Welcome to Slovenia and Julian Alps

Welcome to Slovenia and Julian Alps

Slovenia is a beautiful vacation destination, home to historical castles, picturesque lakes, green valleys and charming coastal towns.

The Julian Alps are a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps that stretch from northeastern Italy to Slovenia, where they rise to 2,864 m at Mount Triglav, the highest peak in Slovenia. A large part of the Julian Alps is included in Triglav National Park.

The area offers many hiking opportunities, as well as other sports such as mountain biking, swimming, kayaking, cycling and canoeing.

Triglav National Park ( short name TNP) is a great escape in the lap of nature. The snow capped peaks of the Triglav Mountain form the backdrop of TNP in Slovenia. TNP cover over an area of 84,805 hectares. The scenic beauty and tranquil location make it one of the most spectacular national parks in the entire Europe. TNP offers enough to charm the visitors.

The cliffs of Triglav Mountain provide an ideal start for hiking and climbing. TNP boasts the finest hiking trails in the central Europe. Besides the Julian Alps, it’s also features rich greenery, rivers, waterfalls, springs and mountains lakes. It is home to some of the most picturesque lakes in Slovenia. Soca and Sava are the two rivers that flow through the landscape of Triglav National Park. It is also home to a number of rare varieties of flora. Wildlife in TNP makes it a paradise for all wildlife enthusiasts. Wild roosters, chamois, grouse and marmots are widely visible in park. It’s comes with several options of amusement and adventure. The surroundings of TNP can be best explored on foot. Hang gliding, skiing and skydiving are some of the other amusement options that tourists can try out in Triglav National Park in Slovenia.

From the mountains to the lakes, there are numerous outdoor activities for visitors to explore. Hiking in both winter and summer is extremely popular and rafting and hydro speeding on the Soca River are unforgettable experiences.

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