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Located in Central Europe, Slovakia is known for its dramatic natural landscape and numerous castles. With dense forests, glacier lakes and highbrow mountains - Slovakia is a nature lover’s paradise. The country is home to fourteen protected landscapes and nine national parks. The High Tatras Mountains offer hiking trails past waterfalls, lakes, and gorges plus skiing at traditional resorts such as Strbske Pleso. Other natural wonders in Slovakia are Little Fatra Valley, Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Dobsinska Ice Cave, and Popradske Pleso. With over 180 castles and 425 chateaux, the country has more chateaux and castles per square capita than any other country in the world. Major landmarks in Slovakia include Spis Castle, Vlkolinec, Bojnice Castle, Devin Castle, Orava Castle, St Martin's Cathedral, Cachtice Castle, and St Elisabeth Cathedral. Slovakia is home to many cultural institutions and hosts popular events such as Salamander Days, Folk Festival Vychodna, Topfest, Festival Pohoda, And Janosik Days. To explore inner Slovakia, visitors can head over to charming towns of Trencin, Bardejov, Trnava, Donovaly, and Martin.

Popular Destinations in Slovakia

Bratislava

The capital of Slovakia, Bratislava occupies the left bank of the River Morava and both banks of the River Danube. The city borders Hungary and Austria and is the only national capital bordering two independent nations. It is the political, economic, and cultural centre of the country. Bratislava is home to several museums, universities, galleries, theatres, and cultural institutions such as Slovak National Museum, Slovak National Theater, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava City Museum, and Bratislava City Gallery. Former capital of the Hungarian Kingdom, Bratislava has great historic relevance. The charming old town of Bratislava is best explored by taking a stroll through the narrow pedestrian streets. Visitors can unwind at the lively bars and cafes and gaze at the alluring 18th century buildings. The city also features engrossing socialist-era architecture. Top attractions in Bratislava are Main Square, Bratislava Castle, Presidential Palace, Old Town Hall, Michael's Gate, Most SNP Bridge, Primate's Palace, Church of St. Elisabeth, Franciscan Church, St Martin's Cathedral, Roland Fountain, and Schloss Hof.

Kosice

Kosice is the biggest city in eastern Slovakia. It is located on the banks of the river Hornad near the Hungarian border. This city is the cultural and economic center of Eastern Slovakia and boasts a well-preserved historical center. This center is the largest among the Slovak towns. In the city, there are a number of heritage edifices built in Art Nouveau, Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance styles. Visitors here can immerse themselves in the historical atmosphere while they explore landmarks such as St. Elisabeth Cathedral, Ruins of Spis Castle, Kosice Castle, St. Urban Tower, Sculpture Immaculata - Plague Column, Jakab Palace, St. Michael Chapel, Miklus Prison, Old Town Hall, and Palais Forgacs.

Poprad

Located at the foot of High Tatras Mountains, Poprad is known as a gateway to Tatras National Park. Formerly under the control of Kingdom of Hungary and Kingdom of Poland, the city’s history can be traced back to the 13th century during which it was colonized by German settlers. Poprad’s historical center is concentrated around Namestie sv. Egidia (St. Egidius square). The city is lined with Classicist and Baroque burgher buildings and the 13th-century St. Egidius Church. Major landmarks in Poprad are Church of St. George, Apostolic Church, Temple of Honor and Life, Lutheran Church Spisska Sobota, Greek Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul, Saint Cyril and Methodius Church, Tatra Museum, and Evangelical Church of Saint Trinity. History enthusiasts would like to visit the Podtatranske Muzeum and art lovers would enjoy exploring Tatra Gallery which has on display visual art by popular Slovak and international artists.

Best Time to Visit Slovakia

Slovakia is good to visit all-round the year. However, the best time to take Slovakia flights is from July to August. For those who wish to take cheap flights to Slovakia, for them May, June, and September are good months to visit the country when crowd is thin and weather is pleasant.

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