Radovitsy is located in the center of the European part of Russia (Yegoryevsky, Moscow), 92 kilometers east of the city of Moscow. The city has an interesting attraction - the St. Nicholas Radovitsky Monastery. There is also something to see in the surroundings. On southwest (21 kilometers) is PGT Beloomut., Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Belomut (21 km).
We suggest you to visit the most interesting sights that we found around:
Tourists will also be pleased with the presence of a sports park, tennis courts, a modern stadium, an Olympic pool and a comfortable fitness center.
Streams of rivers outlined a picturesque valley, where rivers merge - a landscape is created, created by an unsurpassed artist - nature. From the tops of the Karavanka mountain ranges and the slopes of Elovitsy, spring streams of crystal clear water come to Radovlitsa. Between the high Caravans, which complete the Radovlitsa in the north with Begunšциice, and the Ełovice forest in the south, there is the Lipniska Valley and the Sava River Valley, hilly oak forests and a radovleshka plain. The views of the Julian Alps are magnificent, and from some places you can view the entire Gorensk region. The hidden corners of untouched nature will please the eye of any, even sophisticated visitor.
In Radovlice there is a wonderful second-hand bookstore with a good selection of Russian books and very tasty ice cream in waffles. And the city itself, as descended from the pages of a medieval fairy tale, somewhat toy-important, unusually elegant, conquers at first sight with its originality and originality.
You can also say that geographically the city is located in a great location: proximity to Brnik airport, Lake Bled, ski resorts, excellent communication with Ljubljana make living here prestigious, respectively, land and housing are quite expensive.