Bratislava old town - characterized by many Baroque palaces and sacral buildings
Town Hall originates from the 14th - 15th century. The historic center includes many Baroque palaces, notable cathedrals, and churches - the Gothic St. Martin's Cathedral, the Franciscan Church, and the Blue Church.
Devin castle - ruins above the confluence of the Danube and Morava river
Devin Castle is a part of the oldest history of Slovakia, dating from the Neolithic to Napoleon I. The ruins tower on a massive rocky hill, creating an impressive landmark.
New Castle in Banska Stiavnica - a national cultural monument
A six-floor Renaissance building with four bastions constructed in 1564-1571 as a watchtower during the Ottoman wars. It also served as the town's live clock (exact time was announced every quarter of an hour on a trumpet). There is a permanent exhibition called Anti-Turkish Wars in Slovakia installed on four floors of the castle. The highest floor offers a panoramic view of Banska Stiavnica and its environs.
Dobsinska Ice Cave - UNESCO World Heritage - Slovak Karst
The total length of the cave is 1,232 m, of which 515 m are open to the public from May to September. The annual temperature average stays around 0°C.
Ochtinska Aragonite Cave - UNESCO World Heritage - unique aragonite formations
Although only 300 m long, it is famous for its rare aragonite decoration. There are only three aragonite caves discovered in the world so far.
St Elisabeth Cathedral - the largest church in Slovakia
The dominant of the square and the town of Kosice is the monumental Gothic St Elisabeth Cathedral. Besides being the largest cathedral in Slovakia, it is also the easternmost situated Gothic cathedral of western type in Europe.
The Church of St Francis of Assisi in Hervartov - UNESCO heritage
The Roman Catholic church in the Slovakian village of German origin is from the late 15th century and represents the oldest type of Slovakia. The main altar originates from the years 1460 - 1470.
Bardejov - UNESCO World Heritage - a royal town with medieval buildings
The main square is surrounded by well-preserved Gothic and Renaissance burgher houses and fortification systems from the 14th and 15th centuries. Bardejov is also known as the Most Gothic town in Slovakia.
Spis castle UNESCO World Heritage - partly restored medieval castle
The Spis Castle in eastern Slovakia is one of the largest castles in Central Europe. Slovak National Museum presents various collections on its premises.
Spisska Kapitula UNESCO World Heritage - one of the most interesting Romanesque monuments in Slovakia
The town consists of the Cathedral of St Martin, a former monastery, and a single street. A town wall encloses all of the medieval constructions.
The Articled Protestant Church of Holy Trinity in Kezmarok UNESCO heritage - built in Baroque style
Wooden articled church was constructed in 1717 without using metal nails. The church interior is charming, decorated with frescoes and woodcarving. The most astonishing subject is a massive wooden altar.
The Roman-Catholic St James church in Levoca - main altar is the tallest of its kind in the world
The Late Gothic wooden main altar of St James is 18.6 m tall, made of lime wood in 1507-1517 by Master Pavol of Levoca.
Vlkolinec village UNESCO World Heritage - untouched and complex example of folk countryside architecture
The village comprises two or three-room log cabin-type houses. There are preserved the bell tower from 1770, water well, Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and school.
Orava Castle - the dominant of Orava region
The large castle lies on a high rock above the Orava river. Many scenes from the famous vampire horror movie Nosferatu (1922) were shot in Orava Castle.
The Articled Protestant Church in Hronsek - UNESCO heritage
Wooden church in Hronsek is a precious historical monument, together with a wooden belfry from 1726. The oak pillars have carved header Ionian ornaments. It has a shingle roof with three crosses and a rooster, as a Christian symbol of vigilance.