V Bohinju so pripravili že 13. Mednarodni festival alpskega cvetja, s katerim se poklonijo tamkajšnjemu cvetličnemu bogastvu.
Blejski vintgar je prva soteska v Sloveniji, ki so jo konec 19. stoletja uredili za turistični obisk.
Biolog Miha Krofel je eden največjih poznavalcev velikih zveri pri nas.
Umetniški opus slikarja Mateja Metlikoviča ima poudarjeno duhovno dimenzijo.
Poljak Piotr Skrzypiec s svojimi fotografijami predstavlja lepote Slovenije, ki so ga povsem zasvojile.
INTERNATIONAL WILD FLOWER FESTIVAL IN BOHINJ
In the heart of the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park lies Bohinj, an oasis of peace and unspoiled nature. As this is a meeting point of the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Bohinj area features an outstanding biotic and botanical diversity. In late spring, when nature is at its best and the meadows bloom, the people of Bohinj pay homage to their floral treasures with the International Festival of Wild Flowers.
THE BLED VINTGAR GORGE
In the Triglav National Park also lies the Bled Vintgar Gorge.The beautiful gorge was created by the Radovna, the Alpine river which forges its way across the valley through narrow crevasses. Bled Vintgar was the first gorge in Slovenia arranged for tourist visits at the end of the 19th century.
BIOLOGIST MIHA KROFEL
Slovenia is home to three large European beasts – the bear, the wolf and the lynx. While the population of bears and wolves is growing, the lynx is on the verge of extinction. One of the greatest experts on large beasts in Slovenia is biologist Miha Krofel, who also takes part in various international research projects in Africa and Asia.
PAINTER MATEJ METLIKOVIČ
the artistic oeuvre of painter Matej Metlikovič has a pronounced spiritual dimension. He paints on canvas, wood and paper, and also produces stained glass. He seeks inspiration in the great painters, as well as literature and music, to which he frequently resorts during his work in the studio.
PHOTOGRAPHER PIOTR SKRZYPIEC
In spite of its small size Slovenia is an extremely diverse country at the crossroads of the Alpine, Mediterranean, Pannonian and Dinaric worlds. Due to this diversity, it is also particularly interesting to photographers. Piotr Skrzypiec from Poland was so enthusiastic about Slovenia that he made it his home and now portrays its beautiful features in his photographs.