St. John the Baptist Cathedral is one of the most significant historic monuments of Trnava, western Slovakia.
Mansion in Dolná Krupá was built by a wealthy Brunsik family with added English-style park and many smaller housing objects.
The tower was built in 1574 and served as a lookout tower to protect the city.
St. Nicolas Basilica was built in the 14th century on a place of important trade roads that crossed in Trnava and that might be the reason…
Driny Cave is an only larger cave available to the public in western Slovakia.
Záruby is the highest hill of the Little Carpathians. It is located at an altitude of 768 m, near the village of Smolenice.