Photogallery: Slovak Republic - Trnava Town
Slovak Republic - Trnava Town
heading (paragraph): Cities
No. of pictures: 17 pictures
The town of Trnava belongs to one of most interesting sites from historical point of view. It is situated in central part of Trnava Hilly Country in an altitude of 146 metres above sea level. The town, placed along bank of Trnávka small river, was established at crossroads of old merchant ways, used just since primeval age. The first written notice comes of 1211. Trnava, as the first town of Slovakian territory, obtained its privileges of free King´s Town, granted by Bela IV., Hungarian King.
Text/photo: Branislav Grebečí
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Accept our invitation to visit the historical Trnava, which will lead us to the "famous gem of Hungary" – Matej Bel. Discover with him the unknown corners of the city and its history, and let's get carried away by the atmosphere of Trnava streets in the eighteenth century.
Today we will set out together to explore the Slovak trinity pillars. Our first stop will be Bratislava, which has experienced many plague epidemics.
One week later, we return again to the Trnava region, more precisely to the surroundings of Skalice. We will visit the popular tourist boat route, we will also go to the unique car racetrack and end the walk through this region on the wine (cycle) road.
Last week we learned about the Trnava region from a height, we invited you to nature and visited a medieval ruin. Today we are going for a walk through exceptional cities.
After visiting Trnava last week, today we will set out to explore the surroundings of the picturesque region. We will visit natural places in the form of protected areas, reservations and areas, medieval gems and we will not miss the views from above of this beautiful part of Slovakia.
The Trnava region is located in the western part of the Slovak Republic. The area is the second smallest, but it offers more than enough tourist attractions. Lovers of history can take a tour of Trnava, for those who like spa, we recommend a visit to Piešťany, Velký Meder or Galanta, for gourmets and lovers of specific architecture Skalice and for pilgrims is definitely a picturesque stop Šaštín-Stráže.
Do you like retro? If so, we will take you today to Trnava and the High Tatras before 1989. At the same time, we will wander through Bratislava, both through the eyes of children and through the eyes of Matej Bel.
Beautiful Adamovska lakes belong to the Gbely town disctrict. The lakes are popular mostly among people that want to recreate and people who own cottages. Also several thousand water birds made this place their oasis. A visitor can observe them from nearby observation post.
In our today’s journey across Slovakia we visit a remarkable ruin located in the region of Trnava only 3 kilometers from Dechtice. People call it Katarinka yet its official name is church and monastery of Saint Catherine of Alexandria.
The ruin of Ostry Kamen castle stood once as a guardian of the so called Bohemian Road. The ruin is near Bukova, Trnava country. Its history isn’t as deep and as rich as in case of other castles nevertheless it is a popular place for tourists to see. And we went there as well.
We got on the Lazensky island by crossing the Colonnade bridge. The island is nothing but an oasis of health veiled in landscaped nature criss-crossed with sidewalks. There are many small squares lined with historic buildings hidding great treasures.
In the last week, we walked through historic center of Piestany and ended up at its functionalist style Colonnade bridge dubbed the Glass bridge.
Last week we introduced you to sights, nature nooks and amazing places of this spa town called Piestany. Today, we put an end to our walks here and visit private port on the other bank of the River Vah. From here we start off an adventurous cruise.
Last week we started with discovering the beauties and sights of the pedestrian zone in Piestany. Today, we continue in our little sightseeing. Our first stop of today is the bridge of people in love. The bridge is close to the hospital and a visitor center.
We left the former luxurious hotel Grand Hotel Royal and walked down Sad A Kmete street (Winter Street) which takes us through the historic center. Soon we get to the so called Berlin guest houses (Dr Cmunt).
Join us for a walk in one of the most important spa towns in Slovakia. There you can enjoy nature, culture, and amazing landmarks. Today we visit Piestany.
Today, we travel to the region of Zahori. There we visit the town of Holic which holds a unique Baroque/classicist chateau, megaliths, and last but not least a windmill, our main destination for today.
Last week we made a tour from Dechtice to the church and monastery of St Catherine. This nice stroll inspired us to make another trip – this time to Dobra Voda town, couple of kilometers away. The town boasts with a beautiful ruin of a castle and Jan Holly.
Water work Králová on Váh-river in South Slovakia has relatively short history, so many persons could not enter into their subconsciousness, as an attractive tourist place of interest, making comparison to older dams.
Thanks to our photogallery today we move about 3 kilometers from the town of Dechtice to Katarin...
In Slovakia’s seismologically most active active area is Dobra Voda village where the famous Sl...
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As every year this year yet again was held Traditional Trnavian Fair which also happens to be the...
Near Bukova town, Trnava district, there you can find the ruin of Ostry Kamen castle. This stron...
The Small Carpathian Mountains hide many interesting localities. One of them is Dobra Voda, a fam...
Today we visit the reservation of Katarínka se in the Small Carpathians 3 kilometers from Dechtic...