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Slovakia is hard to beat when it comes to variety. Breathtaking nature, picturesque towns and rich cultural treasures awaken the spirit of discovery in every visitor.


Relax in the hiking paradise of the Low and High Tatras, discover the historical castles, churches, villages and towns of the country and get to know the Slovak culture better through selected community tourism offers.


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Hiking and wellness

Wandern und Wellness

​​Discover the smallest high mountains in Slovakia, the Tatra Mountains. Divided into the High and Low Tatras, the area offers fascinating nature and panoramic hiking trails. After a long hike, you can relax in one of the numerous spas, which are among the oldest and highest quality ones in Central Europe.

Historische Highlight
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Historical highlights

Slovakia has eight UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Spišský Hrad castle, the historic village of Vlkolínec, the picturesque mining town of Banská Štiavnica and eight traditional wooden churches. Those interested in culture get their money's worth in Slovakia.

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Community tourism

Commuity Tourism

Many folk traditions in music, dance and old handicrafts have been preserved to this day. These can be experienced first hand as part of the agritourism offer in Slovakia. You shouldn't miss out on the unique wines of Slovakia, which you can discover in the six wine-growing regions and on eight wine routes. 

Where is Slovakia located?

Slovakia belongs to Central Europe and borders Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. The official language is Slovak.

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