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Beautiful TRIGLAV and my reasons to visit it again

Because there’s still so much to see! 

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Our Slovenian trip was planned for a long weekend only, so we didn’t have much time there. But hey, there’s now an opportunity to come back, isn’t it? 🙂 You can find further inspiration – places that I would like to see in the future at the end of this article. 

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What should you visit in Ljubljana?

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Now, prepare yourself for maaany pictures of beautiful nature that I took while visiting Triglav National park first time:
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Bled

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Bled.
is probably the most popular destination in Triglav and there are plenty of accommodations. You can also get 10% discount on booking.com, if you register through this link: booking discount. In summer, various events are held by the lake.

Bled
Starting in this town, you can go to several hikes. Mala and Velika Osojnica will take your breath away with beautiful views. And I’m saving your time (and energy) now by telling you, that the view from Velika Osojnica is more beautiful  😉

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Bled Bled, Mala Osojnica.
A very pleasant hike is to Blejski Vintgar, which is embroidered with unique green water. However, it isn’t disgustingly-algae-ish, this one is crystal clear and unbelievably cold (if you want to make something remarkable in your life, you should dare to swim in it – but only on your own risk!).

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Vintgar gorge

Blejski Vintgar Bled .
After walking, sit in an (basically any) restaurant and order the dessert named kremšnita, which recipe is told to be established there, even though every Slavic country says so 😃 Well, at least it’s delicious! 

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Bohinj

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Lake Bohinj.
Bohinj isn’t just any other lake and even though it’s not far from bled, it’s different – colder – it once was an iceberg (probably when dinosaurs were still sliding on it), and it’s surrounded by amazingly high mountain range of Julian Alps.

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Bohinj

Bohinj hike.
From this lake, you can hike to waterfall Savica, which is undeniably beautiful, but little bit disappointing for me – you won’t get closer than to the metallic gated viewpoint full of tourists there. 

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Savica hike Waterfall slap Savica.

And these are the places which I would still like to visit in Triglav National park (and also further inspiration for you too):

  • rafting and hikes alongside the turquoise river Soča and area of Bovec, Lepena and Koritnica; you can find more info here,
  • waterfall (slap) Kozjak,
  • waterfalls Boka and Virje,
  • the hike of seven lakes, more info here.

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