Visiting Slovakia

Slovakia’s tourism industry has grown remarkably since independence. Slovakia’s historic towns and numerous mountain ski resorts are the more popular tourist destinations.Slovakia is located at the precise geographic centre of Europe. This is why, this Central European country is referred to as the “Country at the Heart of Europe”. Slovakia borders five other countries – Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Ukraine.

There is refreshingly little McDonald’s style commercialism that is rampant in Western Europe. Quaint and jovial with a surprisingly rich cultural life, Bratislava is a capital city without the usual congestion. The High Tatras are a magnificent range of European mountains (only second to the Alps in elevation) dotted with villages with deep peasant traditions.  From city breaks, film and folk festivals, to castle tours to skiing and snow boarding and hiking to spas, you will find Slovakia a spectacular country to visit.

You will find Slovaks to be an extremly helpful, pleasant people prepared to go out of their way to welcome you.

Slovakia’s tourism industry has grown remarkably since independence. Slovakia’s historic towns and numerous mountain ski resorts are the more popular tourist destinations.Slovakia is located at the precise geographic centre of Europe. This is why, this Central European country is referred to as the “Country at the Heart of Europe”. Slovakia borders five other countries – Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Ukraine.

There is refreshingly little McDonald’s style commercialism that is rampant in Western Europe. Quaint and jovial with a surprisingly rich cultural life, Bratislava is a capital city without the usual congestion. The High Tatras are a magnificent range of European mountains (only second to the Alps in elevation) dotted with villages with deep peasant traditions.  From city breaks, film and folk festivals, to castle tours to skiing and snow boarding and hiking to spas, you will find Slovakia a spectacular country to visit.

You will find Slovaks to be an extremly helpful, pleasant people prepared to go out of their way to welcome you.

 

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