The town of Bardejov – historically and culturally rich town considered to be one of the most beautiful towns of Slovakia. Since 2000 it is a part of the list - World Cultural and Natural Heritage UNESCO.
Visit the pearl of the Tatras which hides many sights. In Kežmarok you can find a wooden articular church under the protection of UNESCO, one of the five unimpaired churches of its kind in the central Europe and do not forget to visit the evangelical seminary with a unique collection of books.
Visit the historic treasure of Slovakia, the diamond on Spiš crown, Levoča. Levoča attracts you especially by the carvings of Master Pavol, the tallest wooden altar in the world, ancient streets and by the peace and silence of the churches.
The town represents council monument reservation with the picturesque historical square surrounded by the renaissance houses. In Podolínec you will find national culture monument - parish church, well-preserved town walls dated back to the 13th century, the house number 15, which is originally a Gothic construction from the 15th century.
If you are attracted to history in connection with nature, do not forget visit an administrative, economic, and cultural centre of the region below Tatras - Poprad town. Poprad town offers civic part Spišská Sobota announced a Town Monument Reservation and many historical jewels.
Prešov is the third most populous town of Slovakia. It is a metropolis of the distinctive Šariš region. The town is famous for being a historical center of culture and education - also called Athens above Torysa in the past.
The town of Sabinov enrolled into the memory of the world filmmaking thanks to the movie Obchod na Korze. The movie starring Jozef Kroner was the first Czechoslovak movie which was awarded the golden Oscar.
“Slovak Vatican” – an ancient religious town from where the whole religious life in Slovakia was organized. Spišská Kapitula lures you with its unique atmosphere or with a beautiful St. Martin´s Cathedral.
Discover the history of the former medieval city. Spišská Nová Ves offers you the longest and the most unique lentil-shaped square in Europe, the highest church tower in Slovakia, the smallest and youngest ZOO in Slovakia.
In 1950, Spišská Sobota was declared an urban conservation area thanks to its intact medieval urban character. The oldest written record of this tourist jewel of Spiš occurs in the same document as in the case of Poprad, i.e. the one of year 1256.
Cultural historical attractions and natural beauty are the advantages of this region under the High Tatras. It is a much-sought location for tourism and recreation by our as well as foreign visitors thanks to the natural scenery and hospitality of Ždiar inhabitants.