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On the highway from Ljubljana to Bled or from Jesenice to Bled, then about half an hour along the regional road. When you arrive to the village Ribčev laz (the beginning of lake Bohinj), you have on the right side a stone bridge, turn slightly to the left and drive along the shore of Lake Bohinj.
After about 4 kilometers you will see on the right side the camp. Arriving at the crossroads, where you turn right and right again as soon as possible.
GPS coordinates: 46,279147°N 13,836237°E
From Radovljica through Bled to the village of Ukanc. The bus station is called “Bohinj Zlatorog”.
Bus travel is ideal for the adventurers at heart. There are so many small towns with a rich history and national parks that are just waiting to be explored and you can’t easily get to most of those by plane.
A bus, on the other hand, will haul you directly to your point of interest and, on the way there, you can check out the route for future reference when you need to get back.
By train from Ljubljana or Jesenice to railway station “Bohinjska Bistrica” and then by bus from »Bohinjska Bistrica” to “Bohinj Zlatorog”
Train travel is easily the most underrated form of long-distance travel. There’s something old-school and charming about riding trains. Between the food car, the conductors, and the world flying by outside your window, there’s a nostalgic appeal to train travel.Train rides are smooth and turbulence-free, meaning they won’t jostle the contents of your luggage or your stomach. Traveling by train can be incredibly scenic. You can see cities, mountains and rivers from the seat of a train.