Bardejov - Slovak UNESCO heritage is a small town but with but exceptionally complete and well-preserved fortified medieval centre, which typifies the urbanization in this part of Slovakia.
Among other amazing historical sites (square, church, city hall), it also contains a Jewish quarter around a fine 18th-century synagogue.
Slovak wooden churches - part of Carpathian Mountains are great example of different religions within a small territory of central Europe - Slovakia. There are more than 60 wooden churches in Slovakia and the most of them are situated in north-east part of Slovakia. The series of eight UNESCO wooden churches includes Roman Catholic, Protestant and Greek Orthodox churches. The churches were built between the 16th and 18th centuries. The most of them are located in small isolated villages. Wood is the main construction material. The wooden churches represent traditional construction techniques. Interiors of the churches are decorated with wall and ceiling paintings and works of art that enrich the cultural significance of the properties.
Included: Services of private English speaking guide for one day, transport by private car.
Excluded: Meals and drinks, admissions to the sites (estimated cost 10 EUR/ person).
Meeting: Poprad, Tatranska Lomnica, Stary Smokovec, Strbske Pleso.
Slovak Tour Operator - Branch Poprad
Pension Atrium building
Sobotské námestie 25
058 01, Poprad
tel. : 00421 (0)918 320908
email: lenka [at] travelslovakia [dot] sk
tel. : 00421 (0)917 578990
email: barbora [at] travelslovakia [dot] sk
Tatra Mountains Tours is branch of the company TRAVELSLOVAKIA.SK sro incoming tour operator
managing holidays for groups and individual travellers from all over the world.
Tatra Mountains Tours located in Poprad operates short breaks - private day tours around High Tatras Mountains. Our branch is located just below the Tatra Mountains in Poprad town and our guides are aunthentic local people. Although we focus on the individual tourists and small groups, we are also able to provide larger groups with the neccessary arrangements.