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.
St Martin's Cathedral - Bratislava
The largest and one of the oldest churches in Bratislava is known for being the coronation church of the former Kingdom of Hungary between 1563 and 1830.
St Martin's 85 m spires dominate the Old Town skyline.
Male Karpaty viticultural region - the largest and most significant one in Slovakia
Small Carpathian Wine Route leads through the former royal towns Bratislava, Svaty Jur, Pezinok, Modra and ends in Trnava.
Cerveny Kamen castle
the most beautiful castle in the Malé Karpaty mountains. A stone castle was built in the 13th century as part of the chain of the Kingdom of Hungary’s frontier defense castles ranging from Pressburg to Žilina. This castle was completely rebuilt as a fortress in the first half of the 16th century.
Small Carpathian Wine Region - from Bratislava to Trnava, along the slopes of the Small Carpathian Mountains
Wine tasting route includes various villages and three bigger towns - Pezinok, Modra and Svaty Jur, all of which were given their status as free royal towns in the 17th century due to the quality of the wine produced.
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.
Banska Stiavnica UNESCO World Heritage - gold mining town
The majority of monuments of Banska Stiavnica concentrate in the area spreading between the Trinity and Town Hall squares. The Gothic church of St Catherine from the end of the 15th century and the town hall with its slender clock tower detach these squares.
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.
Tatra National Park (TANAP) - diverse flora and fauna with many endemic species
Tatra National Park (abbr. TANAP) lies in the North of Central Slovakia in the High Tatras. The National Park covers an area of 738 km2. The park offers 600 km of hiking trails and several ski resorts.
Strbske Pleso - ski, tourist, and health resort next to a glacial mountain lake in the High Tatras
Strbske Pleso village comprises several hotels and residential buildings. With extensive parking facilities and a stop on the Tatra trolley and rack railway, it is a starting point for popular hikes, including Krivan and Rysy peaks.
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.
Tokaj - the smallest Slovak wine region
The Tokaj wine region, officially called Tokaj-Hegyalja, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002, and as the producer of the world’s oldest botrytized wines, it has several unparalleled assets. The area spreads in Slovakia and Hungary.