The highest mountain peaks of Slovenia are found in the north-west part of the country. At the heart of Julian Alps, in the Triglav National Park, you are greeted by Bohinj, one of the prettiest Alpine valleys. This is where the largest fresh water lake in the country is located. Bohinj is an excellent starting point for short or long alpine hiking trips to the peaks of the Julian Alps. To make your holiday break more enjoyable, take the Hop-on-Hop-off bus which connects the best tourist points in the vicinity in the Triglav National Park. The reflections of the mountains are mirrored on the surface of Bohinj lake, together with the green shades of the nearby forest and the azure of the sky. You may visit the picturesque Savica Waterfall, its water comes to the surface from underground the Triglav Lakes Valley and it forms one of the two springs of the longest Slovenian river, the Sava river.