Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 19 With Bohinj below, and Triglav at the top North-western Slovenia is home to the Julian Alps, which is actually the name of the southern part of the Alps. Named after Julius Caesar, they are divided into Eastern and Western parts. You will find the best view of Triglav, the highest peak, if you head to Vogel. The gondola lift that leads to an altitude of 1,537 metres above sea level will provide you with a picture postcard view: beneath you Bohinj, one of Slovenia’s largest and most beautiful lakes, and and Triglav, the country’s highest mountain peak, above. The Vogel Ski Resort is the only major ski centre in the Triglav National Park, which is Foto: Profimedia.rs Foto: iStock Triglav je i simbol Slovenije, a prvi ga je 26. avgusta 1778. osvojio Žiga Zois / Triglav is also a symbol of Slovenia, and it was first conquered on 26th August 1778 by Žiga Zois Klizanje na zaleđenom Bohinjskom jezeru je poseban doživljaj za sve uzraste / Skating on the frozen Lake Bohinj is a special experience for people of all ages Slovenia’s largest and most important national park. Extending along the borders with Italy and Austria, it is one of the oldest national parks in Europe, having been established in 1924. The trails of Vogel are very suitable for children and novice skiers. If you add to this the children’s park and snow park with lots of winter contents, it is clear that this is a great choice for winter holidays for families. Perched at more than 1,500 metres above sea level is a panoramic restaurant where, alongside food or drinks, you can enjoy the incredible view of the alpine beauty of the national park. There should be a special mention for the trail that leads from the top of Vogel all the way to the bottom, to Lake Bohinj itself. Descending in this way allows one to overcome an altitude of around 1,000 metres on skis, which is certainly a cause of great satisfaction. However, unfortunately, this trail is only open when the weather conditions are ideal and snow cover is sufficient. There are also two black runs that are better suited for advanced skiers. There usually aren’t huge crowds at the Vogel Ski Centre, and this ski resort, like the whole region, is the most beautiful by far. Bohinj offers restaurants and accommodation facilities, but also an aqua park that is open year-round and has swimming pools, water attractions and wellness and spa treatments. Skating on the frozen Lake Bohinj is a special experience for people of all ages. metara visok je Triglav, najviši vrh Julijskih Alpa, najviši vrh Slovenije, ali i najviši vrh nekadašnje Jugoslavije metres high is Triglav, the highest peak of the Julian Alps, Slovenia’s highest peak, but also the highest peak on the territory of the former Yugoslavia 2.864