If we go from Križovian nad Dudváhom to Vlčkoviec, we will be there in exactly 0 seconds. Yes, these 2 days follow each other smoothly. Vlčkovce, with its very advantageous location, was in the past, but also today a crossroads between the nearby towns of Trnava and Nitra. The R1 expressway passes along the outer edge of the village, to which the village of Vlčkovce is connected by two crossroads.
Many accidental finds and archaeological excavations in the wider vicinity of Vlčkovice prove that the whole area was relatively densely populated in prehistoric times. However, a large part of the establishment of the village was the existence of an old communication artery later called the Czech Way, which has long led in close proximity to today's village. Many settlements were established along the way for practical reasons. At that time, buyers and traders rested in them, repaired damaged wagons and shoeed draft animals. Later, these settlements served as a toll station. In addition to the already mentioned Czech Way, bridges over the Dudváh and Blava rivers played an important role in the creation of Vlčkovce. This is confirmed by the fact that later the bridge became the central coat of arms in the creation of the general coat of arms.
The name of this village, as the name suggests, is according to the local preserved reputation. Wolves were often to roam in large groups near the area, so the locals named the village after these beasts. However, the village often did not change its name, in fact only the names Forkoshyda , Farkashyda , Farkašín and Vlčkovce since 1948 are known, but in the period 1975-1991 it was named Dudváh . Since then, however, we know it again under the old-new name Vlčkovce. The oldest written mention of Vlčkovce is a document from 1231, but many inhabitants are in favor of the second written mention from 1336.