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Radovljica Old Town

Linhartov trg 9, Radovljica 4240, Slovenia
+386 820 51388
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Charming & Historical

The old town of Radovljica is merely a ten or fifteen minute drive from Bled Lake and it is well... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Quaint historic town

A 15 minute drive from Bled lies Radovljica. This settlement was first mentioned in historic... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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2 days ago
“Quaint historic town”
5 days ago
“Charming small town”
Linhartov trg 9, Radovljica 4240, Slovenia
+386 820 51388
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Reviewed yesterday

The old town of Radovljica is merely a ten or fifteen minute drive from Bled Lake and it is well worth your time to visit, especially if you want a fantastic Bavarian/Slovenian dinner. It is a very old city dating back to the late 1200's...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A 15 minute drive from Bled lies Radovljica. This settlement was first mentioned in historic writings in 1296 and received so called 'market rights' in 1333 - in other words it was officially allowed to host a market. The town went through various transformations through...More

Thank Karin H
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a pleasant bus ride away from Bled, saves the hassle of parking. There is one main street with some bar/cafe's/restaurants which is quite charming. The main beauty of this is that it is, apart from residents cars, pedestrian only. The beekeeping museum can...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

Visiting Lake Bled? Do tour Radovljica Old Town. Radovljica Old Town is not a museum, but a functional town with shops, restaurants, and residents. We recommend.

Thank SavantIII_11
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A special wee old town without too many people. Hosts very friendly. You have to try the local Lasko beer at one of the oldest places 1500's. Amazing outside dining.

Thank Lloydietri
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful old town with interesting wall art. Pedestrianised street. Part of the old walls can be seen surrounding the village. Parking can be a problem at times. The bee museum is in main street.

Thank daphnehastings
Reviewed 8 May 2017

The old city center is quite small, but has very nice buildings, and things like a beekeeping museum, gingerbread shop and several restaurants and cafes.

Thank Ben2007
Reviewed 5 May 2017

We happened to go there on a dull and rainy day, but nevertheless we appreciated the charm of this sweet town. We wish we had been there a few days later during the chocolate festival.

Thank Samantha V
Reviewed 3 May 2017

When visiting Bled, one should stop by and visit this mediavel town. Very lovely view of the valley is a bonus.

Thank GezginIstanbul
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Radovljica is such a charming town with small craft boutiques, art galleries, cafes and restraurants. The church and the square are marvelous- visit the church, because it is just utterly beautiful. Houses are also beautiful and old, very historical. The best part was the atmosphere:...More

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Charlene B
We are planning to visit Radovljica in early October for 3 or 4 nights. We will be coming by bus or train from Salzburg, and will not have a car. In addition to Lake Bled, what other interesting places are in this area that we should plan to visit? We also plan to spend some time in Ljubljana, so are trying to divide our time (and the attractions) between the two places. Thanks for your help.
12 January 2015|
Response from Radolca | Property representative |
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