Tours to Slovakia is an opportunity to see a lot of
medieval castles (certainly with the ghosts), take a swim in the healing hot
springs and see the many other natural and architectural attractions. Looking
for a way to decorate your holiday? A bus trip to Slovakia is the perfect
choice for outdoor enthusiasts and those who doesn’t measure life
in years, but in vivid impressions.
During a bus tour of Slovakia, all fans of the Middle Ages will be glad to
visit the Bojnice Castle.The hill of Bojnice town is decorated with a castle
bulding. Bojnice Castle was recognized as one of the oldest objects of
historical heritage of Slovakia - it is more than a thousand years old. It was
first mentioned in the chronicles of the 12th century.
Another monumental Bratislava Castle is a massive rectangular building, that
dominates the capital. It is located on the left bank of the Danube. The guides
describe the Bratislava Castle as a symbol of millennial history of Slovakia.
During the tour of the castle you will discover an inimitable view of
Bratislava and its surroundings, which can be seen from its towers and
When in Bratislava, we recommend to start the tour withthe city's main square. In
the historic center of the city it can be easily seen the way different
architectural styles as Classicism, Baroque and Gothic merge together. It is on
the main square of Bratislava, where trade fairs, concerts and other events are
held and consequently attract lots of tourists.
You can also decorate your bus tour to Slovakia by visiting of the St. Martin
Cathedral. The construction of the cathedral was begun in the early 8th
century, but it was hallowed only in 1452. It is recognized as the largest
cathedral not only in Bratislava, but also in Slovakia.Tourists who have seen it
say that the outside appearance resembles a Viennese cathedral. On the top of
the quadrangular tower of the church there is a helmet of St. Stephen with a golden
crown - a symbol of the coronation cathedral status.
In addition to an abundance of historic attractions, this country is filled
with great natural beauty. There is vast expanse of forest, lots of springs
with mineral waters, and a huge number of amazing caves. So these places make
Slovakia a favorite destination for discerning travelers.
Time: CET (UTC + 1, summer UTC + 2)
Regime of staying: Belarus citizens need a Schengen visa to go to Slovakia.
Tax refund: minimum purchase amount is 175,01 EUR
VAT rate is 20%
Tax is returned only for goods carried in the personal luggage.
The goods for which it is impossible to
get a tax refund:
Tips: in Slovakia the tip is not included in the bill, so you can leave the
waiter 10% of the bill
Medical aid: All medical services, including emergency care, are on a paying
Mobile communication in the country is provided mainly by
• Ambulance - 155,
• Police - 158,
• Fire Brigade - 150
Slovak Embassy in Belarus:
Address: Str. Volodarsky 6, Minsk, Belarus
Phone: +375 17 285-29-99
Embassy of Belarus in Slovakia:
Address: 811 02 Bratislava 1, ul. Yanchova 5.
Tel .: +421 2 6225 0152 (on duty).
Fax: +421 2 6280 2026 (automatic).
Hours: Monday - Friday from 08.00 to 12.30 and from 13.30 to 17.00.