Like the Dolomites, the Julian Alps are an area of outstanding natural and unspoiled beauty.
The variety of its landscape makes it a must-go destination for hikers and ramblers.
Discover Bled and its picturesque lake, the emeraldgreen river Soca and Triglav National Park—named after
former Yugoslavia’s highest peak (9,396 ft). The Julian Alps will leave a lasting impression on you, guaranteed.
For those of you who like to relive personal stories that made history,
David can take you to the exact spot where in 1982 he and his family crossed the
Iron Curtain on their way to freedom.
The Julian Alps - Triglav NP
Named after Gaius Julius Caesar,
the Julian Alps belong to the Southern Limestone Alps and cover parts of Slovenia and Italy.
Triglav National Park is one of the oldest National Parks in Europe, and has been protected since 1906.
Hiking in Slovenia, Austria and Italy