Slovenia: The beautiful Tolmin Gorge

On our way from your first location, in Bovec to Lake Bohinj, our second location, we visited the beautiful Tolmin Gorge. The gorge is the lowest entry point to the Triglav National Park. It is a stunning nature side that should not be missed. The side provides three different parking lots. One close by that needs to be paid. The two other once are for free and can be hiking in 15 to 30 minutes.

On the 2 km loop we crossed the pictures highlights of the gorge like The Devil’s Bridge. That set 60 meters high above the Tolminka River. As well as the wedged rock named Bear’s Head. Also, interesting was the thermal spring that is located in  the cave under the Devil’s bridge.

As we visited in the morning around 10 am we nearly had the side on our own. To spend a bit more time in the region we made our way up to a nearby restaurant following the street Zadlaz – Čadrg. The restaurant has an incredible view into the Triglav National Park, which can just be enjoyed perfectly on the terrace of the restaurant.

As the menu was full of traditional Slovenian food we took an early lunch. The restaurant owner brought us this tasty plates with a mixture of local cheese and cold cuts. Combined with the view in front of us and a local red wine the day could not get any better. With just enjoying the moment we stayed for nearly two hours.

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