Different ways of accommodation are available in Triglav National Park and its surroundings. In the heart of the park you can choose between mountain huts, chalets, rural tourism and camping sites. Nearby Bohinj Lake or Pokljuka there are also some hotels. There are certainly enough options available for your selection.

It’s up to you and your goals to determine which accommodation you choose. You will probably want to stay in Mountain hut to climb one of the peaks in the park. Chalets, hunting hut or some other private cottage you will choose for a few days of holiday in a mountain ambiance. Chalets and private huts provide more space for yourself and more intimacy. While in mountain huts you will share your place with other hikers. Farm tourism, on the other hand, provides you with a genuine contact with the lives of people in this mountainous environment. And finally, at a campsite you will sleep in the most direct contact with nature.

Not far away, right next to the edge of the park, the choice is much greater. There are many hotels, apartments, private accommodation, holiday homes, guesthouses, tourist farms and hostels. In direction from Bohinj, you have a lot of villages Gorjuše, Goreljek, Jereka, Srednja Vas, Stara Fužina, Ukanc. From Bled there is Bohinjska Bela, Gorje, Krnica, Zatrnik. From Kranjska Gora side its Gozd Martuljek and Mojstrana. And also from the west side, from the stunning Valley of Trenta, there are villages like Trenta, Soča, Bovec.

Bivouacs in Triglav National Park

The most important task of the bivouacs is certainly the shelter, before and after the tour, or in an emergency. To justify this, bivouacs must be open constantly and intended for all visitors in the mountains: mountaineers, hikers, cavemen. They are intended for overnight stays and certainly not for several days or holidays. In addition, they are also intended as a starting point for conquering hard-to-reach or far-flung targets in mountains beyond the scope of a one-day tour. If it…

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Bled accommodation or Ljubljana apartments?

Bled accommodation or Ljubljana apartments, what to choose when visiting Slovenia? If you are looking for Bled accommodation or Ljubljana apartments, the city of Kranj is the best solution for you! From a distance of 25 km from each, you can enjoy both Slovenian sights, without moving between accommodations. In particular cozy and spacious apartment for 2-8 people in a beautifully renovated house, that has preserved the character of the past with some unique elements. Did you decide to visit…

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Why is Bled the best starting point for hikers?

Bled is the best entering point for enjoying nature and small-town life on the same trip. Anyone looking for a base point for their hiking tours in Triglav National Park, can not avoid looking into Bled accommodations. Bled is now the hot spot to visit in Slovenia and you can easily see why. This town, tucked into the beautiful Julian Alps, is best known for its picturesque glacial lake, complete with overlooking castle and fairytale-like island with a church in…

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Triglav National Park cottages and chalets

Private accommodation in Triglav National Park Certainly, a special experience is the rental of cottages and chalets in the Triglav National Park. Above all, these are small accommodation units in beautiful locations. Therefore, they provide a great deal of privacy and freedom. Even more, there are many such that can be reached by car. But some of them only by walking for a few hours. Another important factor in your choice is, of course, the tour you want to make…

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6 most scenic mountain huts in Triglav National Park

The list of mountain huts in Triglav National Park that you should definitely visit Planika Triglav mountain Hut Located just under the top of Mt Triglav, this is one of the most popular Triglav mountain huts. It lies at an altitude of 2400 meters. Certainly, it’s a perfect base for your climb to the top of the highest Slovenian mountain. From the valley to the hut it’s 5-6 hours of walking and from the hut to the top, you will…

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Where to spend the night in Triglav National Park during winter time?

Overnight in Triglav National Park during winter time? If you are heading towards Slovenia during winter, which in the mountains is considered from October to June, and you are planning to do some hiking in the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park, it is not the easiest thing to find a place to overnight. Because majority of mountain huts stay closed from October to the end of May. However, there are some exceptions. Mountain hut at Komna plateau is a…

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Triglav National Park Rules

About Triglav National Park and Rules in the park Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia and it has 880 km2, which represents 4 % of the Slovenian surface. It lies in the northwestern part of Slovenia, close to Austrian and Italian borders. The Julian Alps represent the biggest part of it. In addition, it is one of the oldest parks in Europe, since 1924. Above all, it is a strictly protected area in accordance to preserve…

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Triglav National Park Camping

Camping in Triglav National Park (TNP) is the best experience, that you can get in Slovenia, but you can camp only in official campsites. Outside of these areas camping is strictly forbidden. So be aware, because you can get up to 1000 € of fine, if they caught you “wild” camping. Therefore you are not allowed to sleep in vehicles and there are no car parks for campervans. All for the reason that we preserve the unique environment and keep…

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