Radovljica’s old town is one of the best preserved town structures in Slovenia with houses dating from 15th and 16th century. The charming old town charms with its position atop a natural promontory, with a varied selection of authentically preserved architecture, as well as museums, galleries and other attractions. The history breaths from every corner of the town and tells the stories from the past.
Must-sees include the Radovljica Mansion, the queen of Radovljica’s architecture with a Baroque hall, where concerts, receptions, weddings and other events are held. On the same street there is the Live Gingerbread Workshop living museum where you see staff producing the red traditional gingerbread hearts (a guided tour and explanation in English and other languages is available). There’s also the Gothic church of St Peter and various church buildings – a great set of structures. The Tourist office is near the entrance from the new town. Surrounding the old town is the remains of medieval defence system with the only remaining town moat in Slovenia. Thee are viewing points along the wall where you can see the surrounding area.
Address: Linhartov trg 1, 4240 Radovljica, Slovenia
Latitude and Longitude Coordinates: 46.34064, 14.17590
GPS coordinates: 46° 20′ 26.3256” N 14° 10′ 33.2436” E
Traditional region: Upper Carniola (Slovene: Gorenjska)
Directions from Apartments Fine Stay Gorenjska to Radovljica’s Medieval Old Town (drive 10 km, 10 min)
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