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The largest natural lake in Slovenia with endless opportunities for outdoor activities. A fantastic starting point for various activities in the Julian Alps. Guest of Tourism Bohinj partner providers can buy BOHINJ MOBILITY CARD to enjoy free public...more
Triglav National Park | Stara Fužina 38, Bohinjsko Jezero 4265, Slovenia
All reviews clear water surrounded by mountains cable car much quieter less touristy trout julian alps peaceful place natural beauty national park north side clean water boat trip breathtaking scenery nature lovers stara fuzina hotel jezero
We spent an afternoon here and glad we made the trip from Lake Bled. There are so many places to walk around and the views are spectacular. Always wanted to the Golden Horn statue based on the legends of the maidens and the farmers! Good...More
Visited by train from Bled Jezero station which is about a 15 minute train journey to Bobinjska Bistrica and the a 15 minute bus or taxi journey to the lake. Trains costs €3.70 return.
Please be aware than the trains arrival does not fit in...More
If you plan to visit Slovenia you have to visit Bled and Bohinj. It is very easy to reach Bohinj from Bled. We took the bus from Bled and we spent all the day in Bohinj. We rent a bike for the day. Very rwasonable...More
I thought Lake Bohinj was beautiful. It has crystal clear water and a much more chilled out vibe than Bled. I spent a few hours here (came on the local bus from Bled on my own) and found it just a lovely place to relax...More
Agatha Christie knew: it is a place for peace lovers and mountaineering. When snow will fall, skiing resorts will be open on Vogel or, for really good skiers from Vogel to Triglav lakes. Bohinj lake is still the same – water mirror for nature lovers....More
Hi, roadside parking along the lake is not allowed and more often than not results in a parking ticket. Parking in Triglav national park is only allowed on the designated parking areas, which are fairly marked (during the... More
Hi, roadside parking along the lake is not allowed and more often than not results in a parking ticket. Parking in Triglav national park is only allowed on the designated parking areas, which are fairly marked (during the main season also with digital displays before the entries to the most vulnerable areas). Parking fees around the lake are from 1,5 € offseason to 2,5 € per hour in the middle of the summer, with an intent to reduce the number of cars around the Lake. To balance the restrictions, Bohinj offers a lot of options to leave your vehicle on the free or very affordable car parks, providing a free shuttle service to still be as mobile as possible (also to Pokljuka and to Blato). They also offer a Bohinj Summer Mobility Card which, in addition to free parking, also offers a lot of interesting freebies and discount. Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further detailed information on parking and mobility option. Most of the information you can also find on the destination main website (bohinj . si). Hope this helps.
There are ticks in Bohinj of course. Oh hikes: wear appropriate clothes and some spray that ticks do not like, after the hike you should examine yourself and take a shower. Because the answers here do not allow url's, look... More
There are ticks in Bohinj of course. Oh hikes: wear appropriate clothes and some spray that ticks do not like, after the hike you should examine yourself and take a shower. Because the answers here do not allow url's, look for "Ways to Prevent Ticks Naturally" while searching for solutions. Have a great time!!