Velika Planina, sometimes dubbed as the Great Highland rises to a height of 1,666 meters above sea level. For the Slovenes, it is not a giant, as Triglav, Slovenia’s highest mountain, measures 2,864 meters.
Lake Bohinj is Slovenia’s deepest lake with its depth of 44.5 meters. It is of glacial origin situated at an altitude of 532 meters above sea level. There are not so many tourists as at the more famous Bled lake but don’t worry, it’s equally beautiful!
Vintgar Gorge is a natural monument, untouched and wild nature located in the heart of the Julian Alps close to Lake Bled and is part of Triglav National Park.
Being the most visited and most famous place in Slovenia, Lake Bled with an island in the middle surrounded by mountains is one of the symbols of Slovenia. Beautiful views over the lake can be enjoyed from the castle standing on the shores as well.
Soča river is one of the most beautiful rivers in Slovenia flowing through Triglav National Park and rising in the Julian Alps. It is very popular river among kayak and raft lovers. The river has a beautifully clear emerald blue water.