Blogs from Kamnik, Slovenia, Europe


Europe » Slovenia » Kamnik November 11th 2018

Ranajky zacinali o 7.00, 7.05 nabieham do jedalne. No bohuzial zatial je tu len conflakes. Vakuovo balene salamy, syry este nikde. V plane bolo zobrat z kazdeho jeden balik + pecivo a zjest to v buse. Bus stanica podobne ako v zahrebe bez digitalnej tabule oznamujucej nastupistia a odchody busov. No par ich tu bolo ale vsetko sluzilo len pre mhd. Moj bus mal ist bud z 1 alebo 2 nastupista. To mi zistovala recepcna ked volala na bus stanicu. V slovinsku udajne neexistuje web stranka ako u nas (ked este existuje, nevim bo som to uz 9mesacov nepotreboval). Odchody busov napisane len pri zavretom infocentre kde sa predavaju i listky. Na nastupistiach ale oproti zahrebu aspon napisane destinacie. Bus prichadza nacas. Listok sa kupuje dnu ale nie u vodica. Po opusteny bus stanice zacal ... read more

Europe » Slovenia » Kamnik July 30th 2017

The Logarska valley is a national park of beautiful green meadows and more alpine slopes, this time the Kamnik Alps, near the town of Solcava. The park ranger suggested a walk up to a view point above Rika Slap (waterfall), it was a steep climb up to the top of the waterfall and then following the dry riverbed up and up to a saddle. We stopped there, it looked as if the climb became even steeper and we’d had enough, the view was great down through the mountains. It was nothing like as good a hike as the other day but still enjoyable. We were there at the weekend which meant lots of locals there, particularly at the café near the waterfall (which you can drive up to). We stayed a few km outside of the ... read more
View of valley meadows
View of Logarska Valley from Panorama Road (evening)
Garden and view from guesthouse

Europe » Slovenia » Kamnik June 29th 2017

We stayed in the small village of Soça in the beautiful Triglav National Park area of the Julian Alps. We had hoped to stay longer in this area but accommodation was all booked up so we packed a lot into a few days. It’s an absolutely beautiful region with alpine mountains, meadows and river valleys. We managed two hikes in the area, the easier one along the Soça river, called appropriately the Soça Valley walk. The highlight (for us of Slovenia and the holiday) was a big hike up from the tourist office in the village of Trenta to the mountain hut near the 7 lakes called Zasavska Koca na Prehodavcih. Trenta is at 620m and the hut at 2 071m elevation. The 3 ½ hours it took to make the climb up started through pine ... read more
Soca Valley, Julian Alps in the distance
View on the way up
Nearing the hut

Europe » Slovenia » Kamnik May 3rd 2016

Kamnik (pronounced (img= listen); German: Stein or ... read more

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