Slovakia is a landlocked country, sharing its borders with Austria and Czech Republic. Located in central Europe, Slovakia is a part of the former republic of Czechoslovakia. It is officially referred to as Slovak republic and also covers a territory of about 49000 sq Km. Although Slovakia is a small nation it is greatly popular as a holiday destination amongst the tourists.
Travel Slovakia and enjoy its natural beauty, the numerous medieval gothic and baroque towns, caves, nine national parks, lively and cosmopolitan cities and well preserved folk architecture and traditions.
Slovakia’s temperate climate greatly boosts the country’s tourism that includes the comfortable warm summers and cold, overcast winters. When you travel Slovakia, also visit other places like Banska Stiavnica, Devin Castle, Spis Castle, Levoca, Vlkolinec, Bardejov, Snina and caves of aggtekej Karst and Slovak Karst.
Bratislava, the capital and the largest city of Slovakia is beautifully restored with the historic Baroque and Renaissance churches, Cobblestone streets, pleasant cafes, houses and palaces with lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Traveling around Bratislava is very easy and comfortable because of the city’s advanced and well developed public transportation services.
Bardejov, located in the north-eastern part of Slovakia is one of the major tourist attractions in Slovakia. The churches there, will remind you the town’s golden age that lasted between the 14th to 15th centuries. The historical and cultural heritage monuments are must visit there.
Slovak hotels are classified according to the European star system. All over the country, you may find beautiful cultural and new entertainment places. There are many bars, clubs and cafes all over the country.
Levoca is one such little place and no doubt there are ample of bars and clubs in town meant for the grownups. You can find any type of bars or club in Slovakia. With this, traveling the country has become more exciting!
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