Grassalkovich Park

Grassalkovich Park

One of the central objects of Slovakian capital is the President’s palace, former residence of count Grassalkovich. This magnificent complex with halls and personal appartments of the count as well as other rooms was built in 1760 in the Rococo style. On the opposite side of the central building, there is a small garden, designed for slow promenades and summer…

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Janka Krala garden in Bratislava

Janka Krala garden in Bratislava

There are many cultural and natural objects on the territory of Slovakian capital One of them is Janka Krala Garden. The history of this garden The history of the garden goes in the past when Bratislava was known as Pressburg during Maria Theresia’s rule. The emperor wanted to leave a bright trace in history. Culture, arts, agriculture, external and internal…

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Botanic garden

Botanic garden

The botanic garden is open from April 1 to October 31. There are several greenhouse plants in the garden: Orangery of useful plants with tropical and subtropical cultures; Australian flora Orangery; Moisture-loving and thermophilic tropic and subtropic plants orangery; Palm orangery; Cactus orangery; Ficus, fern, orchid, bromeliads and tillandsia Open field plants: 120 species of roses, one year and multi-year…

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Slovensky raj

Slovensky raj

Slovensky raj is located in the Eastern part of Slovakia where magnificent peaks meet deep gorges, large plateaus, and mysterious caves. This is a national park, which starts in the Low Tatras slopes. Here you can find virgin nature, sinuous paths, roaring waterfalls, overhanging rocks, and dizzying panorama make this territory a true tourist Eldorado. What is Slovensky raj Slovensky…

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