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.
Slavin - Memorial Monument and Military Cemetery
National Cultural Monument is situated on a hill above the castle which offers a beautiful view on the whole Bratislava.
Little Carpathian Mountains
Mountain range situated in Western Slovakia, about 100 km long, covering area from Bratislava to Nove Mesto nad Vahom.
The Little Carpathians are a protected area declared under the name Little Carpathians Protected Landscape Area, rich in flora and fauna diversity and contains numerous castles and caves.
Pajstun Castle Ruins
Medieval castle ruins in the Little Carpathians near Borinka village.
Svaty Jur - Church of St George
The parish Roman-Catholic church is one of most important cultural and historical monuments in Svaty Jur. Early Renaissance stone altar, unique in Slovakia, with the statue of St George dominates the interior of the church.
Biely Kamen Castle Ruins
Biely Kamen (White Stone), a ruin of a Gothic castle situated on the wooded hill above the town of Svaty Jur.
Mala Bana hill
Shallow hill above Raca borough suitable for short and easy hiking around the capital city.
Panova Luka meadow
The meadow lies on the sunny south slope of the Little Carpathians. There are several fireplaces, benches and a pleasant atmosphere to relax and have a picnic.