What to see in Kranjska Gora?
Spend your free time in nature and enjoy the beauties of the Julian Alps.
Kranjska Gora is a land of many opportunities for active holidays in nature. Enter the kingdom of the highest Slovenian peaks.Explore our nature
The lake takes its name from the chalk that was dug there until 1985.
Slemen's Spit (Slemenova špica)
A trip to the golden larches.
A picturesque village above the settlement of Gozd Martuljek, worth a visit.
A popular peak with an easy route and a challenging protected circular route.
Vitranc is a mountain on the edge of the Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park, with two trails leading to it.
This beautiful 1891 m high mountain in the Karavanke Mountains is hidden above the village of Dovje.
Grančišče is a rocky outcrop above the village of Veliki Breg in Mojstrana.
Martuljek mountain chain
He took a handful of all nice with his hand, weaving them into a wreath over the valley deep.
The Triglav National Park
Discover the Kingdom of Zlatorog, the only national park in Slovenia.
Krnica is an approximately 6 km long mountain valley south of Kranjska Gora.
Kranjska Gora always surprises with its cultural treasures. Fairy tales still live here, traces of which can be found at every turn.Explore our heritage
Artwork in memory of and as a reminder
Kajžnk's House in Rateče is a cultural monument of local importance, the same as the museum collection “Ethnological heritage of Rateče”.
“Our Triglav King Matjaž – priest of Dovje – Aljaž”
The Slovenian Alpine Museum
The Slovenian Alpine Museum in Mojstrana is a unique Alpine and mountaineering centre in Slovenia.
In memory of the 21 Olympians who were at home in the villages under Triglav.
Nordic Center Planica
The Nordic Center Planica is an exceptional environment for continuing the tradition of ski jumping and flying!
Rateče or Klagenfurt Manuscript
The medieval Rateče or Klagenfurt manuscript is the second oldest monument of Slovene literature after the Brižine monuments.
Triglav fairytales and Mirko Kunčič
Many fairy tales are woven around the gray eye of Triglav, which are mysteriously kept in their bosoms by mysteriously silent rocks, dark forests below them and sun-drenched mountains.
Ethnological heritage of Rateče
Get to know the local history of Rateče, the costume of Rateče, the specialties of the cuisine and village customs.
Stories of Kranjska Gora
In Kranjska Gora and the surrounding areas, lively experiences of the Julian Alps await you. There are plenty of experiences that you want to try for yourself, from actively spending your holidays to peacefully discovering your natural and cultural heritage. You can discover the secrets of well-being in the rich wellness offer, attend business and social meetings or explore the mystical past of the Upper Sava Valley with your family. This is where the adventure begins!
How "dovški krapi" became a world famous dish
Pasta Grannies visits Slovenia!
5 things not to be missed in the autumn-colored Kranjska Gora
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. We have already stepped into autumn, the tops of the highest mountains have already been whitened by first snow and morning temperatures are already falling below zero in the valley. We have gathered for you some activities that you can do iduring the visit of tourist destination Kranjska Gora.
World Bee Day and a picnic area for bees
The Fourth World Bee Day is taking place this year in the light of a special appeal not to mow public areas and lawns around houses due to the frost, which has severely affected fruit trees. The destination Kranjska Gora also joined this appeal.
5 ideas of what to do in Kranjska Gora when it rains
5 tips on what to do in bad weather in Kranjska Gora.
Summer hit: Juliana Trail hiking trail
At a respectful distance and at the foot of the Alps, the path will lead you along the edge of the Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park.
A notice that changed life in Kranjska Gora forever
"Let's unite and work together for the prosperity of Kranjska Gora, to elevate and improve traffic, to beautify the place and to facilitate communication with foreigners!"
Meta Hrovat: "I'm glad that life has taken me to where I am now"!
A local from Podkoren and Slovenian alpine skier Meta Hrovat openly talks about the changes during the epidemic, the competitive rhythm, preparations for new competitions and about herself and her life as a top skier.
A day for the mountains: rock pleasures in an idyllic village below Triglav
Taking advantage of the day for the mountains is never a bad decision.