Linhart Square is the heart and soul of the town of Radovljica. 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. Radovljica’s medieval old town is one of best preserved medieval town structures in Slovenia.
Radovljica is the birth place of Anton Tomaž Linhart (1756–1795), the father of Slovene theatre and scientific historiography.
Radovljica's old town features the impressive Radovljica Mansion. Open the door and enter the interior: look around, visit the museums, listen to concerts. The exquisite halls, the atriums, the shady terrace, and the spacious entrance hall with a double staircase made from green tuff, all make for a unique venue for special events.
Beekeeping in Slovenia boasts several centuries of world-renowned tradition. The most comprehensive presentation of this tradition takes place in the Museum of Apiculture, which is located on the first floor of the Radovljica Mansion. Take a flight to the world of the Carniolan honey bee, become acquainted with the history of beekeeping, and marvel at the variety of beehive panels.
The picturesque external appearance of Šivec House in Radovljica's old town awaits your visit. With its rich exterior and interior architecture, it is an extraordinary example of sixteenth century urban architecture. Cross the threshold of the house considered one of the best examples of late Gothic urban architecture in Slovenia.