Discover 2015 – free guide to Triglav National Park

Published: 14.7.2015

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Discover 2015 – free guide to Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park issued a summer guide for visitors with a programme of activities taking place in the park, useful information and instructions for safe venturing into the mountains.

Discover 2015 – free guide to Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park issued a summer guide for visitors with a programme of activities taking place in the park, useful information and instructions for safe venturing into the mountains. A free publication in Slovenian and English is available at all information points of Triglav National Park, tourist information centres and on the Internet.

Picturesque landscape, unique nature, clean environment, fresh air etc. A lot more could be said about the wealth of Triglav National Park. All its natural sights are now combined in a new guide, Odkrivaj/Discover 2015, intended for visitors to Triglav National Park. The guide includes all important information, current news and the programme of summer events (by the end of August). Catch the Hop-on Hop-off bus and take a ride to the treasures of the mountains. With suitable equipment and information provided by information centres in Bled, Trenta, Mojstrana, Zgornja Radovna and Kobarid, this will be a visit you will fondly remember upon your return home.

Taking the trails up to the very top of the highest Slovenian mountains will reward you with breath-taking views. It is possible to see all the way to the Adriatic Sea from certain vantage points. Summers in Triglav National Park are particularly lively, since many events, entertainment programmes and organised hikes take place there. A detailed programme of summer events can be found in the guide, Odkrivaj/Discover 2015.

Triglav National Park stretches in the north-western part of Slovenia along the borders with Italy and Austria. The park is virtually entirely made up of the mountains and plateaus of the Julian Alps and covers four per cent of the Slovenian territory. The strictest nature and environment protection rules apply in the park, which makes for one of the most pristine destinations in Slovenia. The park is distinguished by the glacial lake in Bohinj. Take a dip in it in the summer or row along its peaceful surface. You can also swim in Lake Bled in Bled and visit Vintgar Gorge in the vicinity. Enter Triglav National Park at its lowest point in the picturesque Tolmin Gorges near Tolmin.

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