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Tips for CULTURE EXPLORERs

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If you strive to go beyond the classic tourist attractions and prefer to explore new places more deeply to understand the history, culture, art and traditions of others - here are some tips to plan a great trip to Slovakia!

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Visit the capital city only 60 km from Vienna. Enjoy charming European atmosphere in not crowded peacefull way. Take a walk to the castle hill to admire a great view of the city. #Bratislava #Slovakia

Bratislava castle is dominating the city skyline for many centuries. In the middle of the century, Bratislava became the official coronation town for Hungarian Kings and at the castle there was a residence of the king. Photo by Miroslav Petrasko Bratislava, Danube River, European Countries, Photos Du, 16th Century, Old Town, Night Life, Nature, Tours

Bratislava castle is dominating the city skyline for many centuries. In the middle of the 16th century, Bratislava became the official coronation town for Hungarian Kings and at the castle there was a residence of the king. #slovakia #bratislava #castle Photo by Miroslav Petrasko

Slovakia is a central European country known for its dramatic natural landscape and many castles. Near the Austrian border, capital city Bratislava features a pedestrian-only Old Town with a lively cafe scene. Medieval Castles In Europe, Heart Of Europe, Danube River, Bratislava, Castle House, Filming Locations, Capital City, Old Town, The Good Place

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ORAVA CASTLE Majestic castle standing proudly on the top of the hill since 13th century will ravish your imagination as it did to filmakers who used it as a stage for Dracula movie. #castle #Slovakia

Wooden church, the Open air museum in Bardejovske Kupele, Slovakia Daily Photo, Sweet Home, Cabin, Explore, Mansions, Nice, House Styles, Museum, Places

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Nice wooden church Another place I plan to revisit this summer, the Open air museum in Bardejovske Kupele. I was...

Wooden church in Mirola. Nestled in peacefull woods of north-eastern Slovakia the churches will reveal the mastery of local craftsmen and help you recover your inner harmony at this magical place. Monument Valley, To Go, Culture, Explore, History, Places, Woods, Bucket, Travel

Wooden church in Mirola. Nestled in peacefull woods of north-eastern Slovakia the churches will reveal the mastery of local craftsmen and help you recover your inner harmony at this magical place. #Slovakia

TOKAJ WINE REGION Wine lovers will have a great time in Tokaj wine region near Košice city famous for its naturally sweet wine which was favoured for centuries on the tables of many European kings. Hungarian Recipes, Hungarian Food, Sweet Wine, Local Music, Homeland, Wine Recipes, Places To Visit, Culture, Explore

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TOKAJ WINE REGION Wine lovers will have a great time in Tokaj wine region near Košice city famous for its naturally sweet wine which was favoured for centuries on the tables of many European kings.

Smolenice castle in #Slovakia The Smolenice Castle was built up in 15th century, but it was destroyed during the Rákóczi's War of Independence and Napoleanic wars. The castle was only rebuilt up in the 20th century by Jozef Huber who used the Kreuzenstein castle near Vienna as a model. Smolenice castle now serves as a conference centre for  Slovak Academy of Sciences, and it is only opened to the public in July and August. Heart Of Europe, Academy Of Sciences, 15th Century, Beautiful Landscapes, Vienna, Conference, Fairy Tales, Centre, Public

Smolenice castle in #Slovakia The Smolenice Castle was built up in 15th century, but it was destroyed during the Rákóczi's War of Independence and Napoleanic wars. The castle was only rebuilt up in the 20th century by Jozef Huber who used the Kreuzenstein castle near Vienna as a model. Smolenice castle now serves as a conference centre for Slovak Academy of Sciences, and it is only opened to the public in July and August.