Radovljica is one of the most beautiful Slovenian historical towns highlighted by the picturesque green environment. Admire 16th and 17th-century buildings in the old town centre, including the most beautiful Radovljica Manor. It hosts a museum of apiculture. The renovated historical buildings also feature honeybread- and pottery-making workshops, a gallery, and an alchemy and pharmacy museum as well as boutique accommodation. The only preserved defence moat of its kind in Slovenia can be found here.
Radovljica’s surroundings are also exceptional. Kropa is famous for its artisan blacksmithing, Brezje is the largest Slovenian pilgrimage centre, Lesce is the home of the most famous Slovenian chocolate, and Begunje na Gorenjskem is the home of the famous Avsenik brothers, the pioneers of popular folk music.
Radovljica and its surroundings are intertwined with interesting themed hiking and cycling trails. The Sava Dolinka River tempts visitors with aquatic activities.
Gourmets and those with a sweet tooth can enjoy the diverse cuisine in Radovljica. The town also hosts the largest chocolate festival in Slovenia and also organises various culinary events. Inns that merit a special visit in Radovljica offer their culinary delights under the brand “Okusi Radol’ce” (Taste Radol’ca). They including Michelin-starred Vila Podvin in Možnje with its famous Slovenian chef Uroš Štefelin.