• Bled
    Bled Photo: Vizualist, Zavod za kulturo Bled
  • Zelenci
    Zelenci Photo: Mitja Sodja, Julian Alps
  • Vodnikov razglednik
    Vodnikov razglednik Photo: Mitja Sodja, Julian Alps
  • Zelenci Photo: Alan Kosmač, Julian Alps
  • Tolminska korita Photo: Michael Matti, Julian Alps
  • Pokljuka Photo: Mitja Sodja, Julian Alps



Photo: Aleš Zdešar, Triglavski narodni 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, but at the same time fragile and sensitive nature. Quality products, filled with love, are made by the local people.


Photo: Tomaž Sedej, Bled

The Alpine pearl on the edge of the Julian Alps with the glacier lake and thermal lake water, island and a castle on the cliff. The lively rhythm of the small lakeside town is calmed by the mild climate and the beauty of mountains reflecting on the lake's surface, and the surroundings offer excellent conditions for pleasant relaxation or an active vacation in any season.




Soča Valley
Soča Valley
Photo: Aleš Fon, Turizem Dolina Soče

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. Unforgettable experiences are enriched with the views from the surrounding peaks and by the exploration of historical heritage.



Kranjska Gora
Kranjska Gora
Photo: Andrej Žemva, 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. Kranjska Gora is the perfect place for an active family vacation.




Lake Bohinj from the Peč Viewpoint
Lake Bohinj from the Peč Viewpoint
Photo: Mitja Sodja, Turizem Bohinj

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. You will be bedazzled by unique and traditional craft products as well as culinary specialities, combined under the Bohinjsko/From Bohinj brand.



Photo: Jošt Gantar, Turizem Radovljica

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 surroundings beckon you to explore traditional villages, castle ruins and other historical sites by bike or hike to panoramic summits in the area.


Goriška Brda
Goriška Brda
Photo: ZOSO Photography, 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. The Goriška Brda is also known for their fruit, wine, olive oil and other products, as well as culinary specialities – a story full of experiences, memories and joyful gatherings.


Photo: np, Gorje

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. It invites you to discover the traditional crafts of Gorenjska and the natural pearls that have built the environment. The pearl among them is most certainly the Vintgar Gorge.



Photo: Miro Podgoršek, TIC Jesenice

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 city guides you amidst the never forgotten memories of the ironworks, which are featured in Stara Sava with its museum centre, the surrounding area of the city invites you to walk among the daffodils and to the peaks of the surrounding hills.


Photo: np, Žirovnica

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. It is a place where you can explore culture and bee-keeping as the poetry of agriculture, the heritage of the past, the creativity of great Slovenians and the exceptional cultural and natural landscape.


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