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The town of Cavoj is located in beautiful nature and it is thus a splendid set out place for short walks or easy trips. What does it offer? Why is it worth visiting it? What interesting trips you can take? If you are interested in answers to these questions, well, you should read the following article.
Today our steps are directed to central Slovakia. We will visit interesting city of Zvolen, an important administrative and social center of the whole region. The city situated in Zvolen Basin, there are many important cultural and historical sights in the city worth visiting.
There are many beautiful places in Slovakia. Among them is our largest and the second highest mountains, the Low Tatra mountains. If you seek not only beautiful nature but also quality services and quality accommodation, we have several tips for you.
Today we will visit a wonderful and interesting technical sight – a water wheel mill in Jelka. Jelka is situated in southwest Slovakia in beautiful nature surrounding the Little Danube.
Viniansky Castle is in ruins today but it still attracts lots of tourists.
In Stary Smokovec in the High Tatras there was ceremonial opening of the Alpine Clubhouse in the beginning of May. It is a great place for everyone who likes being in mountains. The Clubhouse interconnects relaxation, knowledge and services not only for mountaineers.
The city of Győr is located near Slovakia on a half way between Vienna and Budapest. Thanks to its location, number of architectonical sights, cultural and natural gems, Győr is among favorite tourist destinations.
The town of Marianka is located few kilometers from Bratislava, in south Zahorie. People know it mostly as a place of pilgrimage. But we will talk about it as of a mining town or place for easy tourism and biketourism.
Today in our wonders across Slovakia we move in Poprad to Spisska Sobota, a protected area of historical landmarks. We will explore its history which experienced rises and falls. Despite uneasy fate its artistic value didn’t vanish. It offers a unique look on lives of our ancestors in the Spis region.
Infoglobe, a traveller’s website will introduce you today a bilingual book by Gabriela Levicka I Will Show You Slovakia. You have a chance to win this book at our photo contest at the Slovak section of our website.
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