Logar Valley in Slovenia is one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Europe. We visited it by bus from Zagreb, which takes about 3,5 hours.
The valley is 7 kilometers long and around 250 meters wide. It’s surrounded by 2000+ meters tall Alpine peaks. The most famous landscape, shown in the bunch of photos online, is the entrance to the valley with a bright green meadows and respectful snowy peaks in the background.
After a drive or a walk from there you can get to Rinka cascade, an impressive 90 meters tall waterfall with ‘Eagle’s nest’ wooden lookout built next to it.
Be sure to take your widest lens, I couldn’t take a good photo of the cascade with my 14mm on Olympus E-30 (equivalent to 28 mm on full frame) which would show it’s true impressiveness.
It’s a beautiful place to relax and/or for active vacation. There’s a few hiking and mountain paths for those who wish to be active.
On the way to Logar Valley we visited Old City in Celje.