Local farmers' market and opening dinner of the Taste Radol'ca Month of Cuisine.
Find out which restaurants are part of Taste Radol'ca and meet their suppliers. There will be a chance to sample healthy local products and to socialise to the sounds of good music.
As with previous years, this year too, the Taste Radol'ca chefs will present themselves and their suppliers at the local farmers' market. The market will feature farmers, beekeepers and producers of other foods from the Municipality of Radovljica and neighbouring municipalities. They will offer samples of their products to taste, thus making the decision about what to buy easier. In addition, visitors to the market will also have the chance to try delicious bites of food prepared by the culinary masters of Taste Radol'ca.
Music will be provided by the excellent group Suhu cvetje.
The farmers' market, to which everyone is invited, will be followed by the Taste Radol'ca opening dinner. By joining forces, the talented Taste Radol'ca chefs will combine their knowledge and inspiration to prepare a unique 5-course dinner and culinary experience.
Suhu cvetje will also provide the music to accompany dinner.
Price of the opening dinner: €39.00
Drinks are not included in the price.
Reservations and purchase of tickets for the opening dinner can be made at Radovljica Tourist Information Centre.
A free guided tour of Radovljica's old town centre
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!
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 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.