Slovakia is a central European country known for its dramatic natural landscape and many castles. Near the Austrian border, capital city Bratislava features a pedestrian-only Old Town with a lively cafe scene. Rising on a hill above the Danube River, Bratislava Castle houses a branch of the Slovak National Museum, with displays ranging from Roman artifacts to 20th-century arts and crafts.
Slovakia is a special country. Even in such a small area, you’ll find everything from natural treasures and historical monuments to rich folk culture and modern entertainment in the busy city streets.
BRATISLAVA – the capital of Slovakia, is set along the Danube River, surrounded by vineyards and the Little Carpathian mountains, a very pleasant medieval inner city with narrow, winding streets, a hill-top castle next to the river Danube, and many historic churches and buildings to visit
TATRA MOUNTAINS – a part of the Carpathian mountain chain, create a natural border between Slovakia and Poland, protected as national parkland and are popular destinations for winter and summer sports, home to wildlife including the Tatra chamois, marmot, lynx and bears, the highest mountain in the range: 2,655m Gerlach Peak.
DONOVALY – a village in the Banská Bystrica Region of Central Slovakia, situated in an important pass between the mountains of Veľká Fatra and Starohorské vrchy, it became a prominent centre of winter and summer sports
BANSKA BYSTRICA – a city in Central Slovakia located on the Hron River, surrounded by mountains