The Triglav National Park


NO dropping litter and picking flowers!


The Triglav National Park comprises 880 square kilometres, which amounts to 4% of the surface of Slovenia.


The purpose of the park’s foundation is to maintain an exceptional natural and cultural heritage for future generations, this is why it is subject to specific rules of behaviour. It is prohibited to throw away rubbish and pick flowers, making fires, and camping or parking is only permitted in specially designated areas.

Triglav National Park gives its visitors an intense experience of the park with information centres and info points.

Pay them a visit and choose your path, a guided tour, creative workshop in nature or another experience ...



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