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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Krasnohorska cave

Krasnohorska cave

This is a unique natural creation, which is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage. This tour is suitable for all but requires special physical conditions. Children below 15 should be accompanied by adults. The route has rough terrain and you need special non-slip shoes to complete it.  The entrance is located 1300 meters from Jozefina resort. You can…

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Bratislava bunkers

Bratislava bunkers

Historical data The Czechoslovakian republic has created a network of fortifications along the border due to the threat from Germany in 1935. Those fortifications were designed to protect the key points of eventual invasion from Germany, Hungary, and Poland. Chechoslovakia was able to conduct a defensive war and to wait until the Allies including Great Britain, France, and the USSR…

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Danubiana art museum

Danubiana art museum

The art museum Danubiana, one of the most interesting Slovakian galleries is located 23 kilometers to the South from Bratislava. The construction of the museum was started at the end of the XX century. The open ceremony took place on September 9, 2000. The collection is based on the artworks of modern artists from the collection of Gerard Molesten. The…

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