Most spectacular caves can be found in the national parks of Low Tatras, Slovak Paradise and Slovak Karst. Ochtinska Aragonite Cave is the only one aragonite cave located in Europe and a huge 34 m high sinter column in Krasnohorska cave is even listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
The picturesque village of Čičmany in Northern Slovakia has a status of world’s first reservation of folk architecture.
The most popular castles such as Bratislava castle, Orava castle or Bojnice castle draw thousands of visitors every year.The real highlight amongst Slovak castles is undoubtedly medieval Spiš Castle, which belongs to the largest castles in the Central Europe and was included in the UNESCO List of World’s Cultural and Natural Heritage. More than six thousand caves have been discovered in Slovakia so far!Afterwards, you ask for a zero-fare ticket for a specific train and enjoy the ride.Slovakia with its 9 national parks and 14 protected landscape areas is literally a paradise for tourists.Slovakia has incredible sources of mineral water and healing thermal springs.
Most of them are actively used for therapeutic and recreation purposes within 21 spa resorts.That makes the city the only one capital in the world that borders two independent countries.Moreover, Austrian capital Vienna is distant only 60 km!Surrounded by mountains the village is famous especially for its traditional wooden houses.The walls of these timber houses are decorated with white geometrical patterns, same shapes can be found on the folk costumes of the villagers.Near the village Kremnické Bane in Slovakia, right next to the St.