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Radovljica, Linhartov trg
The home of honey and chocolate. Authentic architecture, the medieval centre and the diversity of museums shape this charming historical town on the doorstep of the Julian Alps. Radovljica invites you to encounter the past and taste local cuisine in renowned restaurants and at lively events. The surroundings beckon you to explore traditional villages, castle ruins and other historical sites by bike or hike to panoramic summits in the area.

Radovljica – očarljivo, pristno sladko srednjeveško mesto

Contact and tourist information centre

Discover Radovljica

The Sava River Trail

Listen to the Sava River  and hike the hidden fisherman's paths and discover the stunning natural beauty of its riverside forests and meadows. 

Begunje Shepherd's Trail

This curcular route in the Karawanke mountain range will reward a hiker with pristine nature and beautiful views towards the Julian Alps.

Katzenstein manor & park by works of Architect Jože Plečnik

Magnificent baroque mansion reminiscences the tragic events of WWII in The Museum of hostages, while it's gardens hide an architectural gem of Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik.

The Avsenik Museum

Recently renovated Museum dedicated to the life and works of Vilko and Slavko Avsenik, legendary Slovenian musicians and founders of the popular "Oberkrainer" music genre.


From 14th until 20th Cent. Kropa was the centre of Slovenia's iron forging industry. Now it  is famous for its preserved architectural and technical heritage.

Radovljica Old Town

Many consider Radovljica as the most beautiful small town in Slovenia. It inspires with the variety and authenticity of its preserved architecture nad rich museum collections. 

The Three Bridges Trail (Radovljica - Šobec - Lancovo - Radovljica)

Diverse and rewarding circular walk (popular also with runners and mountain bikers) uncovers the scenic landscape near the confluence of Sava Dolinka and Sava Bohinjka rivers.

JULIANA TRAIL: stage 4 Begunje - Bled

Stage 4 is a flat stage that connects Begunje, a village below the Karavanke mountains, Radovljica, the cultural capital of the Julian Alps, and Bled as one of the most recognised places at the eastern entry area to the Julian Alps.

Around Radovljica with a mountain bike

Discover Radovljica and it's surrounding on your own power and pass thourgh it's charming villages, fairytale forests and soak up the stunning views.

Video: Visit Radol'ca
Daljinska pohodniška pot Juliana, 4. etapa: Begunje - Bled
Video: Visit Radol'ca
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