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Slovakia: Itineraries for everyone

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"Slovakia is gaining popularity on the tourist trail, but when I was there is was tranquil and not in the least crowded."gastrotravelogue.com

Slovakia location

Eastern Europe

Located

Land borders

Austria

Czechia

Hungary

Poland

Ukraine

Slovakia at a glance

Koruna (SKK)

Currency

Slovak

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

None (3 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Very safe (80 / 100)

Safety index

Modern (86 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

At Greece (Greece itineraries) the itinerary will begin. After that the itinerary proceeds Albania (visit Albania itineraries), Croatia (see itineraries), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Hungary (more about Hungary itineraries) and Slovakia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. Besides of cities there a nature destinations. Visoko (Sarajevo), Lake Neusiedl (Bratislava (see itineraries)) and Little Carpathians (Bratislava) are the highlights.
You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at Sarajevo,
Belgrade, Budapest and Bratislava (see itineraries). You find the nightlife at Belgrade, Budapest (plan Budapest itineraries) and Bratislava (see itineraries). Safe countries are chosen but be carefully in Bosnia and Herzegovina. During your travel you have to speak Greek, Albania (see itineraries)n, Croatia (see itineraries)n, Serbian, Hungarian and Slovak . And if you speak only english it co

Things to do

How to Spend 24 Hours in Košice, Slovakia

Košice is the second-largest city in Slovakiaand the main city in the eastern part of the country. After visit

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Peruse the market in front of the Dominican Church.

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Best Places to Visit in Slovakia

Slovakia is literally in the heart of Europe. Most people don’t even realise that Vienna is only 50km away or a 1-hour journey fro

veryhungrynomads.com > Best Places To Visit In Slovaki

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7 best places to visit in SLOVAKIA

? Slovakia is one of the most popular destinations in Europe and deservedly so. And most importantly — Slovakia is easy to visit a

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Eat & drink

Jasna Slovakia: Ultimate Guide For Any Time Of Year

When it comes to places to visit in Slovakia, Bratislava (see itineraries) gets the bulk of visitors, eager to soak up the city’s nightlife, old-tow

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Where We Ate

There are number of small restaurants in Banska Stiavnica, as well as several cafes and bars. On our first night, we walked down t

traveladdicts.net > Banska Stiavnica Slovaki

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On Slovak food

Amanda: I love reading your posts about Slovak food, because it takes me back to my time in Bratislava (see itineraries). Many of my readers won’t h

notaballerina.com > Living In Slovakia Html

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General

It should be a quick read because really this post is all about the pictures.

Before going to the High Tatras ourselves, we struggled to find good sources of information for the possible hikes in the area. It

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Osturna, Slovakia: Why You Should Visit This Fairytale Town

There are many small and hidden gems in Slovakia, one we really feel like recommending is the fairy-tale village of Osturna, near

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A Peculiar Architecture

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3. Perfect for all age groups

The High Tatras offer many trails suitable for all age groups. You’ll see multi-generational families with babies and grandparents

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4. Perfect for all fitness levels

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Itinerary

Dynamic Cities

Slovakia may not have existed as a country for a very long time, but it’s been inhabited for centuries, and by peoples with their

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Cycling itineraries and routes in Slovakia

Even though Slovakia is not a big country, thanks to its mountains there are many choices when it comes to bicycle touring itineraries. ...

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Costs

How Much Does It Cost

Slovakia is a rather cheap country to travel to, comparing to other European countries. A day here may cost as little as 25 Euro (

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5. Budget friendly

When compared to other better-known European mountain destinations, the High Tatras are still on the cheaper side. This is true fo

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A tent usually costs 4/7€

Guesthouses and hotels are also very common, they are of course open all-year-round. Prices start at about 20€, expect

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Accommodation

Where To Stay In Jasna Slovakia

When it comes to finding somewhere to base yourself while exploring all that Jasna and the surrounding area has to offer, we recom

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Where We Stayed

When it comes to Banska Stiavnica hotels, there isn’t a ton of options. However, when it comes to luxury accommodations in the hea

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Where to stay in the High Tatras of Slovakia

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More about Slovakia

Slovakia is a landlocked country in central Europe. It borders the Czech Republic, Poland (plan Poland itineraries), Ukraine (see itineraries), Hungary and Austria (visit Austria itineraries). Slovakia is mountaineous along the border with Poland (plan Poland itineraries) in the north, but low-lying along the plains of the Danube in the south-east. The climate is continental. Tourism is very important for Slovakia. The about 5.400.000 inhabitants live on a territory of about 50.000 square kilometers. Languages spoken are Slovak, Hungarian and Czech. In the capital also some speak German. The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava.