Together with the exceptional natural wealth of Triglav National Park and Bled, Radol'ca shines in an abundance of cultural heritage. The old town centre of Radovljica is one of the most beautiful in Slovenia, the heritage of beekeeping, iron forging and national folk music can be felt all around.
Nature here is no less wonderful, just more calm and mysterious. There are numerous hiking trails and view points that encompass the whole of Gorenjska.
Set off on a discovery of culture heritage in the company of locals. Take a ride on the Hop-On Hop-Off tourist bus and experience more. We will open the doors of local museums and show you some of the hidden sights of the countryside.
Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in July and August!
Text and photos by Miran Kambič, January 2018
I was given the task of choosing and presenting 'My Favourite 10' in Radol'ca. And, since 2018 is dedicated to Slovenia's cultural heritage, it's only right that these 10 should be cultural heritage themed.
Text by Kaja Beton, May 2018
One of Slovenia's most famous architects was born in Radovljica. His most well-known work is the building with the colourful facade on the street Miklošičeva ulica in Ljubljana. On the Tourism Ljubljana website, they call it simply 'Vurnik's House'.
written by Rebecca Svetina, January 2019
I quite enjoy the start of the new year in my (now) hometown of Radovljica. The hype of the holidays has faded and we can enjoy the frost-kissed landscape and snow capped mountains, which makes the fairytale town of Radovljica even more idyllic.
Written by Adele Gray, january 2018
Though, in truth, I will never be a lover of winter and snow, since moving to Slovenia in 2007 I have learnt that in winter in the area where I live – Radovljica, in the northwest i.e. the alpine area - snow is a fact of life and, to some extent, have learnt to embrace it!