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Top 20 places for travel & vacation in Slovakia.

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01-10 11-20
1.Bratislava
Bratislava - The Capital of the Slovak Republic. The most striking modern building is an SNP bridge on the Danube River, the largest suspension bridge in the world with one stand.For tourists and sightseeing available machine named "Prešporáčik", which can be directly drive through the streets of the historic center. There is a translation in different languages. Bratislava has numerous monuments. In the main square there is a fountain with the statue of King Maximilian II. The most important monuments include the Academia Istropolitana, Devin Castle, Erdödy Palace, Grassalkovich palace - Presidential Palace, the Palace of Summer Archbishop, Michael's Gate, Primate's Palace, the Palace of Leopold de Pauli, Primate's Palace, Slovak National Theatre, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovak National Gallery, old Town Hall (Bratislava), Chatam Sofer Memorial. In Bratislava there are several parks and surrounding forests of the Small Carpathians. Museums: Museum of the Slovak National Museum, Slovak National Gallery, Jewish Museum, Museum of Art Danubiana Meulensteen.
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2.High Tatras
High Tatras - the highest part of the Tatras is located on the border of Poland and Slovakia. The highest peaks in the High Tatras is Gerlach (2,655 m), Łomnica (2634 m) and Ice Peak (2627 m). Due to the harsh conditions in the park only grows 120 species rasteniy.In High Tatras, there are 16 tourist camps (four in Poland and 12 in Slovakia) and several trails for camping and mountaineering. Valid Tatra National Park in Poland and Slovakia.
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3.Orava Castle
Orava Castle is a castle in Slovakia, located on a 112-meter cliff above Orava, near the village of Oravski Podzamok not far from Dolnogo Kubina. It is included in the list of national cultural monuments of Slovakia. The castle was laid in the middle of the 13th century on the site of an old wooden fort. The last stone was laid in the XVII century. It was first mentioned in 1267. In 1370 he became a dense castle of Orava. In the 16th century a palace was built on the territory of the Orava Castle. In 1800 the castle burned down and was later rebuilt. After a complete reconstruction in 1953-1968, the castle housed an exhibition of the Orava Museum. Here, many scenes from an early film about Dracula were shot - "Nosferatu: Symphony of Terror". The castle is open to tourists for a whole year except January - March.
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4.Smolenice
Smolenice - a village at the foot of the Little Carpathians in Trnava region, Slovakia. She is best known Smolenice Castle, Cave of the Drina natural landmark and the highest peak of the Little Carpathians - Záruby. Main attractions: Smolenice castle and the adjacent park, the remains of the fortress on the top of Molpír, Church of the Nativity of the Virgin (1644), the Chapel of the Ascension (1702), Grave Banic (parachute inventor), Molpír museum Protected area Malé Karpaty, Waterfall in Hlboče Valley, Karst caves Drina, Hlbočiansky waterfall.
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5.Trenčín Castle
Trenčín Castle is a castle located on a high hill above the center of Trenčín in western Slovakia. Currently in the castle is the Trenchinsky Museum. The collection of the museum, which tells about the history of the region and the fortress, contains: art objects, archaeological finds, ancient weapons and furniture. It is included in the list of national cultural monuments of Slovakia.
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6.Bratislava Castle
Bratislava Castle is the central and most important castle in Bratislava, which for centuries has been an integral part of the city panorama. The monumental castle, reconstructed from the ruins in the second half of the 20th century, symbolizes more than a thousand years of Slovak history, is located on the southern spur of the Lesser Carpathians, on the cliff above the left bank of the Danube, at the crossroads of international roads. Hail - one of the main dominants of the city, is included in the list of national cultural monuments of Slovakia. On the territory of the palace there are expositions; and also the historical and partly archaeological section of the Slovak National Museum. In the city there are historical exhibitions containing valuable exhibits of people's history from antiquity to the present day (including valuable archaeological and numismatic collections), it is a public treasury of folk culture. Historical exhibitions tell about the development of material and spiritual culture, and about the social and political struggle in Slovakia. Since the time of feudalism, there are unique arts and crafts, documents on the development of cities and the life of the population.
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7.Haličský zámok
Halic castle - the castle is located in the Galicia village 8 km west of Lucenec, Slovakia. Currently, after a decade of renovations reopened as a hotel. The castle was built from the 15th to the 16th - century. The castle has a fountain and several allegorical sculptures.м
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8.Bojnice
Bojnice - spa town in the western part of Slovakia. The city has hot springs, which is mentioned in documents of the 13th century. On August 31, 2005 the city has a quality certificate ISO 9001: 2000 is valid for providing spa care and medical treatment in sanatoriums. Other sights: Bojnice Castle (11th century, depicted in many films and television series, takes an annual festival of ghosts and monsters), the Gothic church (14th century), the chapel of St. John Nepomuk (16th century), Bojnice zoo (the first zoo in Slovakia), Prepoštská cave spa buildings of the 17th century.
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9.Spiš Castle
Spis Castle is a ruined castle in the eastern part of Slovakia and one of the largest castles in Central Europe. The historical center of the Spiš Region, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located near the Spišský Podgrádia (territorially belongs to the village of Žegra), 15 km from the town of Levoca. It is included in the list of national cultural monuments of Slovakia.
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10.Bzovík
Bzovík originally Benedictine (later premonštrántsky) monastery converted into a fortress (castle), Slovakia. Located near the village of the district Krupina Bzovík in Banska Bystrica. The area of ​​the former monastery into a state of ruin, and the outer fortification is well preserved and restored.
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