Grajski Dvor

Address: Kranjska Cesta 2, Radovljica, SI-4240, Slovenia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kranjska Cesta 2, Radovljica, is near Lake Bled, Bled Castle (Grad), Bled Island, and Beekeeping Museum (Cebelarski muzej).
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    Travel Blogs from Radovljica

    The Day Before the Big Race

    A travel blog entry by graffy on Aug 30, 2014


    Rest day today - early morning easy ride then preparing for tomorrow.

    Headed over to BTC City for the briefing and that was about it! Ran into quite a few aussies also over for the race.

    Rach went shopping of course and couldn't resist a handbag or two...

    Andiamo a Croazia e Slovenia

    A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on Jul 05, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    This week we received an invitation from Bill and Bernadette (Bernadette is the niece of my sister-in-law Deanna - both have Croatian parents) to visit them at their villa in the Croatian town of Opratlj on the Istrian Peninsula. As you do, we accepted. After all, the drive from Verona to Istria is just over 3 hours - nothing for Australians.

    The town of Opratlj is a beautiful Medieval hill ...

    1 July 2014 Ferlach - Trzic

    A travel blog entry by pomonabike on Jul 01, 2014

    9 comments, 19 photos

    ... that we had another 1000 feet to climb. Lol. We arrived at the top to go through the Mauthaausen Tunnel. On the Austrian side there appeared to be a small memorial to a few (named) people who died during 1943-45 whilst building the tunnel. Gus and I mistakenly called it the tunnel of love as we loved to go through it rather than over the bloody mtn. Sadly when we got to the Slovenian side there was a substantial memorial dedicated to the 1000s of ...

    Ljubljana, Slovenia

    A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... as the smallest of all the republics in Yugoslavia. During WW1, this area is where Ernest Hemingway drove the ambulance and was inspired to write Farewell to Arms.

    Darlene gets it right:
    Ljubljana is a quaint, picturesque city with a medieval center and feels very small and easily walkable. T he river meandering through town is lined with cafes, plazas and magnificent architecture gives ...

    Ljubljana, Slovenia

    A travel blog entry by justin_parker on Oct 09, 2013

    9 photos

    The bus took us down the same beautiful roads we traveled on the way to Bled, but in reverse. It adds a whole different perspective travelling the same road but in opposite direction. The grass was just as green and the mountains stood firm in the distance. I was really absorbing what could potentially be my last landscape views of Slovenia. We plugged in our headphones and all listened to some music as the bus motored its way toward the capital.

    We arrived around ...

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