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15. Jan 2020
Juliana trail in New York Times

Juliana trail in New York Times

The Soca Valley has captivated the world.

The Juliana trail is a 270 kilometer long hiking trail, which circles the Slovenia`s highest mountain Triglav in 16 stages. The trail is set in the beautiful setting of the Triglav National Park. Quite a big part of the Juliana trail goes through the Soca Valley and passes Tolmin. 

The online edition of the New York Times has set the Juliana Trail among 52 places one needs to see in 2020. The author of the article enhances Slovenia as one of the most environmentally conscious nation and the Juliana Trail as a sustainability-focused hiking trail. The author invites hikers to experience Slovenia`s overlooked spots as the trail spreads the visitor traffic and reduces tourist bottlenecks.

Hotel Dvorec in Tolmimn is an ideal starting point for as many as 4 stages of the Juliana trail.

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