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Zaprice Castle, with towers, ancient stone walls and an interesting chapel, was built in the 16th century but converted a century later into a baroque manor house.
South of Kamnick Museum on Šutna, at the end of Muzejski pot, this pasta and pizza place is housed in a rather poshly done-up old village house.
Kamnik Alpine Society
Advice and guides for walking in the Kamnik Alps.
The Franciscan monastery, a short distance to the west of Glavni trg (Kamnik's main square), was built in 1492. It has a rich library of theological, philosophical and scientific manuscripts and incunabula dating from the 15th to 18th centuries (including an original copy of the Bible translated by Jurij Dalmatin in 1584).
Gostilna Pri Bundru
This popular inn 200m north of Glavni trg (Kamnik's main square) is a good place for a lunch or dinner of traditional Slovene fare.
The Sadnikar Museum, the first private museum to open in Slovenia (1893), exhibits Gothic artwork, period furniture and paintings from the 18th century amassed by pack-rat Josip Nikolaj Sadnikar (1863-1952), a local veterinarian and painter.
A pleasant café-bar on Šutna (Kamnik's main street), this place has good cakes and ice cream.
Church of St James
Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre
On a warm day you might be tempted by Terme Snovik, a spa and water park with enormous covered and open-air pools and a gaggle of saunas in Potok, 9km northeast of Kamnik. Buses from Kamnik go to the spa all week and weekend.
Bed And Breakfast Mili Vrh
Located in a quiet area of Kamnik, about 1 km from the town centre, Bed and Breakfast Mili Vrh offers a restaurant that serves traditional homemade dishes. Free WiFi access is provided...
Pri Cesarju Guesthouse
On the June 16th 1883 Kamnik was celebrating one of the biggest feasts of its time – the arrival of Emperor Franz Joseph I. In his honour the house at Tunjiška 1 is called “pri Cesarju” (“at Emperor’s”)...
Guest House Pri Cesarju
Set next to the Kamniška Bistrica river, Guest House Pri Cesarju offers elegant rooms equipped with flat-screen cable TVs and minibars, while the on-site bar serves snacks and a variety of drinks...
Hotel Malograjski Dvor
Hotel Malograjski Dvor is a small and charming family-run hotel in the historical town of Kamnik, boasting beautiful mountain views and superb recreational opportunities...
Featuring an à-la-carte restaurant, Guesthouse Špenko is located in the centre of Kamnik. It offers rooms with river views and free Wi-Fi access. All rooms feature cable TV and a fridge...
B&B Pod Skalo
Located in Kamnik, 300 metres from the centre, B&B Pod Skalo features free Wi-Fi and a free parking spot for all guests. Rooms at the Pod Skalo feature a wardrobe, heating and a private bathroom offering a shower and a toilet...
Youth Hostel Pod Skalo
Hostel Pod Skalo is a small modern hostel, situated in Kamnik under the Old Castle, only 23 km from Ljubljana. This friendly hostel makes an ideal base for those wishing to explore Central Slovenia or for those who like to hike in a beautiful nature...
Hostel Pod Skalo
This tiny 1-hectare camping ground with 100 sites for 200 guests is northeast of the Old Town on the Nevljica River. There's a tennis court, and the public swimming pool and a popular pub are close by.
Guest House Repnik
Offering a restaurant and a la carte restaurant, Rooms Repnik is located in Kamnik. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here will provide you with air conditioning and a minibar. Some rooms have a mountain view and a garden view...