|Exchange Rate||US$1 = €0.95|
|Plugs||C, E, F|
|Time||Central European Time (UTC+01:00)|
|Must-Try||Bryndzové halušky, Kapustnica, Goulash|
|April to September||High season - warm weather, festivals, and outdoor activities|
|October to March||Low season - cold weather, fewer tourists, and winter sports|
The capital and largest city of Slovakia, known for its charming old town and historic landmarks.
A historic town known for its mining heritage and well-preserved medieval architecture.
A fairy-tale castle located in the town of Bojnice, known for its beautiful architecture and surrounding park.
A picturesque village with traditional wooden houses, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A medieval fortress situated on a rock formation above the Orava River, offering panoramic views.
A mountain range along the border of Slovakia and Poland, offering stunning landscapes and outdoor activities.
One of the largest castles in Central Europe, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Slovakia has the highest number of castles and chateaux per capita in the world.