This place is the witness of the biggest battle in Slovakia during the Second World War. 80 000 people were death or injured. We will also briefly stop by the war memorials at Vysny Komarnik and valley of death. At the end we visit the wooden church at Ladomirova, which is also subscribed under UNESCO […]
We visit Presov and its copy of the Shroud of Turin, the museum of vines, the Evangelical College, the Neptune fountain and many more. Another important part of the trip is the unique technical monument Solivar and the tour through the Opal mines, where the biggest opal in the world was extracted.
We will visit the typical woody churches of Eastern Slovakia, Bardejov as the city with the biggest battle of our country during the Second World War. Why this place has this unfortunate history and why it has so many war memorials, are the question our personal guide is happy to answer.
We would visit these four tows: Bardejov with its typical gothic square, Levoca with its tallest woody renaissance altar in the world, Kosice with its biggest cathedral of Slovakia and Krynica, as the most important spa in Poland. Of course with our personal guide.