Written by Kaja Beton, October 2019
Autumn is a wonderful time to explore Slovenia, whether for outdoor activities or learning about cultural heritage, and not forgetting a visit to great restaurants. Below you can read our latest suggestions for an autumn trip in the surroundings of Radovljica.
Written by Adele Gray, october 2019
In the over 12 years that I have been living in Radovljica, there’s barely been a day when I haven’t been for a stroll through the beautiful medieval old town centre – come rain or shine.
Written by Rebecca Svetina, July 2019
The first week of the summer was a scorcher, and another heat wave is in the forecast! To make the most of the summer sun, we sought out the best places in and around Radovljica to go swimming, eat ice cream, and enjoy the summer!
Written by Adele Gray, June 2019
As someone who works at home, when deciding to eat out, it’s as much about a change of scenery as it is about the food – though of course bad food with a good view doesn’t cut the mustard!
Written by Rebecca Svetina, April 2019
If you’re anywhere near Radovljica on April 12–14th this year, you can indulge your inner child and your own children at the Radovljica Chocolate Festival, where you’ll find chocolate fountains and other gooey delights. It’s an indulgence of all your senses. It’s like a ginormous outdoor chocolate factory with the sweet scent of chocolate permeating through the whole town all weekend.
Written by Kaja Beton, March 2019
For some time its been well-known that the Radovljica Chocolate Festival is the biggest and best chocolate-related event in Slovenia. However, we also believe that, in reality, it's also the only real festival of its kind in the country. Why?
Written by Rebecca Svetina, March 2019
Where do these kids get their energy?! When your kids need to burn off some steam, but you need a bench or coffee, check out one of these public playgrounds in and around Radovljica and Bled. Each has its own perks.
Written by Adele in Slovenia, March 2019
When I first came to Slovenia on holiday in 2006, I cycled alongside the Sava river from Bled to Radovljica and as soon as I rode into the beautiful old town centre, it was love at first sight!
Written by Kaja Beton, February 2019
In the month when Slovenia celebrates Prešeren Day - a cultural public holiday – we have prepared a list of a range of places that particularly strive for the preservation and presentation of Slovenian culture.
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 Radovljica Tourism, December 2018
In December Radovljica doesn't change into an illuminated galaxy and nor does it abound with kilometres of lights. Instead it boasts unique natural and handmade decorations made out of greenery, red hearts and a fairytale-like Christmas tree.
Written by Chef Uroš Štefelin, November 2018
Taste Radol'ca restaurants in November are doing really well and are full. However, we don't only want full restaurants but, above all, satisfied guests who return and are keen to discover ever-new culinary stories.
Written by Kaja Beton, October 2018, Photo: Kaja Beton and Jošt Gantar
Autumn steadily colours the leaves and changes nature into a wonderful painting on canvas. Set off on one of our suggested hiking tours where you can enjoy the autumn colours and wonderful nature.
Local suppliers enable Taste Radol’ca restaurants and inns to prepare unique dishes. Their products are particularly key during the month of November when Taste Radol’ca restaurants and inns offer special set menus prepared from local and traceable ingredients.