The town of Radovljica is filled with charming, historic buildings and blessed with stunning views of the Alps, including Triglav. It was settled by the early Slavs, and by the 14th century had grown into an important market town centred on a large rectangular square, today’s Linhartov trg, and fortified with high stone walls. Much of the original architecture, amazingly, is still standing and looks remarkably unchanged from those early days. Radovljica has just a couple of places to stay, so it’s advisable to book accommodation in advance or turn to the tourist information office to snag a private room. It's an easy day trip from Bled, just 7km away.