Every day during July and August, we invite you to join a guided tour to discover the attractions in the surroundings of Bled. The tour is free for holders of Julian Alps guest cards: Bled and Julian Alps guest cards: Radovljica.
Join a half-day guided tour in July and August during which you will visit and discover interesting Gorenjska towns and villages. The majority of the tours begin in Bled, however, the tourist bus also picks up guests in all the large campsites and at selected bus stations in Lesce and Radovljica. Therefore, every morning, 7 days per week, you can discover one of the interesting places or natural attractions of Radovljica, Begunje, Kropa, Tržič and Jesenice in the Gorenjska region, while a tour of Bled with a local guide takes place once a week. We also guide you along theme paths and to see other attractions that would be hard to otherwise find alone, and in some places there are even some special experiences arranged just for you!
Every Tuesday in July & August
A beauty forged by natures' works; the cradle of ironworking; Little Venice – these are how the villages you will visit are referred to. Discover the wealthy tradition of ironworking and visit the picturesque village centres of Kropa and Kamna Gorica.
Every Wednesday in July & August
Experience the gem of Slovenia on a walk with a local guide. The guide will reveal tales to acquaint you with the exceptional natural beauties and wealth of cultural heritage of the town and its surroundings. You can make the experience even more special by enjoying some unique Bled cuisine.
Every Thursday in July and August
A wonderful trip to the old town centre of Radovljica, which is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Slovenia. A local guide will acquaint you with tales of the 'sweetest' Slovenian town, as well as the country's largest pilgrimage centre.
The tour is free for holders of Julian Alps guest cards: Bled and Julian Alps guest cards: Radovljica.
Throughout July and August you can join FREE guided tours, which are organised by the Radovljica and Begunje tourist information centres and local tourist associations. Guided tours of Radovljica take place every Tuesday and, upon prior arrangement, are also available throughout the rest of the year.
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.