Take a walk through the lovely town centre of Tržič to the Tržič Museum, where you will learn about the rich craft heritage of the town. Continue to the nearby world-famous Dovžan Gorge, which has become a synonym for Tržič. From there your route and the promise of good food will take you even higher, until you reach the pastures below Košuta, where you can enjoy delicious Tržič delicacies such as dumplings, sour milk, and masovnek, among others. In the Podljubelj Valley, you can experience total darkness as you explore St. Anne Mine. Just below the border crossing, the memorial park of the former Ljubelj labour camp and the recently renovated memorial room in a nearby inn will remind you of the dark moments of history. Higher up is Zelenica, the starting point for climbing mountains that only the boldest will stand atop of.
Thematic trails are just the thing for discovering less populated corners of Tržič. Follow the Three Bells, the Rosary Trail or the trail to the picturesque viewpoint of Kamnek above Tržič. Here, in addition to the abundance of trails, there are plenty of mountain pastures and peaks shyly beckoning you closer. Discover lesser known pastures such as Šija, Pungrat, Tegoška, Dolga Njiva, Konjščica, Javornik, Lešanska, Kal and many others.
The way to the heart is through the stomach, and Tržič will also entice you with its culinary delights. There is something for everyone here - from authentic traditional dishes to modern cuisine that will delight the taste buds. One thing is certain, you will definitely not go hungry in Tržič!
The Tržič Museum presents the once extremely highly developed trades and crafts that were the livelihood for many Tržič residents. The museum premises are in the former Pollak dyehouse and tannery in the old forging and crafts part of Tržič along the still preserved water chutes. Of particular interest is the display of shoemaking and footwear and the display of the tradition of skiing. >
Does a witch live here? Is someone hiding in the cave? Does the clear water from karst springs have magical power? Udin Woods (Slovene: Udin boršt) is a rugged karst landscape that fires the imagination. But the Three Bells Trail, which winds through the northern part of Udin Woods, is a pleasant and easy route for all ages. >
No route in Europe is as steep and beautiful as this one. This is the heart of the land of Tržič. Ever since there have been people in this region, there has been a route over the Karawanks to northern Europe here. For many long centuries it enabled smithing, tanning, and shoemaking to flourish, as Tržič inhabitants sold their highly esteemed craft products to faraway parts of Europe. >