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Aquapark Tatralandia

Aquapark Tatralandia is the largest all-year water facility for fun and relaxation in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland. It is situated in the breath-taking mountain scenery at the North bank of the Liptovská Mara dam offering views of the West and Low Tatras.

Zoological Garden Bratislava

The Zoological garden of Bratislava is one of the favourite attractions of Slovakia's capital. It keeps a total of almost 1,000 individuals of different animal species, which makes it one of Slovakia's largest zoos. Part of the ZOO is the Dinopark – an exhibition of Dinosaur models in their real size, the first to be installed in Slovakia. The ZOO spreads on an area

Water Resevoir - Liptovská Mara

Passing through the region of Liptov, from Liptovský Mikuláš to Ružomberok, one must notice a huge water area of the dam Liptovská Mara. It is the largest water reservoir in Slovakia in terms of the confined water volume. The reservoir, namesake of one of the flooded communities, was built in the years 1970-1975. With the principal aims firstly to palliate the floodrisk on the

Ochtinská Aragonite Cave

Ochtinská aragonitová jaskyňa situated in the mountains Revúcka vrchovina in central Slovakia is a world rarityand unique natural phenomenon. It is interesting for variety and abundance of aragonite filling and a rare development of underground space. Thanks to its significance and unique ornamentation, it was included into theUNESCO World Heritage List. A 145 m long pit leads to the entrance of the cave at the altitude

Aquapark Senec

Recreation and relaxation water world of Aquathermal Senec is situated in a well-known resort Sunny Lakes (Slnečné jazerá) in Senec. Due to its purpose and location it provides accessible rest whole year round in beautiful environment of a sought-after resort, close to Bratislava and all important roads.

Demänovská Ice Cave

On the right side of the valley Demänovská dolina below the northern slopes of the mountains Nízke Tatry is another cave open to public - Demänovská ľadová jaskyňa. The cave known since the Middle Ages is the second largest cave of its kind in Slovakia. Though the first reference to it is from 1299, it was opened to the public only in the

Slovak National Theatre

Slovak National Theatre, one of the most important cultural institutions in Slovakia, began to write their history in 1920. Today the Slovak National Theatre consists of three components with permanent professional ensembles: Drama, Opera and Ballet.

Spa Of Bojnice

Bojnice is the world famous spa in the region of Upper Nitra. History of this town is connected with local sulphurous hot springs. The spa along with the Castle of Bojnice, which is not far away, were once owned by the magnate Matúš Čák Trenčiansky, the families of Korvín, Thurzo, and Pálffy. It was precisely the Pálffy family who invested efforts in establishing and promoting the

Spa Piešťany

The world famous spa town of Piešťany is situated in the northern part of the region of Dolné Považie at the foothills of the Považský Inovec Mts. and its fame is associated with the medicinal geothermal water and medicinal sulphuric mud. The mud and thermal mineral water in Piešťany have remarkable therapeutic effects onlocomotion apparatus disorders and are unique not only in Europe, but worldwide too. It is the largest and most successful Slovak

Spa Of Bardejov

The Bardejov Spa has a long history, with the first record of the spa stretching back to 1247 to the reign of Hungarian king Béla IV. In the 15th century, the spa began to be used for regular treatment. Its good reputation reached as far as courts of prominent European rulers. The services of this "oasis of health and relax" were used by