Bratislava – the capital of Slovakia, whose inhabitants spoke three languages and until 1919 called it Pressburg, Pozsony or Prešporok. Bratislava was a real crossroads of nations. The Danube as the main transport and trading route connects the city with neighbouring cities. Embark with us on a journey in the footsteps of the kings and queens who were crowned in Bratislava for almost three centuries, and discover why tourists come from around the world to the most visited tourist destination in Slovakia. In addition to Bratislava’s historical monuments, museums and theatres you can enjoy a trip by cable car to a panoramic restaurant or the beautiful promenade by the Danube with plenty of restaurants and cafes.
Come with us to visit the city of Nitra, located in the valley of the life-giving river bearing the same name. Visitors to the city can admire the majestic Nitra castle, formerly the largest castle in Slovakia, religious monuments, historic buildings and treasures from history kept in the museum. Nitra boasts the longest history among Slovak towns and attracts a varied selection of events throughout the year. Nitra is a university city with opportunities to enjoy oneself and it is also the home of an exhibition centre that hosts exhibitions throughout the year on a variety of topics. Lovers of hiking will get the chance to climb up Zobor to the pyramid, from where they have a magnificent view of the city and surrounding areas.
Discover the beautiful city of Košice – the second largest city in Slovakia, home to the oldest marathon in Europe, the place with the largest city preservation area in Slovakia and the largest and most important gold treasure in Europe. In the city has the largest zoo in Central Europe and the largest Slovak botanical garden in terms of area. Children and adults love the children’s railway in the Čermeľ Valley. Unique nature, rich history, unique culture, a unique city centre and exceptional people – all this and much more await visitors to the region.
Travel with us to Zvolen – one of the oldest towns in Slovakia. Zvolen Castle, a national cultural monument raised on a slight hill above the square, is one of the biggest jewels of medieval architecture in Slovakia. The former royal town gradually changed its appearance and is now a modern city that is rapidly developing and growing. It offers opportunities for hiking and sports of all kinds. Zvolen has always been a natural centre of cultural life in the region. Its festivals, musical cycles, social and sporting events in the field of culture and sport attracts people from the wider area.
Discover Zagreb with us – the Croatian capital, which lies at the foot of the Medvednica, north of the river Sava, near the Slovenian border. Zagreb consists of the historical centre: the Upper Town (Gornji Grad) and Kaptol with its Gothic cathedral and the Lower Town, today the liveliest part. Historically, the most important part was the Upper Town, which is particularly interesting from a tourist point of view while the Lower Town is the of cultural, commercial and social centre – they are connected by a funicular which is more than one hundred years old. The city has a quarter of the country’s population; its alleys full of elegant cafes are often compared to Vienna.
Visit Ljubljana, a unique place with picturesque corners, historic streets and many sights – the capital of Slovenia. It lies between the Adriatic Sea and the Alps. Although in the last few years it has become a popular modern metropolis, it retains its friendly small-town atmosphere. The town is dominated by the castle, which you can go to on the funicular. The main tourist attractions include the Tivoli Park (also called the “lungs of the city”), which is the largest park in Ljubljana with an area of 5 km2. The events organized and the cosy corners give the city an unforgettable atmosphere of peace and harmony.
Vienna, the capital of Austria, is located in the foothills of the Vienna Woods (“Wienerwald”). Because of its interesting location, history and impressive construction it is also known as the Danube’s first city. It is among the most attractive European cities for tourists. The symbols of the city are the Stehpansdom and beautiful Schönbrunn Palace. The wealth of historical monuments, a number of architecturally interesting sights and contemporary items of interest – are all associated with famous names and their stories or legends present Vienna as a unique European city.
Discover Stuttgart – the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The city is an important transport hub in Germany. Stuttgart is located in a valley surrounded by forests, vineyards, and parks. It surprises many visitors who expected an industrial city. These expectations, however, are fine – the city is famous as the home of Mercedes-Benz cars and is therefore called “the cradle of motoring.” Porsche cars are also produced here. It has a beautifully renovated city centre, rich galleries and museums and a number of cafes and typical restaurants where you can taste wine from the nearby slopes of Baden-Württemberg.
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