What to see in Kamnik?
GET TO KNOW THE TOWN
This park beside the Kamniška Bistrica river is the biggest park in Kamnik. During the course of the year it also becomes a venue for various festivals.
Built on Žalski vrh as a plea to St. Joseph to protect the town from the plague. The interior contains works by the Slovenian painters France Jelovšek, Valentin Metzinger and Matija Koželj.
Between 1300 and 1782 the Poor Clare nuns occupied the monastery; later, from 1902 to 2015 it became home to the Ursulines. Today numerous cultural activities take place in the monastery, mainly exhibitions and musical events.
Get to know the characters and stories from the past
BE A PART OF THE STORY
Taste the town
WITH TRADITIONAL CUISINE
A salty pear-shaped cheese from Velika planina which has ornate decorations made using small wooden engraved boards.
A dish traditionally eaten on traditional and festive holidays made of ham, white bread, eggs, onions, cream and herbs.
A reminder of the hunting expeditions of Archduke Karl II in 1564. In the vicinity of Predaselj the archduke's escorts ate at a stone table.
A cream slice which originates from the Ursuline Monastery in Mekinje.
A parboiled sausage which is based on the family tradition of the Kamnik Podgoršek butchers.
A mustard made to a traditional recipe which was the most important product of the company Stanko Žargi, the founder and first owner of the Eta factory.
This spirit, made from the young tips of fir trees and the cones of dwarf pines, is a speciality which unites the tradition of shepherding in the surroundings of Kamnik with the modern trends for picking herbs and other plants.
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