The nightlife in Bratislava

night Bratislava

Bratislava seems to be too small as compared to other European capitals. Therefore this is the main advantage of the city making it charming. Nights in Bratislava are even more interesting than days. The magic streets between old buildings, a charming atmosphere of the historical center of the city, night clubs, and pubs multiplying when the sun goes down. Is…

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Tokaj is the symbol of Slovak quality

Tokaj

The world knows French, Italian and Portugal wine brands. Slovakia makes its first steps in the wine industry. Even so, this region has its old wine traditions that can be compared to Hungarian ones. The popularity of Slovak wine is not limited by the neighboring states. The quality of local wine brands is almost equal to the quality of wines…

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Suchá nad Parnou

Suchá nad Parnou

The settlement is located on Ternava upland in the valley where Parna meets Podhajski creeks. The distance between Trnava and the settlement is 7 kilometers. According to the archeological data, this location was inhabited during the Neolithic period already. Suchá nad Parnou was first mentioned in 1251. The settlement was a part of Cerveny Kamen estate. In 1536 the settlement…

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Vlkolinec

Vlkolínec

Slovakia has preserved many villages that became ethnographic museums. One of those villages is Vlkolinec. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list from 1993. Vlkolinec is an example of wooden architecture, which is traditional for the villages in the Northern part of Carpathians. History Vlkolinec was first mentioned in 1376. Local inhabitants were building houses of wood using…

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Skok waterfall

Skok waterfall

There are many waterfalls on the territory of Slovakia. They are all famous for their virginity and uniqueness. You can admire natural beauties during your stay here. You will feel this special freedom far from cities and everyday routine. Skok waterfall is one of those interesting objects created by Mother Nature. It is located in a picturesque place in the…

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Slovensky raj

Slovensky raj

Slovensky raj is located in the Eastern part of Slovakia where magnificent peaks meet deep gorges, large plateaus, and mysterious caves. This is a national park, which starts in the Low Tatras slopes. Here you can find virgin nature, sinuous paths, roaring waterfalls, overhanging rocks, and dizzying panorama make this territory a true tourist Eldorado. What is Slovensky raj Slovensky…

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High Tatras

High Tatras

This mountain range is ideally characterized by the “est” word ending. This is the highest point of all the Carpathian mountains and the whole Slovakia. This is the most popular tourist region of the country, visited by millions of tourists each year. Here you can find the most beautiful waterfalls in the region. The worlds’ famous guide Lonely Planet has…

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Low Tatras

Low Tatras

This is a mountain system located in the central part of Slovakia. Low Tatras is a part of Western Carpathians. The length of the mountain system is 110 kilometers from East to West. Low Tatras are included in the National park. The mountain is famous for its karstic sediments and many caves. There are thermal sources on the surface, glassy…

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Beech forests

Beech forest

Beech forests of the Carpathian Mountains were included in the list UNESCO natural heritage along with Baikal lake and Niagara falls. The forests were included in the list during the 31st session of the UNESCO Committee for World Heritage. The conservation area includes 158 square kilometers of forests and looks like an axis, stretching from the Rakhivski mountains (the territory…

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Cicmany

Cicmany

There are plenty of cozy villages across Slovakia, with their own history and culture including Cicmany. This is the highest elevation village in Zilinsky kraj as it is located 655 meters above sea level. Its main feature is the houses with geometric ornaments on the walls. Those decorations can also be seen in the costumes of local inhabitants. History and…

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