Slovenia boasts a number of historic towns nestled in the bosom of the Alps.
With its magnificent Late Medieval architecture, impressive castle, and a 600-year-old bridge, Škofja Loka is often considered the best preserved medieval town in Slovenia.
With the country’s sole-surviving water-filled moat, as well as a number of Late Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, Radovljica also fascinates.
The historic core of Kranj is protected as a historical monument. Many interesting events are organised within the precincts of these old towns, offering the possibility to travel back in time.