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Danielle provides a great overview of Bratislava and Slovakia; not only the historical events and important places but also wonderful insight to the people and culture. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone wishing to really understand the Slovakian people and their country.
This day tour is ideal for travelers who have a short time in Bratislava. It’s a leisurely tour that covers ‘nearly all’ of the city’s must-see and do attractions, so you can get to know the Slovak capital in just a short time. Your local guide will give you further tips on how to spend time in the city, if you happen to be staying longer.
Very memorable experience for our visit to Slovakia. Our driver/host Vlado looked after us very well and drove safely all the time adjusting to weather changing conditions. We were lucky to experience a snowfall in Vysoke Tatry. Also had ample time at each location we visited. Vlado also recommended local cuisine dishes and local beverage and that helped us experience all aspects of Slovakia. Thanks to everyone involved in organizing this trip. Highly recommended.
Discover the best of Slovakia on a 2-day private tour that covers a number of the country’s historic sights. Visit the UNESCO-listed sites of Banska Stiavnica and Spis Castle, explore four national parks including the Low and High Tatras parks, learn about the rich history of this European nation, and more. Your package includes overnight accommodation, one breakfast, one dinner, a private guide, and private transportation.
We booked this tour because we wanted to do something a bit different and had a particular interest in the communist era and it’s aftermath.
We know from experience that you learn so much more by having a tour guide so decided to book. We saw places in and around Bratislava that we wouldn’t have ordinarily got to see on a city break. Our guide (Maroš) was friendly and informative.
Highly recommend for those that prefer something a bit more interactive and unusual.
Duane and Jo (London)
Learned so much. Our guide was so good, very knowledgeable, fun friendly. Can't say enough about how interesting this was, gave a new perspective on life after communism from a person who actually Lived in this era. Car was awesome- made everything authentic. Places we toured were unexpected and so interesting. Definitely recommend.
Bratislava’s modern history continues to fascinate many visitors, but matching landmarks to their historic context can be difficult. Discover the Soviet influence on the city with a tour of sights including the Slavín monument, Petržalka housing estate, and the SNP Bridge, and gain insight into post-communist life. Travel around town in a retro vehicle, benefiting from the small-group size with personalized attention from your guide.
Forget the hassle of following a tour group around Bratislava and opt for a private tour guide to show you the sights. This comprehensive city tour includes transport via an air-conditioned vehicle and hits all of the key landmarks including Old Town, Bratislava Castle, the Presidential Palace, and Slavin Monument. Listen to engaging commentary from your tour guide about the history and culture of the city while you explore.
Tour the beautiful Bojnice Castle in the Trencin region of Slovakia on this full-day excursion from Bratislava. Stroll around the banks of the peaceful lake, and explore the ornately decorated rooms of the castle. Then visit the museum to learn about old Slovak traditions and enjoy a glass of Bosacka slivovica (a distilled plum drink).
Visit the Danube Bend area, the scenic town of Győr, and the Basilica of Esztergom on your transfer from Bratislava to Budapest.
Join our fun and easy-going road trip from Bratislava to Budapest. We travel through the countryside and enjoy the atmosphere of the cute little towns of Győr and Szentendre with views to the Danube River always on our side. We’ll bring you to places you’d never visit in one day and help you discover the Hungarian and Slovakian countryside in the best possible way.
Our knowledgeable local tour guides take a small group, maximum of 15 people, for a fun-filled 10-hour road trip from Bratislava to Budapest. You will learn about the history, culture, and most importantly the people of Hungary and Slovakia.
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Private Day Trip to Bojnice Chateau and Cicmany village
Bojnice Chateau and Cicmany village
, Oct 2019
On my opinion it is great tour for couples. You can see the beautiful Slovak countryside, both historic sites are well preserved and offer an insight into the country's rich history. Our tourguide Martin was excelent, so I recommend the tour!
Bojnice Chateau is a beautifully restored 19th century castle that looks like it’s straight out of a fairytale. Tour the large art collection inside with a private guide, who will tell you all about the history of the castle and the art collector Count Palfy who created it. Also visit the unique architecture of Cicmany village, one of the most striking in the whole of Slovakia. This is an authentic way to experience Slovakia’s culture, art, and history.
We travelled with our tour guide, Martin, to some incredible villages, castles and citadels in Eslovaquia. Since the travel distance from place to place didn’t exceed two hours, we were able to spend a lot of time in each place and enjoy our guided tour with Martin, who shared a lot of information and explanations about the place, facts, history and actuality. The citadels and fortresses were incredible and the castles were breathtaking.
Overall an amazing experience and we recommend it 100%.
Thank you for everything, Martin
Make the most of your short time in Slovakia with this inclusive private tour from Vienna that lets you see the best of the country while skipping the hassle of trip planning. Visit such highlights as the UNESCO-listed Spiš Castle and Tatras National Park and enjoy two nights of included accommodation with breakfast.
This trip is designed for those who want to reconnect with their past and find information about their ancestors who lived in Slovakia. A long time ago many Slovaks emigrated to America and other countries in order to search and start a better life. Now many years later, a lot of people started to show increased interest in finding out more about their ancestors and therefore to find out more about themselves. This trip will give you the opportunity to go back in past, visit the villages where your family comes from, speak with locals to find out about costumes and history. We can help you to draw your family tree if you wish so at an additional cost. Don’t miss this beautiful chance to go back in time.
What you need to do is, to give us the surname of your family, the name of the village where they come from, their date of birth. Furthermore, any original documents are very helpful too. If we need more information we will contact you.
Take advantage of Bratislava’s closeness to Vienna with this private day trip to Austria’s capital. Avoid the fixed timetables of buses and trains, and relax en route in a private air-conditioned car, with a driver-guide to commentate on the sights. Then, travel between Vienna’s landmarks with ease, hopping out to visit attractions such as the Schonbrunn Palace independently. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included, with admissions at your own expense.
Without local knowledge or a hire car, setting off from Bratislava to experience authentic Slovak country cuisine takes some serious organizing. This tour makes it easy: whisking you to a traditional village restaurant outside the city, and with a guide to give you background on Slovak history and gastronomy. Enjoy the old-school atmosphere and savor a hearty rural meal of dishes such as roast duck, 'loksha' pancakes, strudel, and more.
his Tour will present Bratislava as a whole, with its extensive historical core. The tour is combined and the first half of the sightseeing is on foot and the second is drive. This excursion will give you complete picture of Bratislava and it will show you also the Bratislava second castle Devin, located on the border of countries and on the border of two rivers.
Discover the center of Slovakian culture and history on this 3-hour tour of Bratislava. Led by a local guide, explore St Martin’s Cathedral and the historic Main Square in the city’s Old Town. See the neoclassical architecture of the Primatial Palace and, if open, admire its interior Hall of Mirrors. Afterward, enjoy a scenic drive past Bratislava’s top landmarks, including the Slavín War Memorial and Bratislava Castle. To tour the medieval Devín Castle, upgrade your ticket to include a visit (own expense) after your city tour is finished.
About 20 minutes drive from Polish Slovakian border, in Ždiar, lies an astonishing construction. Treetop walk Bachledka is situated at the border of Pieninski and Tatrzanski National Park in the heart of majestic forests. Path of 600 meters (2000 ft) will lead you through forest full of rear flora and fauna. Educational stops will inform you about inhabitants of local forests. The path ends with an impressive 32 meter (104 ft) high observation tower. From the top you can admire breathtaking panorama of Pieniny Mountains and Bielskie Tatra Mountains. Net stretched in the middle of observations tower, 32 meters above the ground, will give you an adrenaline kick, but do not worry, it has a high carrying capacity.
Banska Stiavnica is a Slovak city which you can find on the list of UNESCO. And there is a reason why it is the part of the list- Banska Stiavnica is situated 2,5 hour from Bratislava but it offers unbelievable experience of history, open air mining museum and mint. Leap through time and experience medieval Slovakia.
Get a comprehensive overview of Bratislava in just a few hours on this city tour. Walk around Old Town Bratislava and see important historic monuments such as Michael’s Gate and the Old Town Hall then head to Bratislava Castle, Palisady district, the Presidential Palace, and Slavin Monument by air-conditioned vehicle. Delve into the history of Bratislava and Slovakia with engaging commentary from your guide to round out your tour.
If you love castles, there’s more than the impressive Bratislava Castle to see! You can also pay a visit to Devin Castle, which is only about a half an hour away from the city on the Danube River. Once there, you’ll need a few minutes to climb up to the top of the castle ruins and admire the view. This castle hasn’t been restored, but that’s part of what gives it a special historic charm.
Slavin memorial is dedicated to the Soviet Army soldiers who lost their lives while liberating the city from the occupying Germans. Slavin lies on a hill just behind the Bratislava Castle. Many people head up here for the views, but the monument, which dates to 1960, is also an interesting example of Stalinist architectural style.
Explore the rich Bratislava region during this half-day tour. See remnants of the Austro-Hungarian eras such as the Red Stone Castle and learn about Slovakia’s tumultuous history. Walk around the grounds of the castle and inside the ornate interiors to see the collections of the Palfrey family. Then head to a winery in the countryside to sample some local Slovak wine, a treat that you can’t find outside of Slovakia.
This Tour will present Bratislava as a whole, with its extensive historical core. The tour is combined and the first half of the sightseeing is on foot and the second is drive. This excursion will give you complete picture of Bratislava and it will show you also the Bratislava second castle Devin, located on the border of countries and on the border of two rivers.
Beer, beer, beer. Almost everyone likes it. The beer brings positive moments to our life like celebration of achievements, helps you to digest a nice meal and connects you with your friends. That is the reason why we would like to invite you for a beer tasting of local, Slovak mini breweries.
And what makes it special? Friendly guide, informative sommelier and tasting of a beer jam. Yeah, the beer jam a unique specialty from Slovakia. Taste with us selection of beers from local breweries in Slovakia, prepare your senses to taste beermalades and just enjoy.
Duration: 3 hours
Price includes: Transfer, 8 samples of beer and samples of beermalades, snacks, friendly guide and explanation of a beer sommelier.
Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO monument and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Golden City is easily one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, with travellers pouring in to enjoy its amazing history and the Czech beer – the best beer in the world! This charming city has conquered millions of hearts with its unique atmosphere, quaint narrow streets connecting stunning architecture and excellent cuisine.
During the approx 4-hour drive past the Czech border and across Moravia and Bohemia until you reach Prague.
Whether in spring when the flowers are blooming and the city is starting to enjoy days filled with sunshine, or in winter when the scent of mulled wine and the aroma of roasting sausages fill the air in the numerous Christmas markets, this is a wonderful city to explore. Get to know it in person!
In the late afternoon your driver will take you back to Bratislava to your hotel or apartment.
See the Gothic church of St. Catherine town hall, which was originally a Gothic house
Encoutner New Castle and the Old castle and Calvary with breathtaking views
Walk through the Holy Trinity Square
Visit a small mine in the city center
Walk through the oldest street in the town
Experience a UNESCO heritage town
With its rich deposits of silver and gold, Banská Štiavnica is figured as one of the most important towns in Medieval Europe. You'll see also some lakes, hills and the fantastic countryside.
The town was registered as a UNESCO heritage site in December 1993, and was also the site of the first technology-oriented university in the world.
You see the place and the house where this University was founded.
From here, Banská Štiavnica became a center for science and technology development in Europe.
This town is one of the most beautiful and historically interesting towns in Slovakia, attracting artists and romantics with its old mining roads, stylish cafés and restaurants.
Are you hungry?. . . or just curious? What is the first thing that crosses your mind when someone mentions Slovak food? Would you like to try local cuisine? Bring your appetite and taste with us traditional Slovak dishes, socialist era delights, and local beer.
On a 3-hour food tour around Zilina, I will take to many interesting places, from local restaurants, family-run businesses to crafter beer producers.
We will have a chance to taste Slovak most authentic dishes such a Halušky, Treska and drinks such a Kofola and varieties of locally crafted beers. And of course sweet snacks from Zilina Region. . . but that one is secret :)
The mission is clear - we go where locals go, we eat what locals eat. Join this unforgettable opportunity and discover the real taste Slovak food made in Zilina!
Dont eat anything before a tour :)
The Tatras mountain region is a green natural playground with a charming variety of nature, history and attractions in a small, accessible, safe territory. This outdoor paradise offers pristine natural environment and maximum relaxation in the embrace of the mountains, waterfalls, alpine meadows and more than 100 lakes.
The trails that crisscross the High Tatras are all well marked with distances and estimated times, so it is easy to choose route based on everyone´s fitness level and ambition.
The High Tatras topped Lonely Planet’s Best in Europe list for 2019, which highlights the most exciting places to visit across the continent.