Slovakia

The capital of Slovakia Bratislava
 
Mountain lake High Tatra, Slovakia
 
The Ruins of Beckov castle, Slovakia
 

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Christina Gibbons Slovaks love their cheese, their favourite being Oschtjepka, a mixture of cow’s and sheep’s milk, whilst Bryndza, made entirely from sheep’s milk comes a close second. For a hearty meal, look out for popular Brynzove Halusky on a typical Slovakian menu - small potato dumplings with sheep's cheese.
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Slovakia Holidays

With the majestic Tatra Mountains providing a stunning backdrop to rolling lowlands, fairytale castles, folkloric villages, ancient ruins and resplendent spa towns, Slovakia possesses an untainted beauty that is becoming increasingly difficult to find in Central Europe, and visitors are slowly waking up to the many cultural and historical highlights that have helped Slovakia holidays sharply increase in popularity in recent years.

On your holiday to Slovakia, visit the Baroque masterpiece of Bratislava, Slovakia’s capital city, with its authentic Old Town, a grandiose castle, and an abundance of palaces, cathedrals and museums, all wonderfully perched beside the magnificent Danube River.

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Outside of the city there are many more treasures to discover; the spa town of Piestan, traditional villages perched high up in the alpine High Tatras, the picturesque Spis region which is home to the largest medieval ruin in Central Europe, the fairytale castle of Oravsky Podzamok and the UNESCO-listed ancient mining town of Banska Stiavnica are just some of the highlights of a Slovakia holiday.

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