The Triglav National Park is located in the north-west of Slovenia, more precisely in the Julian Alps. It is the only National Park in Slovenia. The park was named after the highest mountain of Slovenia, the Triglav, which is located nearly at the center of the park.
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From the Roaring Tolminka River to Čadrg Eco Village and Javorca Church A guided tour of Triglav National Park, including a visit to the local dairy and cheese sampling in Čadrg, and a tour of the memorial church of the Holy Ghost… more