River Danube - Slovakia
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In the first part of our walk, we went on foot the city centre. Now, we wish to offer you some tips, in order to see as much as sightseeings within short time period (within one day).
In the Czech Republic people have their astronomical clock, in Vienna world-famous Cathedral St. Stephen and on the Slovak Republic have their pride, unique blue church, one of the notable attractions of Bratislava.
If you consider yourself a traveler who doesn't like travelling too much and don't like to travel great distances; or maybe your financial situation restrains you from seeing what you would like to than go to Budapest. Situated in central Europe this city has amazing atmosphere and is pleasure to look at.
Šamorín, a town of nearly 14 thousand, is situated in western Slovakia less than 25 kilometres southeast of Bratislava. The rye-island town is surrounded by the Danube Lowland and is divided into five parts, namely Šamorín, Bučuháza, Čilistov, Královianky, Mliečno and two historical parts Gančháza and Šámot.
Lower Austria is known for its beautiful nature and cultural monuments. Come with us to discover the most beautiful routes leading through tunnels, through the forest, along the old railway, to waterfalls or ferries across the Danube. In addition, we will not miss the very popular Lower Austrian Landscape Exhibition.
During our bike trials we stoped in the town of Hainburg. This medieval town with Hainburg castle above hides many natural and historical mysteries. One of them is Röthelstein castle ruins hidden in a national park.
In the southwestern part of Slovakia, beyond the capital Bratislava, there is the sunniest village in the landscape - Ivanka u Dunaje. In terms of population, it is the second largest municipality in the Senec district, the Bratislava region, and even belongs to the top five most numerous municipalities in Slovakia. Accept the invitation for a short walk through their sights and picturesque nooks.
The Old Town has few corners to hide from the hustle and bustle of the streets. You can go to one of the public parks, for a walk through the medieval Kapitulská Street, or to the castle. However, today we will take you to the historic cemetery located near the newly built shopping and administrative center of the city or the popular Medical Garden.
We invite you for a walk through one of the most popular and most beautiful public parks in Bratislava. It is located in a relatively densely built-up area of the Old Town and is called the Medical Garden, which aptly describes the surrounding presence of a polyclinic, school or dean's office at the Comenius University Faculty of Medicine.
Lower Austria is popular for its wine culture, which dates back to 2,000 years and the power of viticulture continues to this day. Visit traditional vintages, festivals, thousands of wine streets or go hiking in the floodplain forests or discover the historic railway. We have selected for you 6 one-day tips for attractive autumn experiences in a magical Lower Austrian region.