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 enthrals with its position atop a natural promontory, with a varied selection of authentically preserved architecture, as well as museums, galleries and other attractions.
- The Radovljica Mansion: a beautifully renovated manor with a Baroque hall, where concerts, receptions, weddings and other events are held.
- The Šivec House Art Gallery: one of the best examples of late Gothic urban architecture in Slovenia, housing an art gallery.
- The Museum of Apiculture: representing the rich history of Slovene beekeeping tradition (1st floor of Radovljica Mansion)
- The Municipality Museum: representing life and work of an important 18th century Slovene personality Anton Tomaž Linhart, born in Radovljica (1st floor of Radovljica Mansion).
- Live Gingerbread Workshop, living museum, where you can admire staff producing red traditional hearts.
- The remains of medieval defence system with the only remaining town moat in Slovenia.
- The Gothic church of St Peter with accompanying buildings.
The history breaths from every corner of the town and tells the stories from the past. The town of Radovljica boasts with well-preserved architectural features and rich cultural heritage.