As part of the Julian Alps community, Radovljica is hosting a presentation in Washington of the region’s cuisine.
In the week from 11th-16th May the Julian Alps community is holding a promotional event in the capital of the USA. In addition to representatives of Tourism Radovljica, three of the region’s top chefs are present at the event: Uroš Štefelin from Vila Podvin (Radovljica), Jože Godec from Pension Resje (Bohinj) and Tomaž Sovdat from Dobra Vila (Bovec).
The team headed off to Washington in response to an invitation from the Slovenian ambassador to the USA, Stanislav Vidovič, who first hosted representatives of Radovljica last year at the EU Open House event, which is organised annually in May by ambassadors of the European Union in Washington. This year the promotion of the Julian Alps began at this event, which took place on 11th May, where the region was presented as one of beekeeping and honey.
From 14th-17th May, five culinary events will be taking place at the Slovenian embassy aimed at tourists, tourist agencies, influencers, and spouses of ambassadors of European countries, as well as senators and members of congress.
The Julian Alps Association, of which the tourist destination of Radol'ca is also a member, is in the process of putting together a long-distance hiking trail. Part of the trail leads through the Municipality of Radovljica.
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.
Available from 24th May 2019!
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.
Radovljica is richer for a new adventure for families. The themed adventure, named 'Follow a 'bee' through Radovljica', has been designed to acquaint visitors with the life of bees in a fun way will be available from 24th May onwards.