Slovakia is a small country, but rich in natural, historical and cultural beauties. If you decide to stay for a few days other amazing sights can be offered on one tour. Consider the following tips for trips and we will gladly accompany you and make all the necessary arrangements.

The medieval army camp in Stara Lubovna

The medieval life in the camp will lure you to try historical sports disciplines, such as bow-shooting, crossbow-shooting, axe-throwing, horse-riding, and even cannon-shooting.

UNESCO cultural monuments route:

Spišský hrad castle and its environs


The historic town of Bardejov

Bardejov is a pearl of medieval Renaissance and Gothic architecture. It exhibits numerous cultural monuments in its completely intact medieval town center with the fortification system.
Te nearby spa Bardejovske Kupele and the skanzen (an open air museum of folk architecture) rank among the highlights, too.

Slovak wooden churches

Most of them are built solely from wood. Their architecture expresses the perfect harmony of human soul with nature and they are the artefacts of an extraordinary worldwide value.

Tatras mountains

Rugged beauty of peaks, lakes and rocks. Best choice for those who like hiking, climbing, cycling, skiing and other outdoor activities.

Červený Kláštor (Red Monastery)

A famous monastery on the Slovak-Polish borders. Known also thanks to the „flying monk“ Cyprian, who made a glide and jumped from a nearby mountain. We recommend seeing the area from traditional rafts that sail down the Dunajec river. www.pieniny.sk/en.html

The Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in Medzilaborce

Visit the museum of father of pop art and one of the most interesting artists of the avant garde.
The museum has the second largest collection worldwide after Pittsburg's Warhol museum.