Hiking in the Surroundings of Radovljica

 

A combination of wonderful nature and a wealth of heritage.

 

Hiking is one of the most popular among the numerous types of outdoor activities. There is a wide choice of trails that vary according to their difficulty, gradient and length. Radovljica and its surroundings offer surprisingly amazing views. After just a half-hour's hike uphill you will be rewarded by exceptional views over the Radovljica plains and Bled.

 

Easy theme trails lead through forests, across flowering meadows and alongside watercourses. Hiking trails lead to the mountain pastures and peaks of the Jelovica plateau and the Karavanke mountains. Short strolls are an ideal way to see some of the attractions in the countryside. Triglav National Park is within easy reach and can be visited from various directions.

 

Hiking trails in the surroundings of the town of Radovljica beckon throughout the year. In early spring snowdrops and primroses grow along the trails, while in places the pungent aroma of wild garlic can be smelt. Later, the aroma of meadow flowers fills the air. Seek respite from the summer heat beside rivers and streams, while the treetops provide shade from the sun's rays. In autumn you will be inspired by the colourful leaves and can enjoy gathering the fruits of the season. In winter the calm landscape beckons one to get active outdoors.

 

 

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THEME TRAILS

Theme trails near Bled

Twelve theme trails through the Radovljica countryside provide an opportunity to discover the area's history, culture and nature. Trails of various lengths and difficulties mean there is something for everyone, and many of the trails are accessible throughout the year.

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HIKING TRAILS

Hiking around Radovljica

The Karavanke mountains are on one side of the valley and the Jelovica plateau on the other. Mt. Begunjščica is the highest of the peaks, while marked hiking trails lead to other peaks in the surroundings and to ridges with panoramic views, for example, Jamnik and St. Peter's church.

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TRIGLAV NATIONAL PARK

Triglav National ParkSet off to explore Triglav National Park from various directions. The starting points for numerous trails are nearby, while one stage of the Juliana Trail runs through Radovljica. The long-distance hiking trail leads around the Julian Alps and covers 16 stages in 16 days.

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News & Blog

 

22.04.2021 08:58
What is open, what and where you can order food and/or other products to take away, and what you can visit

Tourist  facilities in Radovljica are reopening on 26th April 2021. Read on to find out what museums and activities are ready for your visit!

... or any other year latter on

Although it is fairly obvious that for many of us there are still a lot of questions surrounding holidays abroad this year, the following reasons will help to convince you that Radovljica is the ideal place to holiday this year – as and when the borders are open and it is safe to travel.

22.03.2021 14:25
Mobile Julian Alps Card

Guests who stay in the municipality of Radovljca for a minimum of two nights at any of our partner accommodation providers will receive a FREE Julian Alps: Radovljica discount card.

Winter in Radovljica

Take a walk in the tranquil countryside or hike to snow-covered mountain pastures.

During winter you can also enjoy numerous outdoors activities. 

  • Off-piste skiing and snowshoeing
  • Hiking and countryside strolls
  • Parkour archery
  • Radovljica skating rink
  • Olympic-size swimming pool
  • Ski pistes in the near surroundings

 

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