Cities for Green Travelers in Slovakia
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- 1Slovakia52 reviews
Bratislava is the largest city in Slovakia. It is a perfect place for a day trip from Vienna as most historical sites can be seen in that time. Its winding alleys and cobblestone streets lead you to some of the most interesting sites such as the Opera House and the Bratislava Castle. Old Bratislava is a great walking city! Only ...
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- 2Slovakia8 reviews
When I backpacked Europe in 2005, Kosice was the farthest east that I made it. I spent a restful three days in this handsome town hiking, exploring and relaxing. The summer air was chilly and bracing at night and it felt a bit like being in upstate New York.
- 3Slovakia1 review
This is by all means one of the most amazing places on earth. At least for me. Sitting on the hills with old mines underneath, surrounded with forest, it has very strong presence of Genius Loci. As soon as you enter the town, you can feel captivating atmosphere. I always get goose bump. Small curving streets and alleys going up ...
- 4Slovakia5 reviews
It's incredible the way they turn the city into a shining perfect clean paradise. It is wonderful and pleasant, and still very cheap!
- 5Slovakia4 reviews
a very cute town in the Tatras. a small downtown with restaurants, cafes and shops.
- 6Slovakia4 reviews
Fresh air and doing skiing, a great way to start winter in Slovakia :)
- 7Slovakia3 reviews
High Tatras are the smallest Alps in the world overlooking Slovakia from its most northern point. this mountain range is rich in flora and fauna, and it is a great place for nature lovers, hikers and climbers of all levels. winter and summer sports.
- 10Slovakia1 review
- 12Slovakia2 reviews
This is an incredible little place that is perfect for the nature lover and situated fairly well for rail connections nearby.
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- 17Slovakia2 reviews
Zilina isn't touristy town. It is an industrial down with several big factories and railways. I stumbled upon this city, and it wasn't really pleasurable. However, if you speak Slovakian, you can get a lot of information to explore the nearby mountain area. There were absolutely no information for the international travelers. Got to see some authentic Slovakian lifestyle here. ...
- 18Slovakia1 review
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- 20Slovakia1 review