Castles and Mansions in Radovljica and the Surroundings
Walk through the ruins of castles, drink coffee in the shelter of a renaissance mansion or listen to a concert in a luxurious baroque hall.
In the past Radolca's castles and mansions were visited and inhabited by the Counts of Ortenburg, Celje and Podvin, the noble Lamberghs, the counts Thurn-Valssasina and many others. Distinguished testaments to the past, exceptional architecture and luxury can be seen in the countryside and in the medieval town centre of Radovljica.
Hiking trails lead to Kamen Castle and Lipnica Castle. According to legend, still today a snake with a golden crown is said to slither over Lipnica Castle where it waits for its prince. Kamen Castle was the home of the famous tournament knight Gašper Lambergar.
The architectural style of the manor in Radovljica old town is 18th century in character, whilst its interior is home to museums, music and events.
At the entrance to the Draga valley, standing atop a rocky promontory, are the picturesque ruins of a castle of the Counts of Lambergh.
Drink coffee in a calm ambience, savour top-quality cuisine or enjoy pampering for two in the manor's spacious rooms.
Stroll beneath the treetops of the horse chestnut tree-lined avenue surrounding the park. It leads to Plečnik's masterpieces and the burial ground of hostages in the park.
On the slopes above the Lipnica valley the ruins of Lipnica Castle offer views across green hills to the Julian Alps.