Photographer's Note

Lake Bohinj (Slovene: Bohinjsko jezero) is the largest permanent lake in Slovenia.[2] Lake Bohinj is located in the Bohinj municipality in the north-west of the country, and is inside Triglav National Park.
And it`s gotten more expensive over the years (what hasn`t).

When I stepped up to the booth, where an utterly indifferent young woman was selling tickets for a ride with a boat, she told me that it costs 10 euro both ways. I`d hate to know what one way means when going on a boat that gives you a tour and disembarks you in the same spot you embarked on. :)
But in all seriousness, I guess it leaves you on the other side of the lake, then you have to walk all the way back ... or swim.

The cable car to Vogel, overlooking Bohinj costs 13 euros both ways. Not a terrible amount, if you plan on staying up there for a couple of days. Too much is you just want the view.

It seems the only thing cheap these days is walking, so that`s exactly what we did, all around the lake. Around 10km probably. :)

This is a view at the "start" of the lake, near the church, from the bridge. Makes sense doesent it.

Thanks for seeing, best regards.

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