An orientation journey through Radovljica which the whole family can enjoy.
With the aid of a map, helpful tips and signposts, set off to find Grandfather Frost's postbox. This family adventure is available in Slovenian and English.
Throughout December in the old town centre of Radovljica you will find interactive points where you can find out more about the town's attractions and have fun at the same time. And to ensure your efforts won't be in vain, at the end you can post a letter in the real Grandfather Frost's postbox!
The adventure begins at the Radovljica Tourist Information Centre (Linhartov trg 9, open daily from 7am-7pm), where you can pick up a free leaflet with instructions, map and handy tips. Then simply follow the coloured arrows from point to point. At every point you will find a task to solve and a stamp which should be imprinted on the back of the leaflet.
You will need a pen or pencil.
Please take care along the way as part of the route takes place on roads, therefore children should be accompanied by an adult.
Length of route: 850 metres
Illustrations: Matjaž Arnol
Idea and execution: Tourism Radovljica and Pagon Šport
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