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Whether you're planning a vacation, or just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, one of the best ways to enjoy the scenery and culture of Slovakia is to spend a few days in one of the country's gorgeous cities.

Banska Stiavnica

Located in the Carpathian Mountains of central Slovakia, Banska Stiavnica is a medieval city. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town has a rich history and is a great place to explore.

The Old Castle is the most popular attraction in Banska Stiavnica. It is located on the west side of the town's Holy Trinity Square. It was originally a Romanesque basilica, and was later converted to a castle. There are many exhibitions in the castle.

Another popular attraction is the Calvary. This complex is located on a hill near the town. It consists of a group of chapels, each depicting a story of Christ's condemnation. There are 22 chapels, which are also free to enter. The chapels are decorated with polychrome reliefs. There are also small baroque chapels, which are also free to enter.

Another attraction in Banska Stiavnica is the House of Marina. This building is home to the legendary love story of Maria and Andrej Sladkovic. It has several attractions, including a museum dedicated to Marina. You can also see the "love-o-meter", which is a device that measures couples' love for each other.

During winter, Banska Stiavnica is also a popular ski resort. The town is a good jumping off point for the ski resorts of Hronska Dubrava, Zilina and Banska Bystrica. The city is also home to a large mineralogical exhibition.


Located in the eastern part of Slovakia, Kosice has always been a centre of culture, education and business. Throughout the centuries, the region has been home to many archaeological sites. In recent years, the city has also developed an artistic scene. In 2013, Kosice was awarded the European Capital of Culture. Listed as one of the most beautiful cities in Slovakia, there are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy while you're visiting.

Kosice is home to the easternmost Gothic cathedral in Europe. The church was built in the 14th and 15th centuries. The crypt of the former king Ferenc II Rakoczi is also located within the church. It's a great example of a traditional Gothic church.

The oldest church in Kosice is the Dominican Church. It's also the largest church in Slovakia. It's located in Dominikanske square, which is also home to a local market. You can also find the oldest well in the city here.

Kosice is home to two national parks. The largest park is the Kosice Botanical Garden. It covers 30 hectares of land and features a playground. You can also visit the park during the annual butterfly exhibition.

Kosice is also home to the East Slovak Museum. This museum is one of the oldest in Slovakia. It manages more than 500,000 objects. One of the main attractions in the museum is the Gold Treasure of Kosice. It contains 2920 coins made of fine gold.

Demanovska Dolina

Located in the Zilina region of northern Slovakia, Demanovska Dolina is a small city which is rapidly becoming a tourist attraction. This is home to one of the most beautiful caves in Europe, the Demanovska Cave of Liberty. This cave is part of the huge underground karst system. There are numerous forms of stalactites, flowstone waterfalls and sphaerolithical stalactites.

Another popular attraction is the Lomnicky Peak. This peak is the highest in Slovakia at 2,600 meters. It is a beautiful peak and has plenty of history.

Another tourist attraction in the area is the Dobsinska Ice Cave. This cave is located in the eastern part of Slovakia. This cave is very beautiful with unique drip stone ornamentation. It is also located near the Slovak Paradise National Park.

The town of Banska Bystrica is a popular winter destination. It is surrounded by the Low Tatra Mountains. The town has many historical buildings. The city is also known for its folklore live music.

Demanovska Dolina

Demanovska Dolina is also home to two world class show caves. The best hotel in Demanovska Dolina is the Penzion Adriana. This hotel has received a rating of 8.3/10 from 1,662 reviews.

The area also includes the Liptovsky Mikulas ski resort, which is one of the fastest growing ski resorts in Slovakia. The area also has plenty of activities, making it a great holiday destination for families and couples.


Located in the heart of the Trnavian Highlands, Trnava is one of the most interesting historical cities in Slovakia. It is also a thriving city, which is why many young people fall in love with it.

In the 15th and 16th centuries, Trnava was among the largest Gothic cities in Europe. The city is still home to a number of churches and monuments, including the St. Nicholas Basilica, which features a spectacular sacral art display. The basilica is also one of the most important historical monuments in Trnava.

Trnava is also home to one of the oldest universities in Slovakia. The Jesuit University was built between 1635 and 1777. It was important for the Jesuit religion and for promoting the Slovak language. The university graduated many local and foreign personalities.

In addition to the university, Trnava is also home to a number of other educational institutions. In addition to the university, the oldest surviving library in Slovakia can also be found in Trnava.

The first known written reference to Trnava dates to the year 1211. The city became a major trade center in the 16th century.

The city also boasts an ancient fortification system. This system is the oldest in Middle Europe. It includes 35 towers.


Located in eastern Slovakia, Presov is one of the most beautiful cities in the region. This town is a hub for trade and industry. In addition, it is a gateway to the Saris region, where visitors can enjoy breathtaking nature and rich culture. There are several historic buildings to see in Presov, along with several castles that were built by the town's inhabitants.

Presov's main street, Hlavna Ulica, is a pedestrianised area that is a good place to get some food and drink. The town has a number of museums, including the Vlastivedne Museum. This museum is home to the Greek Catholic Theological Seminary and the Museum of Wines.

The oldest religious structure in Presov is the Gothic St Nicholas dome, which was built in the mid 14th century. The building was later expanded. The cathedral is dedicated to the Russian saint Alexander Nevsky, who defeated Swedish and German invaders. The cathedral is also home to relics of the saints.

The city's cultural attractions include the Rakocziho Palace, a historic residence with a museum. The Palace was built by joining two rich townhouses.

Presov also has a Franciscan monastery, which was built by the Franciscan order and is now shaded by trees. It is also home to the second most beautiful Way of the Cross in Slovakia.

Orava Castle

Located in northern Slovakia, the Orava Castle is a medieval complex built on top of a high rock cliff. Orava Castle is a great destination for those looking to spend a few days in the Slovakian countryside. In addition to being a historical site, it is also a popular tourist attraction. Several expositions are present at the castle.

The most notable exposition is the Knights" Room. This room is filled with period furniture. It also includes an intriguing iron staircase.

The historical exposition includes medieval buildings and a few Renaissance structures. In addition, it includes an ethnographic exposition. The latter is located in the upper floor of the central castle.

In addition, the castle also hosts a series of theatre performances and eerie events. These include a nighttime tour of the castle. The Orava Castle is also home to the Orava Museum, one of the oldest museums in Slovakia. The museum contains various scientific, ethnographic, and archaeological collections.

The castle is also known for being the setting for the vampire horror film Nosferatu. This film was released in 1922. It also featured a scene filmed at the Orava Castle.

In addition, the castle is home to the Orava Museum, which was the first museum in Slovakia. The museum has a series of expositions, including the natural science, scientific, and archaeological collections.


Whether you are traveling on a budget or are just looking for a place to relax, you'll find that Slovakia has something for everyone. You'll find natural beauty, historical sights, and urban beauty all in one beautiful country. Whether you're looking to hike, cross-country ski, or simply relax, there's something for you.

One of the most beautiful cities in Slovakia is Kezmarok. This quaint town is a gateway to the High Tatras Mountains. It was a thriving trade center in the 17th century. The town has a 15th-century castle, a UNESCO-protected basilica, and pastel-colored buildings.

Another place to visit in Slovakia is Levoca. This UNESCO-protected town is known for its historic town hall, the highest wooden altar in the world, and a beautiful town square. You'll find that Levoca is full of Gothic and Renaissance monuments. The city center is full of narrow streets and beautiful buildings.

Another quaint town in Slovakia is Spania Dolina. It's a former mining village that has been transformed into a monument reserve for popular architecture. You'll find that Spania Dolina has unique houses made of stone and wood. You'll also find that the town is surrounded by the Stare Hory and Velka Fatra mountains. You'll find that the surrounding area is full of hiking trails and cross-country ski trails in the winter.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Slovakia

During your visit to Slovakia, you can take a guided tour or buy a museum ticket to explore a number of different sights. The country is full of beautiful cultural institutions that are not only fun to visit, but also affordable. You can take a tour of the Bratislava City Museum to learn about the city's history. You can also visit the Old Town Hall, which is the oldest stone building in the city.

Another must-see attraction in Bratislava is the Slavin Memorial. This monument is a tribute to thousands of Soviet soldiers killed in battles with the Nazis during World War II. It features a symbolic sarcophagus made of white marble. It also includes a central hall of honor with various statues. You can also visit the Hall of Mirrors, which was once used by the Bratislava City Council.

Another must-see in Bratislava is the Blue Church, a Hungarian Secessionist Catholic church that is located in the city's Old Town. You can climb up the tower to see a stunning view of the city. The church is unique, and its blue interiors are illuminated at night. You can also visit the Nedbalka Gallery, which is a modern building that resembles the Guggenheim Museum in New York. It also features over 1,000 works of Slovak art. You can also visit the Nedbalka Cafe, which is included in the ticket price.


Another great example of Baroque architecture is the Johann Palffy Palace in Bratislava. It has served many purposes throughout history, including the home of Ferenz Liszt and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. You can also take a tour of the palace to learn about its history.

You can also visit the Slovak National Theater, which was built in 1884. This theater is home to ballet, opera and musical concerts. You can also visit the Slovak Philharmonic to listen to classical music. You can buy tickets for a performance online. The Slovak National Theater is a great place to visit when you are in Bratislava.

Another interesting building in Bratislava is the Slovak Radio Building. This post-war modern architecture building is a great example of architecture in Slovakia. It is located near the Old Slovak National Theater. The facade is decorated with busts of luminaries. The Slovak Radio Building is located 300 meters away. It is open for visitors daily from 10:00 to 23:00. You can also visit the Viticulture Museum, which features displays of the region's wine and grapes. You can also sample wine from the region.

You can also take a tour of the Grassalkovich Palace, which has served as the residence of Slovakia's President since 1996. This historic building is also the setting for the story of a fabled love affair between the Austrian crown prince Franz Ferdinand d'Este and Zofia Chotek, the palace maid.

For a more active experience, you can try your hand at skiing or snowboarding in the High Tatras. You can also visit a number of caves in the southern Slovak Karst region.

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