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Slovakia has a lot to offer in the way of nature including vast forests, spectacular mountains and beautiful rivers, lakes and waterfalls. When it comes to sports you will also find everything you could possibly want. Slovakia has good winter sports facilities and water sports are also possible. You can go hiking and explore caves or you can enjoy horseback riding through the forests.
Destinations in Slovakia.
Selection of holiday accommodation in the Bratislava area
Interesting selection of holiday accommodation in the area of Kosice.
Finally an selection of holiday accommodation in Liptovsky Mikulas region.
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Beyond the capital visitors will find a country packed with architectural gems, the renowned wooden churches of the Presov region, imposing fortresses, romantic castles and medieval ruins – all within easy reach thanks to an excellent transport system.
Slovak Republic is a country located in Central Europe, surrounded by the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Austria. Learn more about Slovakia, its history, economy, culture and people in our guide.
Holiday homes in Slovakia are ideal if you would like to pack history, culture, nature and wellness all into one holiday.
Home to nine national parks, including the High Tatras National Park, and an endless number of well-marked hiking trails, This is a paradise for nature lovers and fans of outdoor adventure, and our holiday homes in the countryside it mean you will be surrounded by the sights and sounds of an unsurpassed nature.
For those whose idea of a European vacation involves the exploration of medieval castles, you certainly won’t be disappointed here as Slovakia’s is home to more castles per capita than any other country in the world.
Reserve a spacious holiday home and explore medieval landmarks such as Spis Castle, the largest in Central Europe, or head northeast from your centrally-located holiday home and discover one of the unique wooden local churches.
If you’re vacationing with children in Slovakia, in addition to all the wholesome outdoor fun that awaits you, there are also family-oriented attractions like Aqua City in Poprad, or you can enjoy a family canoe trip down the Danube River in Bratislava. Book a pet-friendly holiday home in Slovakia today and start packing!
Holiday homes in Slovakia gateway to adventure
With our holiday homes, adventure is just one click away! In winter you can enjoy a fabulous ski holiday in the High Tatras, at resorts like Strbské pleso and Tatranská Lomnica.
Book a full-facility holiday home in a ski resort and you can create your own aprés-ski program.
In summer you’ll find endless opportunities for a hiking holiday in Slovakia as a network of well-marked trails virtually blanket the country. If you’re feeling particularly fit, set off from your rural holiday home in Slovakia and hike the 750-km-long Slovak National Uprising Heroes Trail.
Those feeling less heroic can still be a champion with a holiday home on a golf course in Slovakia, which makes it convenient and affordable to play a round of golf at world-class courses like Golf Club Borsa and the Black Stork Golf Resort in Vel’ka Lomnica.
Reserve a spacious holiday home by the water in Slovakia and take the family rafting down rivers such as the Váh or Dunajec, or if you’re vacationing with smaller children, reserve a child-friendly holiday home in Slovakia and hop aboard one of the many tourist trains, like the CHZ near Brezno. With your own self-catering holiday home in Slovakia, it’s all aboard for family fun and adventure. Book yours today!
Legendary holiday with a holiday home in Slovakia
If it’s history and culture you’re after, you can’t go wrong with our holiday homes in Slovakia. Slovakia is home to nearly 300 medieval castles, so you’re sure to run out of time before you run out of castles to explore! Set off from your pet-friendly holiday home in Slovakia and visit historic landmarks such as Spissky Hrad, one of the largest castles in Europe.
Or plan your trip right and you can be on-site for 12th century Bojnice Castle’s annual (April/May) International Festival of Ghosts.
Those who would prefer to avoid reliving the Dark Ages can embark upon a tour of a traditional Carpathian village (such as Vlkolinec) from the comfort of a fully-furnished and modern holiday home in Slovakia.
Don’t forget to visit Nitra, the oldest town in Slovakia, with a picturesque Old Town (with castle of course). And no cultural holiday in Slovakia would be complete without a trip to the nation’s capital, Bratislava, easily within reach of one of our detached holiday homes in Slovakia.
Here you’ll find cultural gems like the Blue Church, St. Martin’s Cathedral and, not surprisingly, Bratislava Castle. Cross the Danube via the New Bridge and you can have lunch at the UFO restaurant. For a cultural adventure that’s simply out of this world, book an affordable holiday home in Slovakia!
7 Facts about Slovakia.
1. The capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, lies on the borders with Austria and Hungary. That makes the city the only one capital in the world that borders two independent countries.
2. World’s highest number of castles and chateaux per capita. Just imagine an incredible number of 180 castles and 425 chateaux in a country with the entire population far smaller than the city of New York! 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.
3. More than six thousand caves have been discovered in Slovakia so far! Most spectacular caves can be found in the national parks of Low Tatras, Slovak Paradise and Slovak Karst. Many of them represent unique natural wonders.
4. Near the village Kremnické Bane, right next to the St. John Baptist Church, is located the geographical midpoint of Europe. Unfortunately, due to the different types of calculations, Slovakia is not the only country which is proud of its geographical middle of Europe. Another 7 European villages claim to host this hypothetical midpoint as well.
5. Since November 2014 all children, full-time students less than 26 years old, widowed or disabled pensioners under 62 and seniors 62 and older are eligible to travel by train for free using the national railways. It is available only for citizens or permanent residents of countries that are member states of the European Union.
6. Old medieval town of Levoča is a home of the highest wooden altar in the world. This remarkable work was created by Master Paul. It is located in Church of St. James right in the historical centre of Levoča. 18,6 m high and 6 m wide altar was made without the use of a single nail!
7. Located on the banks of the Danube, Bratislava has been a city of many names. There was the German name (Pressburg), Hungarian (Pozsony), an older Slovakian name (Presporok), and an old Greek name (Istropolis).
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