We will definitely convince you that natural beauties combine with unique and rare medieval monuments in this article, where we will imagine the most interesting places that every true Slovak should see.
First we will imagine medieval monuments, then we will pull the skeleton a bit because we will go to see more active tourist places where you will become part of forests, parks and get to know many animals and plants that you will rarely find. Next, we will show hotels, guesthouses and cottages, where you can relax after a long day full of exploring these picturesque places. Of course, we will not forget your stomach either. There is nothing better than eating something tasty and high quality in the fresh air after a day out.
The town of Kežmarok was established in the 13th century by merging three settlements - a Slovak fishing village, a royal border guard settlement and a German settlement. However, the city was inhabited as early as the Stone Age. There are many cultural monuments in Kežmarok. It is one of the cities with a famous history. Its historic core has been declared a city monument reserve. The European Folk Crafts Festival is held here every year.
An incredible number of historical monuments concentrated in such a small space offers intense all-day enjoyment.