Linhart Square is often called the Old Town of Radovljica. The square is the central point of this small city – it is a local’s gathering point, important monument from the medieval times and the best place to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the city!
The square was built somewhere in the 13th century, when it was an important gathering point of the town. It was later named after famous Slovenian writer, Anton Tomaž Linhart, who was born in Radovljica in the 16th century.
Linhart Square is surrounded by beautiful medieval town houses, which were once the residences of important citizens. Every building is special in its own way – one may be the birth house of a famous person, another is decorated with a painting from the 17th century, while the next has the most amazing doors.
Most important building on the Linhart Square:
Take a walk up and down the Linhart Square, enjoy a cup of coffee and relax in the peaceful atmosphere of this beautiful medieval city!
If you are travelling from Ljubljana take highway A2 Ljubljana – Jesenice. Take the exit for Radovljica. Radovljica is located about 50 km from Ljubljana. Regular buses and trains connect cities Ljubljana and Radovljica and also Radovljica and Jesenice.