Radovljica for families

Gentle activities and a pleasant time in the countryside.

 

Give your family the gift of time! Take them somewhere where you can together relax and be among nature. Stay in a pleasant environment, enjoy gentle outdoor activities and spend quality time together with your loved ones.

 

TOP Family Activities

 

A fun, creative and educational family adventure

Set off as a family on an adventure accompanied by a cute 'bee' who will explain where she lives, what her chores are, and where she goes to gather nectar. Visit the Museum of Apiculture and see her treasures, and, as a reward, savour the taste of sweet honeybreads.

Fun for all the family

A social experience with a view. Play mini golf with your children then allow them to pan for gold!

Short ascent with great views

This short but rather steep ascent rewards the hiker with unforgettable views of Radovljica area, Bled and Mt Triglav.

Rafting is a fun and adventures group activety
A social adventure on the Sava river

Overcoming rapids and avoiding various obstacles - this exciting experience is a real sporting pleasure.

Refreshment in summer, recreation in winter

In summer you can cool off in swimming pools in Radovljica and Kropa and the natural lake at Camp Šobec.

With reference chart!

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.

A unique experience in the midst of nature

Set off on an adventure with a bow and arrow! The parkour archery course, in the Draga valley, is suitable for beginners and experienced archers, and has 30 model forest animals targets.

A mobile app for discovering the town.

Set off on an experience through the town of Radovljica. You will be 'joined' by Anton Tomaž Linhart, whilst along the way you will encounter fun tasks and virtual surprises.

Ideas and inspiration from our blog

 

22.03.2020 10:44
This trail is so special in March that even children are delighted

My children are among those who, in addition to walking itself, need an additional reason to go for a walk. Here I reveal a trail that offers the greatest motivation during the month of March. 

5 family activities around Radovljica for fun in the sun!

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!

With reference chart!

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.

12 Family Friendly Events in Radovljica

written by Rebecca Svetina, February 2019

 

Get out your planners, set a reminder, and mark your calendars! This is not a sleepy town – Radovljica is buzzing with activity. Don’t miss these 12 family-friendly events this year.

 

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Magical adventure in Radovljica

With the help of the map, seek out four themed points and use the stamp to imprint the circle on the edge of the leaflet. 

Come to Radol'ca for a family holiday

 

Choose accommodation to suit your family's needs

 

Every family can find their ideal accommodation in Radol'ca:

 

  • Boutique hotels for a break for the whole family
  • Attractive guest houses with terraces and gardens
  • Rooms and apartments in family houses
  • Rural tourist farms
  • Camp sites with pools and entertainment for children

FIND OUT MORE

 

News & Blog

 

Half-day hiking tours in Radovljica and the surroundings

Fabulous autumn weather, school holidays and the COVID-19 pandemic – due to the latter we are confined to our home municipalities. So, what now?

23.10.2020 13:26
Tourist facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic

With effect from 16th October, new, stricter measures come into force to try to combat the spread of coronavirus. Restaurants must close, while some museums will remain open.

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