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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
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Much bigger than Blade, Bohinj lake is just 35km away from it. It has crystal clear wather. There is a small church and little bridge. The statue of goat is at the coast. There also is a place for boat tours.
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We took a drive one day to visit Lake Bohinj whilst we were staying in Lake Bled. Lake Bohinj is located in a glacial valley and it is stunning. We enjoyed the tranquility of the place. It is largest natural lake in Slovenia. A great...More
After seeing Lake Bled, I thought that there couldn't be a prettier lake, but I was wrong. Lake Bohinj is a lovely lake where you can get away from it all. There are several paths to take in order to enjoy the view. If you...More
We came as a photography group and stayed in a lake-side hotel for a night to facilitate photo taking around the lake. The weather happened to be very foggy and cloudy and those who went up a hill to watch sunrise were disappointed as visibility...More
Lake Bohinj and the surrounding area are truly beautiful - it was a cloudy day when we went so the majestic mountains were not clearly visible but the Lake was like glass and my pictures look like paintings - a must see place for any...More
If you have enjoyed the beauty of Lake Bled but found it a little overcrowded you can not do better, on a fine day, than take the bus from Bled to Bohinjsko Jezero. Here you will find peace and unspoiled beauty. I suggest and trip...More
Visited on a lovely sunny day in early october as part of the Alpine Fairytale small group daytrip from Ljubljana by Roundabout travel. Bled may have the castle and the island but in Bohinj one can really appreciate the true beauty of crystal clear waters...More
Sure, Lake Bled has some amazing buildings and it really is stunning, but for me Lake Bohinj came out ahead. It’s got a rawer natural beauty and is a thousand times less touristy than Bled. The drive along the southern side of the lake to...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!!