglav (2,864 m), and is seen by many as a kind of holy mountain. The park encompasses the majority of the eastern part of the Julian Alps. In addition to its natural attractions you can feel man’s connection with nature, which is also evident in the park’s cultural heritage. There are abundant opportunities for exploring and active use of your free time, so what are you waiting for? Feel Triglav National Park in your own way.
Experience the most unspoilt nature of Bled in the first tourist-regulated gorges in Slovenia. The 1.6 km long Vintgar gorge is cut between the majestic vertical rocks of the surrounding hills.
hen walking over wooden bridges and along galleries, observe the Radovna River with its pools, rapids and waterfalls, the mightiest of them being the 13 m high Šum waterfall. At the end of the gorge you can also see the single-arch stone bridge of the Bohinj railway rising above you.