Slovakia in a nutshell

Day 1.

Arrival to the airport. Visit of the historical center of Bratislava. City walk from the National Theatre through Main square and Michalska brana to Dom sv. Martina, the church of the coronation of Maria Theresa.  Lunch in the Korzo. Visit of Chatam Sofer Memorial and visit of the Devin castle ruins. Night in a nice hotel in the National Park Slovak Paradise.


Day 2.

Breakfast in the hotel. Visit of a UNESCO site – ice cave Dobsinska ladova jaskyna. Horse-riding at the ranch Pod Ostrou skalou. Lunch at a cosy restaurant Pele with a view of Palcmanska Masa water dam. Hiking in the Zejmarska gorge.


Day 3.

UNESCO site of the Spis region. Beautiful views of the region on the way to Zehra. Photos below the gothic church in Zehra, visit of the never-conquered castle Spis, the largest castle complex in central Europe. A short ride down from the castle through Spisske Podhradie and uphill through the “church city“ Spisska Kapitula  with breaks for taking pictures. Lunch at Spissky Salas. Visit of Levoca with a beautiful renaissance square, city hall and a famous church of Saint James. Dinner in the hotel.



Check out. Visit of a picturesque countryside of Gemer with a medieval House of Andrássy in Betliar. City walk in the European capital of culture 2013 and European capital of Sport 2016. You will see the biggest church in Slovakia, St. Michael’s Chapel or a playing fountain. If you will have a power you can take a kayak&canoe and make a short river-running on the River Hornad. Transfer to the High Tatras.


Day 5.

The High Tatras National Park. Funicular from Stary Smokovec to Hrebienok. Hiking around Studeny Potok waterfalls. Drinking Tatra Tea in the oldest High Tatra refugee Reinerova utulna. Walking back to Hrebienok. Lunch in the Restaurant Strbske Pleso. Walking, zorbing, rope park.


Day 6.

Rafting in the attractive canyon of the Dunajec river located in the National Park Pieniny. Lunch in Lesnica. Biking back through the Canyon. Visit of the Red Monastery, legend about a flying monk Cyprian and a story about first pharmacy in the region. You can add a visit to the Castle of Stara Lubovna.


Day 7.

Sightseeing of a majestic Orava Castle. Then you can stop by on a sheep farm to buy the traditional cheese and make a picnic. A beautiful road through Orava to Liptov region.  Stop at Huty or Kvacany and hiking to the national protected area called Kvačany Canyon with OBLAZY point. It is a place well known thanks to the original wooden watermills still at work.


Day 8.

Check-out from the hotel. Visit of Vlkolinec, which is situated in the centre of Slovakia, just a short detour from the way to the airport and is a remarkably intact settlement of 45 buildings with traditional features of a central European village. It is the region’s most complete group of these kinds of traditional log houses, often found in mountainous areas. Vlkolinec is on the UNESCO heritage list. Transfer to the airport. Departure.

Tour price:

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Recommended transport:

Minivan, midibus, bus




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