Triglav National Park is located between Italy and Austria and in the north-western part of Slovenia. It is the only national park in Slovenia; therefore it has great value for Slovenian people in their wish to preserve all the natural wonders in the park. Also, it is one of the oldest national parks in Europe, because the legal protection dates back to 1924, when the Triglav National Park was established. Legal means and public institution protect the park since that year and their basic mission is the protection of nature, as well as carrying out research and professional tasks.
Triglav National Park was named after Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia. In contrast, the lowest surface area in the national park is in the Tolmin Gorges, which represent the most beautiful entry point to the area. The area of the park is quite big, because it covers four percent of the surface of Slovenia and that is exactly 880 square kilometers. The Triglav National Park in Slovenia offers a unique experience, because of an exceptional natural beauty and cultural heritage.
There are so many things to do and see that visitors may have a tough time to select some of their favourite places.
In this article we will try presenting several places that are best for hiking, sightseeing and exploring. In case you have some special desires and wishes about tours, sport activities or any other information, please feel free to contact our team members and they will give more detailed information.