The Coronation City where past meets present, wine meets food and culture meets nightlife. Discover Bratislava, the Capital of Slovakia uniquely situated on the border of three countries. Its unique history, attractive sights, rich cultural life, excellent local gastronomy, quality wine and modern shopping centres make Bratislava an ideal city-break destination. It can also be a place where you can switch off, relax and forget about your daily stresses. Everything is close and within easy reach. One minute you can enjoy the view of the majestic Cathedral. The next, you can sample traditional or contemporary cuisine, followed by a freshly brewed espresso in one of numerous cafés in picturesque narrow streets and squares. The ancient wine cellars, scattered across the city centre, offer wine tasting with a difference.More information
Topoľčianky stud farm
Visit the National Stud Farm in Topoľčianky known as being one of the most important breeding centers in all of Europe and the national center for the breeding and cultivation of horses in Slovakia. Find out more on breeding Lippizaner, Hucul and Arabian breeds.More information
At 1346 meters above the sea level, Štrbské pleso is the highest located village in the High Tatras and belongs to one of the top tourist destinations in the region. It is very popular with tourists who fall in love with the enchanting atmosphere of the pristine mountain lake of glacial origin surrounded by breathtaking peaks.
Hrebienok (1,285m) is a very popular tourist destination in the High Tatras. The oldest tourist centre Starý Smokovec is a significant crossing station of the town of Vysoké Tatry. Take a funicular from Starý Smokovec to Hrebienok at the altitude of 1,272 m – a popular starting point for hiking trips to valleys of Veľká and Malá Studená dolina or to Slavkovský štít (peak). Hrebienok is an ideal choice in winter, because you will experience the unique Tatry Ice Master event, and you can also visit the unique ice church – the Tatra Dome.More information