Best of Slovakia Tour in 4 Days

See the best of Slovakia in just 4 days.

4 Days
Private tour

What is included in this tour?

  • 3x accommodation in 3* hotels
  • 3x breakfast
  • Transfer to and from Vienna or Bratislava Airport on the first and the last day
  • Transfers within the trip
  • Sightseeing entry tickets (castles, museums, churches)
  • Guiding by professional English speaking guide
  • Lunches and Dinners (a main dish costs 6-7 € on average)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Transfers from and to other places than Vienna and Bratislava


Tour Plan

Day 1


We will meet and start the day in the capital city – Bratislava. After guided walking tour through the most beautiful part – the Old Town, we will set off to the first UNESCO site on our tour – a small medieval town. I´m talking about Banská Štiavnica. Once it was a very rich town due to its mining history and was built in beautiful location. Today you´ll learn something about it.

After a lunch break and walk through the town, we will drive further to the town Banska Bystrica, where you are going to spend the night.

Day 2


Another colorful UNESCO site today. Colorful? Yes, the traditional village Vlkolínec is full of old houses painted with various colors. Besides, it´s the best preserved village within the Carpathian Arch.

In the afternoon we will visit probably the best preserved castle of Slovakia – The Orava castle, built above the river on a massive rocky cliff.

On the way to the High Tatras, we will make a short stop by a wooden church, which is one of the biggest in the Central Europe.

Day 3


Today you will have a chance to explore the High Tatras, the most famous mountains of Slovakia. We will take you for a walk around the famous Štrbske lake and ascend to the mountains with a cable car, to show you some magnificent views.

Of course your wishes will be taken into consideration and the program may be adjusted.

Day 4


Today we are going to visit places, which are all listed in UNESCO. At first we will visit the biggest medieval castle of Slovakia. You will realize how big it actually is, when we walk up higher to the watch tower and you will have the best view at the whole complex.

We will also visit a medieval town Levoča (part of UNESCO as well), which was home to a famous woodcarver – Master Paul. Master Paul carved a wooden altar, which you can see in the St. Jacob Church. The wooden altar is the tallest of its kind in the world.

Transfer back to Bratislava or other place upon agreement

Quality of accommodation

3* Hotel

4* Hotel

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