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Private & Small Group Tours to Slovakia

Slovakia is famous for its pristine natural beauty defined by its location on the footsteps of the High Tatras. Being a country of mountains and castles, Slovakia provides excellent opportunities for the lovers of outdoors as well as cultural travelers. Set right on the border with Austria, Slovakia's capital, Bratislava, drags more and more visitors every year combining great historical value, outstanding food scene and nightlife, as well as its proximity to the mountains. Stay tuned, as we'll soon have tours to this destination.

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Slovakia Vacation Packages

Go on a remarkable adventure to Slovakian historical cities and wild nature. Dozens of mansions, castles, medieval towns, mountains, and caves attract exciting experience seekers. Wondering what to visit in Slovakia? Undoubtedly, the must-visit is the capital, Bratislava. Being the major city in the country, it boasts a lovely Slovakian atmosphere. But that's not everything! Slovakia is an excellent destination for outdoor lovers with its unique nature. Eager to explore more? Book a small group or a private tour to Slovakia with us. Our Slovakia vacations are planned by destinations experts and contain downtown hotels, knowledgeable guides, and smooth logistics. Immerse yourself in the landscapes of fantastic beauty, diverse history, deep traditions, and medieval cities. Scroll down to learn more about Slovakian destination highlights and useful travel tips.

Slovakia Tour Highlights

  • An exciting ferry trip to Bratislava
  • A visit to the Bratislava Castle
  • Discovery of the Grassalkovich Palace
  • the Gothic St. Martin's Cathedral
  • Trip to Oravsky Hrad Castle
  • A visit to the Oravskej Dediny Open-air Museum Tour
  • Exploration of the Demänovská Cave of Liberty Tour
  • Relaxing time in the Rajecké Teplice Spa


Tips for Slovakia Travel

  • There's no strict rule about tipping. You can leave 10% of the total
  • Slovakia provides 230V electricity and plugs with two round pins. You should bring plug adaptors and converters
  • It's always best to withdraw some cash in local currency before your departure. You will need zloty in Poland, and euros in Slovakia and Austria
  • You will be walking quite a bit during your sightseeing tours, so make sure to bring comfortable shoes
  • Learn a few local phrases. Locals will be pleased to hear it
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