What you cannot miss when you give Kamnik a visit.
Acces to Velika planina is possible by cable car, which operates all year round.
The name “Menina” derives from the fact that the area was owned by the monks (menihi in Slovene) of the Benedictine order from Gornji Grad.
Back in the 15th century, Kamnik was surrounded with 3 to 10 metres high walls and a moat. Four gates led into the medieval town.
A stone table located in the Kamniška Bistrica River Valley is called Archduke’s Table (firštova miza), since Archduke Charles II and his entourage ate here,…
One of the most recognizable parts of Volčji Potok Arboretum is a French garden, designed by the former owner of the estate, Leon Souvan.
Stories that give Kamnik a new look.