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    Bled Photo: Jošt Gantar, Turizem Bled
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    Zelenci Photo: Mitja Sodja, The Julian Alps
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    Radovljica; grad Kamen Photo: Aleš Krivec, Julian Alps
  • Žirovnica Photo: Mitja Sodja, Julian Alps
  • Vodnikov razglednik Photo: Mitja Sodja, The Julian Alps
  • Zelenci Photo: Alan Kosmač, The Julian Alps
  • Tolminska korita Photo: Michael Matti, The Julian Alps
  • Pokljuka Photo: Mitja Sodja, The Julian Alps
  • Goriška Brda Photo: Damijan Simčič, ZTKMŠ Brda

Destinations in the Julian Alps Association

Kranjska Gora

A town nestled in the embrace of mountains, full of ethnographic jewels and modern adrenaline sports. It is a popular ski centre in winter and a racing venue for alpine skiers and jumpers. It is also an attractive spot for adrenaline sports buffs, hikers and cyclists.


The city of steel and flowers, full of rich steel production tradition, invites you to explore its environs directly from the centre of industrial heritage and thus presents an excellent starting point for tours and walks.


The picturesque villages beneath Stol and other alpine summits in Gorenjska have special characteristics that display peace and homeliness. The heritage of the past shapes them in the heart of culture and bee-keeping tradition.


The home of honey and chocolate. Authentic architecture, the medieval centre and the diversity of museums shape this charming historical town on the doorstep of the Julian Alps. Radovljica invites you to encounter the past and taste local cuisine in renowned restaurants and at lively events.


The Alpine pearl on the edge of the Julian Alps with the glacier lake, an island and a castle on the cliff.


An idyllic village at the foothills of the Julian Alps between Bled and Pokljuka, Gorje will attract you with its genuine village vibes, magnificent natural landscape and rich cultural heritage.


The hidden oasis of peace in the embrace of the Julian Alps in the heart of the Triglav National Park with the largest natural lake in Slovenia. Here you can find serenity and the beauty of unspoiled nature, as well as many opportunities for an active vacation in any season.

Soča Valley

The picturesque world of the Julian Alps, the Triglav National Park and the emerald Soča River invite you for an active vacation. The valley will enthuse you with exceptional active experiences that rank the Soča Valley among the most popular outdoor destinations in Europe.

Goriška Brda

The fairytale landscape with picturesque villages, nestled halfway between the Alps and the Adriatic, abounding in beauty, interesting spots and experiences. With a hint of the Mediterranean, it is well-known for its excellent wines and culinary specialities.

Triglav National Park

This dynamic mountain karst terrain features picturesque mountain peaks and valleys as well as numerous natural and cultural attractions and is perfect for activities in nature and for spending your leisure time actively. The diverse glacier landscape is the home to wild, diverse and adaptable, ...

Mountain range
Julian Alps

The Julian Alps is a mountain range which covers an area of 4,400 km2 and straddles the border between Slovenia and Italy. More than three-quarters of the range lies in Slovenia, including more than 150 peaks over two thousand metres.

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