The Radovljica Chocolate Festival takes place near the heart of the old town centre of Radovljica. The town has an exit from the A2 motorway, and lies just a few kilometres from world famous Bled. The festival is spread over Radoljica's Town Park. Entrance tickets and tasting coupons are available at the entrance (Town Park).
The festival venue is just 50 metres from Radovljica's main bus station and 100 metres from the railway station.
What awaits you and where at the Radovljica Chocolate Festival:
- Chocolate fair and tastings of chocolates and chocolate products
- Kid's chocolate workshops
- Chocolate roulette
- Live music & dance perofmrances
- Circus workshops
- Chocolate treasure hunt
- Pumptrack course for bikes and scooters
How to get to the festival?
SHUTTLE BUSES FROM BLED
On Saturday and Sunday special shuttle buses will run from Bled to the Chocolate Festival in Radovljica. Every half hour from 10am to 5pm shuttle buses will pick up those wishing to visit the festival at the Panorama, Rikli Balance Hotel and Hotel Krim bus stations, as well as at Bled bus station and the Union bus station. The return journey from Radovljica to Bled will be every half hour from 10.30am to 5.30pm from the main Radovljica bus station. The price of a single ticket is €1.00.
The festival venue is just 100 metres from Radovljica's railway station. There are direct trains to Radovljica from Ljubljana.
Buses will take you right to the heart of the action. Radovljica's main bus station is just 20 metres from the festival venue. There are frequent buses serving Radovljica and onwards to Bled, Kranj, Ljubljana, Kranjska Gora and Bohinj. Buses run from Ljubljana to Radovljica and vice versa every hour and on Fridays every half-hour. The timetable can be found HERE.
You can also drive to the festival. Parking will be available close to the festival venue, and will be controlled by marshals. Tourism Radol'ca kindly requests visitors to obey the instructions of the marshals. Those car parks that are located further from the festival venue will offer organised transport to/from the heart of the action.
Parking spaces for disabled: at the court building and in Vurnik Square.
Parking spaces for journalists: the underground garage at Vurnik Square. Journalists are requested to apply in advanced for a parking permit.