Vuzenica, the municipality seat, is a central settlement idyllically set on the right Drava embankment. It is known for being one of the oldest settlements in the Drava Valley. In the olden days, the timber rafters rafted their flosi (rafts), and the transporters happily loaded the timber on the embankment. It was very lively here during numerous fairs as well. The remains of the old castle and the parish church of St. Nicholas tell stories of its glory days. Anton Martin Slomšek, a poet and a national awakener, was the senior parish priest here. The autumn strolls in the neighbouring Dravče, Sv. Primož na Pohorju, Sv. Vid and Šentjanž nad Dravčami are also wonderful.