This is such a sweet little village with a beautiful viewpoint, fresco buildings, and church. Also some delicious restaurants.
Charlene, there are many possibilities, but it depends what kind of attractions or maybe experiences would you wish to see and have. First thing is: in Ljubljana you will meet a lot of culture, monuments, museums and a very... More
Charlene, there are many possibilities, but it depends what kind of attractions or maybe experiences would you wish to see and have. First thing is: in Ljubljana you will meet a lot of culture, monuments, museums and a very lively spirit of the town. In Radovljica and nearby, you will experience beautiful nature, calmnes, small towns. Near Bled, don't miss Vintgar Gorge, and if you are looking for more natural sights, a day trip to Bohinj lake is a good idea. This tree places will probalby take you 1,5 - 2 days, then of course Radovljica Old town with museums and maybe also Kropa (with rich ironforging history) or Škofja Loka, another beautiful medieval town on the way to Ljubljana. If you prefer some walks into the nature, it would be the best to stop at Tourist information in Radovljica where you can get a map of easy hiking trails. Every tuesday morning we also offer a free guided tour of Radovljica old town. If you will be travelling by bus and you want to get the most out of your visit in Slovenia, maybe you can consider joining one of organized groups on their trips to Soča Valley or seaside. Our suggestion are Nature Adventures (you can find them on tripadvisor aswel). They can pick you up in Radovljica area as well. Soča valley is defiinately a very beautiful place and autumn months can be amazing there (as are in other natural environments). For more information on Radovljica area, visit our website radolca.si, or contact us directly on: info at radolca.si