The Trnava Region is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions. It was established in 1996, before which date most of its districts were parts of Bratislava Region which was established on the founding of Czechoslovakia in 1923.
Restaurants in Trnava Region
4.5 based on 58 reviews
You should not miss the experience when climbing up to the top of the tower and get the most beautiful view over the old and new city. There is also an exhibit inside that provides some interesting insights into the city history. You should better check the opening hours before to avoid surprises.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
The atmosphere of this cafe was so interesting, I almost decided to stop touring the town and hang out there until it was time to return to Bratislava. I enjoyed it so much I might make the 30 minute train trip back tomorrow just for coffee, which was excellent also. The cafe was open when I arrived at 1:00 contrary to the TA hours info which said it opened at 3:00.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Another beautiful church in Trnavna that it's worth visiting. Make sure you have a camera for pictures. The churches are all a bit run down and that makes them just perfect to travel back in time.
4 based on 107 reviews
The Colonnade Bridge is a bridge over the Vah river in Piestany and it connects the town to the Spa Island. It is the longest covered bridge in Slovakia and a preeminent Functionalist construction with many precious art objects.
This bridge is very beautiful and you should go to the spa area for sure.
The only minus is that there is no life on the bridge. Strangers would appreciate some modern shops with art plus reconstruction of this place.
The view on the city is beautiful. And the swans as well.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Excellent location - at foothills of green Forests of Carpathian Mountains with commanding view of western Slovakia vineyards. Pleasant english style park next to it, great for walks and biking. Castle is in part a hotel , so maybe one can come to be a prince for a day....
4 based on 39 reviews
Was across for the Slovakia v Scotland world cup qualifier, and from looking at photos of the stadium I imagined Trvana to be a lot more bigger and busissier that it turned out to be.... it is actually more of a sleeping large town-small city, yet the football stadium would but most the stadiums in the top leagues of England and Scotland to shame.
Has that modern German stadium feel to it, with all the luxuries added to make it enjoyable for the fans (even has free wi-fi!).
Certainly worth checking out on the ground hoppers circuit.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We went to fantastic recital -part of annual festival in this beautiful church on last night of our Slovakian stay- Daniel Roth was the organist- french pieces incl. his own compositions. What accoustics! What playing!! and only a 5 min walk up the cobbled street to the venue from our hotel.
4 based on 32 reviews
Relatively new park with inside and outside pools, baths and attractions. It is pricefriendly (entrance, not talking about restaurants), clean and looks very good.
5 based on 12 reviews
This park opened in mid-2016 and is a rescue sanctuary for birds and animals that have been saved from abuse (from circuses and other awful living/breeding conditions). The layout of the park is well thought out and paved, which makes it easy for both young and old to visit. All the living areas for the birds and animals are large and clean, and the birds and animals look to be happy and relaxed. There is a broad range of birds and animals living at the park including lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars, pumas, cheetahs, iguanas, zebras, camels, donkeys, sheep, goats, lamas, rabbits, kangaroos, chickens, peacocks, parrots, owls, kookaburras, turtles, monkeys, meerkats, and a cassowary. There is also a shark exhibition in a mobile aquarium with 4 sharks that have been rescued.
The staff were all very friendly. The park and its facilities were all spotlessly clean and tidy. We had lunch in the park's bistro which was good. The entrance fee is only EUR5 per person, and I would have happily paid more!
4 based on 24 reviews
The museum comprises a very complete collection of Soviet military aircraft, anti-aircraft missiles, and armor from the years 1945-1991. Highlights of the collection are MiG-29s (one completely restored that allows a climb up to the cockpit) and variants of T-80s.
Limited explanations and almost nobody speaks any English. Not always open. However, if you are in the area and you are into military history, you should go. (It is a six euro taxi ride from the Piesteny hotel area.)?
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