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Turquoise, Triglav National Park, Bovec, Slovenia

Triglav National Park is in Bovec Slovenia and was established in its modern form in 1982. Full of mountains, valleys and lakes it covers 838 square kilometres by the border with Italy and Austria, accounting for four percent of Slovenia’s entire territory. Many waterfalls can be found in the park The highest and one of most beautiful waterfall is Boka Falls (106 m).

Smartno at blue hour, Goriska brda wine region. Photo by Leni Ozis. #slovenia #photography #trips4photos

Emerald river - Soča - Trenta is a valley in the Julian Alps in the northern part of the Goriška traditional region of Slovenia. The source of the river Soča and the settlements of Soča, Lepena and Trenta are located in Trenta. The Vršič pass connects the valley with the Upper Carniola to the east. The Soča flows generally south-west through the valley and then onwards to Bovec. The Soča (in Slovene) or Isonzo (in Italian) (other names Friulian: Lusinç, archaic German: Sontig, Latin…

Flowering cherry trees and beautiful vineyards in the wine region of Goriska Brda, Slovenia

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Brda: The Tuscany of Slovenia

Brda, the land of hills, is nestled midway between the Alps and the Adriatic. It has been given the nickname the ‘Tuscany of Slovenia’ for its countless vineyards, rolling hills, and medieval villages.

Slovenia - a must visit in 2016! (and beyond) Featuring: the mountain-fringed vineyards of Slovenia's Goriska Brda region. Photo by Ales Fevzer, courtesy of Slovenia Tourism.

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HERBAL ROOMS WITH LOCALS

Herbal houses at the crossroads of Soča valley, Goriška brda wine region, Trnovo and Banjšice plateau, Vipavska valley and Karst region. #Slovenia #golocal