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Kamen Castle apartments feature two apartments located in close proximity to Kamen Castle.
Apartment Peter1a is located in a private house in a peaceful natural environment with views of the Julian Alps and the Karavanke mountains.
In the Legat homestead, there are two buildings that offer tourist accommodation. One has four well-equipped apartments, whilst the distinguished 17th Baroque manor can accommodate 12 guests.
This new wooden house in the countryside has a well-appointed main room and a separate bathroom.
Located in a quiet village close to Radovljica and the beauties of Gorenjska, Gorenska hiška (Gorenjska house) can accommodate up to 10 people.
A spacious, light and well-equipped apartment situated on the top floor of a residential house in Radovljica.
The large garden and pristine nature surrounding the Jelovca apartments and rooms make for a relaxed and comfortable stay.
The apartment is located in a residental house in the small village of Gorica, right next to the mini golf course and 'gold mine'.
Two apartments in a quiet part of Radovljica, in close proximity to the town centre.
Spacious apartments at the confluence of the Sava Bohinjka and Sava Dolinka rivers.
Simple but well-appointed rooms right next to Brezje's basilica – a perfect haven for pilgrims and families as there are multiple beds in each room.
An apartment with a view of the Karavanke mountains that offers a comfort stay for four people.
Spacious rooms are available in the birth house of the world-renowned Avsenik Brothers national folk music ensemble. The rooms are equipped with cosy, solid wood furniture.
The Vidic Manor apartments are located in Linhart Square, the heart of the old town centre of Radovljica, in a Renaissance manor built in 1634.
The apartment is designed like a gallery in which there are pictures and products made from molten glass by the owner Maja Zaplotnik.
With effect from 16th October, new, stricter measures come into force to try to combat the spread of coronavirus. Restaurants must close, while some museums will remain open.
With effect from October some of Radol'ca's museums and galleries move to a winter schedule. The Museum of Apiculture will be closed from 18 October to 18 December due to renovation.
There's plenty to see and do in Radovljica and the surroundings all year-round.
Marvel at autumn colours or a fairytale winter scene, savour excellent food and take part in numerous exceptional events.
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