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Lac de Bohinj

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Antonija And Vitomir
Antonija And Vitomir
November 16, 2019
Lake Bohinj is Slovenia`s largest glacial lake and it’s about half an hour drive from Bled. It is considered as one of the most beautiful places in Slovenia. The Alps dominate the scenery and on a clear, sunny, calm day the water looks like a piece of glass reflecting everything so perfectly. If you…
September 10, 2019
The largest natural lake in Slovenia with endless opportunities for outdoor activities. Lake Bohinj is located in a glacial valley and it comprises almost 100 million cubic metres of water – according to an old Bohinj joke: no more than a bucket if it is large enough. The steeply descending lake…
October 17, 2019
If you go to Lake Bled, the visit to Lake Bohinj is a must. It's a less visited, less touristy, calmer version and even more beautiful in my opinion. It's also possible to swim in this lake in the summer.
November 23, 2019
In summer this place is less crowded than Lake Bled. Bohinj Lake has pristine nature, with gorgeous scenery.
Katja And Marija
Katja And Marija
February 11, 2020
Lake Bohinj is Slovenia`s largest glacial lake and it’s about half an hour drive from Bled. It is located inside Triglav National Park and surrounded by the majestic mountains of the Julian Alps. It’s a beautiful peaceful place to rest and unwind as you breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the beauty…

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“Savica Waterfall is located at the far end of Lake Bohinj. It is considered to be the most famous and the most scenic waterfall in Slovenia. Some might say it is too touristy and crowded, but hey, there is a reason a place is too touristy and that reason is because the place is so breathtakingly gorgeous. Why shouldn’t as many people as possible visit and enjoy it?”
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“Alpine lakes, majestic mountains, green valleys, beautiful rivers, spectacular waterfalls, attractive gorges, lush green pastures, sweeping vistas and more. The Triglav National Park has it all. It is the only Slovenian national park and one of the oldest European parks (established in 1981). It covers 4% of the entire Slovenia (880 square kilometers), almost across the entire area of the Julian Alps. The specific feature is its dynamic intact nature and its richness of vegetation and numerous endangered animals. Not so far from the city bustle and only about 10 minutes drive from Bled you can enjoy in the pure and intact nature.”
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“Mostnica Gorge or Korita Mostnice as it is called in Slovene is a 2 km gorge carved by the Mostnica stream. The gorge is located in the Voje Valley near the Stara Fuzina village, about two kilometres northeast of Lake Bohinj.It's one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the Lake Bohinj area. A great place to start exploring this extraordinary gorge is the village of Stara Fuzina, where you pass the Zois mansion right up to Devil?s Bridge. There?s a trail not far from the bridge that leads through a forest, where you can see the gorge. Along the gorge you can observe interesting and very beautiful creations of nature like pools and waterfalls. It's amazing what nature can do. It's a photography enthusiast's paradise. The most photographed spot in the Mostnica gorge is a hollow rock called the Little Elephant. The gorge is two kilometres long and was carved by the Mostnica stream. The hike in both directions takes about an hour and a half and is quite easy, not strenuous at all. ”
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Ski Area
“1700 meters high, stunning views, excellent nature and good food in cottages”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
“HUGE portions, cheap pices! Must visit when in Bohinj area! Highly recommend, only when you are not on the diet :)”
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