TOP places to visit in Slovakia

  1. Bratislava – the capital city of Slovakia and home to many historic buildings, such as the Bratislava Castle and St. Martin’s Cathedral.
  2. High Tatras – the highest mountain range in Slovakia, which offers stunning views and hiking opportunities.
  3. Spis Castle – a medieval castle that is considered one of the largest in Central Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  4. Bojnice Castle – a fairytale castle that is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Slovakia.
  5. Orava Castle – a Gothic castle that is perched on a hill overlooking the Orava River.
  6. Slovak Paradise National Park – a beautiful park that offers breathtaking natural scenery and a variety of outdoor activities.
  7. Demanovska Cave – one of the most famous caves in Slovakia, with incredible stalactites and stalagmites.
  8. Devin Castle – a castle located on a cliff above the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers.
  9. Banska Stiavnica – a historic mining town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  10. Stary Smokovec – a popular ski resort in the High Tatras.
  11. Vlkolinec – a small village that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well-preserved traditional architecture.
  12. Nitra – a historic city with many cultural attractions, including the Nitra Castle and the St. Emmeram’s Cathedral.
  13. Trenčin – a picturesque town with a medieval castle and an old town with many historic buildings.
  14. Pieniny National Park – a park known for its dramatic gorges and stunning mountain views.
  15. Bardejov – a medieval town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well-preserved Gothic and Renaissance architecture.
  16. Liptovsky Mikulas – a town in the heart of the Liptov region, known for its thermal spas and ski resorts.
  17. Dunajec River Gorge – a beautiful natural attraction that can be explored by rafting or hiking.
  18. Zuberec – a village located in the Western Tatras, with many traditional wooden houses and a popular open-air museum.
  19. Cerveny Klastor – a historic monastery that dates back to the 14th century, located in the beautiful Pieniny Mountains.
  20. Malá Fatra National Park – a park that offers beautiful mountain scenery, hiking trails, and a variety of outdoor activities.