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Tucked away in the enchanting landscape of Slovenia’s Triglav National Park, the Savica Waterfall (Slap Savica) captivates visitors with its natural beauty and dramatic setting. With a unique A-shaped cascade plunging over 70 meters, it’s a gem of Alpine Slovenia that promises a picturesque and refreshing escape.

History

The Savica Waterfall, fed by an underground river from the Triglav Lakes Valley, has been mesmerizing visitors for centuries. It is known for its influence on one of Slovenia’s greatest poets, France Prešeren, who was inspired by its natural grandeur in his renowned epic “The Baptism on the Savica”. It continues to hold significant cultural and historical resonance for Slovenians.

How to get there

Getting to Savica Waterfall requires a journey to Lake Bohinj, which is the closest landmark. From Ljubljana, there are regular train and bus services to the town of Bohinjsko Jezero near Lake Bohinj. From the lake, follow signs to Savica, which is about 4km away. Those driving from Ljubljana can take the A2 highway; the journey is roughly 80 kilometres and takes around an hour and a half.

List of Attractions

Savica Waterfall is undoubtedly the main attraction, however, the surrounding landscape also offers plenty. Climbing Mount Triglav, Slovenia’s highest peak, provides unforgettable vistas. Lake Bohinj, situated nearby, is ideal for water activities in the warmer months. Additionally, the path to the waterfall offers stunning viewpoints, perfect for memorable photographs.

Ticket Information

A nominal entry fee of €3 for adults and €1.5 for children is charged to maintain the footpath and viewing platform at the waterfall. Tickets can be purchased at the log cabin ticket office located at the beginning of the trail.

List of Tips for Visiting

  • Wear comfortable and sturdy shoes; the path to the waterfall includes a climb of roughly 500 steps.
  • The area can get chilly even during summer, so bring a light jacket.
  • Visit early in the morning to avoid the crowds and enjoy the peaceful sounds of nature.
  • Pack a picnic! There are numerous spots to enjoy an alfresco meal with pristine views.
  • Respect the environment and abide by the guidelines for national park visitors.
  • Don’t forget to bring your camera; every corner of this area is a photographer’s paradise.

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