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 includes visits to:
Daily Ticket: 25 €, children up to 10 years free.
FREE with Julian Alps Card: Radovljica and Julian Alps Card: Bled
The trip begins with a short visit to Brezje, home to the Basilica of Mary Help of Christians – Slovenia's national pilgrimage sanctuary. A local guide will lead a tour of the exterior, which features works by two of Slovenia's greatest architects – Ivan Vurnik and Joze Plečnik – followed by a visit to the Chapel of Mary.
After rejoining the bus, you will spend the majority of the rest of the tour in Radovljica. You will now take a guided tour of the old town centre, during which a local guide will show you the attractive 16th and 17th century bourgeois houses and tell interesting tales of their residents. You will stroll through hidden alleys and step into the magnificence of the Radovljica Manor. The tour continues to discover the beauties of the former castle park and a chance to admire the exceptional views over the Sava river valley. After the guided tour you will have time to visit one of the numerous museums or enjoy some of the excellent local cuisine.
You can also visit:
Every Saturday in July & August
This bus trip, which is ideal for those who enjoy more active outings, starts at Kamen Castle. It begins with a tour of the castle ruins, then you will set off on a guided walk along the Lamberg Trail in Begunje na Gorenjskem.
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.
A walk through Radovljica which, in addition to Linhart Square, includes many other attractions and acquaints visitors with some of Radovljica's famous residents from the past. Online map is available to assist with orientation.