Slovakia Tour Packages | Upto 50% Off May Mega SALE

Slovakia Packages

Duration Price
Slovakia Winter Adventure Tour Package8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,50,000
Grand Tour of Slovakia 202411 days & 10 nights
INR 1,42,650
Best of Slovakia Tour Package 20244 days & 3 nights
INR 62,000

Thrillophilia offers a wide range of Slovakia tour packages at amazing discounts. You can book a customized vacation package for your friends and family filled with amazing deals. Our packages ensure a fulfilling experience to our customers as they are tailor made according to your preferences. The packages are inclusive of sightseeing, transportation, accomodation and other outdoor activities as per your choices. Since Slovakia houses a variety of historical sites and monuments we also offer guided tours to our customers if they wish to know more about its culture and history. 

Thrillophilia is right at your service to cater all your travel needs, whether you wish to travel with a group or solo. We take care of everything at the budget you decide to give you the most elated and unforgettable travel experience. You can even select the number of days and types of accommodation as per your preference and we will help you get the best deals for it. The Slovakia tour holiday packages comprises sightseeings, hiking trails and exploring the historical monuments. We offer great discounts throughout the year so you can plan your trip all year around. For a memorable travel experience, book the package suitable to your needs and availability with Thrillophilia.

Read More

Our Partners

Slovakia Tour faqs

What are the famous places to see during the Slovakia tour?

1. Bratislava Castle - Bratislava castle is one of the best and most famous places to visit in Slovakia. It is a beautiful and serene Castle located in the small town of Bratislava and was built in the 10th century. This huge building is in the shape of a rectangle and is surrounded by four long towers.
If you are into arts and culture then you should definitely add this place to your Slovakia holiday package. You can also get a panoramic view of the entire city from the top of the castle. This ancient building is also ideal for witnessing sunset with your loved ones as it witnesses one of the best sunsets of the city. 
Location - Bratislava, Slovakia

2. Spis Castle - Located in Zehra, the Spis Castle is one of the largest castles you will ever visit in the entire Europe. It was built in the 12th century and spread over an area of 10 acres. This beautiful castle is located in the eastern region of Slovakia and is famous for its magnificent architecture.
The castle is also part of the world Heritage sites declared by UNESCO since 1993. The architecture of the castle is inspired by Gothic, Renaissance and Romanesque architecture. It is an important economic, social and political center as it has been a part of several kings and families. 
Location - Zehra, Slovakia

3. St Martin’s Cathedral - St Martin’s Cathedral is one of the oldest existing churches in Europe. It was built in the year 1452 and situated on the western border of Bratislava Castle. The castle was inspired by Gothic architecture and is part of the best historical places to visit in Slovakia. It is majorly famous for the coronation of monarchs and Queen Maria Teresa. The roof of the castle is jeweled by a golden crown which adds to the beauty of it. It is one of the most treasured monuments of Slovakia and is part of all Slovakia tour packages. 
Location - Bratislava, Slovakia

4. Slovak Paradise National Park - Located in the eastern parts of Slovakia, the Slovak Paradise National Park is the most treasured National Park of the country. This park was built in the year 1988 and aims to conserve wildlife and natural reserves. It has beautiful lakes, picturesque canyons, a dense forest and tranquil waterfalls that will suit your soul while hiking. You can also explore the forest filled with the rich flora and fauna to attain peacefulness of mind. This national forest is a marvel to nature itself with serene hiking trails and stunning cliffs. 

5. Grassalkovich Palace - Grassalkovich Palace was open in the year 1716 and is the resident of Slovakia‘s president ever since. The palace is famous for its architecture as it reflects authentic European style and is influenced by Baroque architecture. You can also find a French garden in front of the palace which makes it even more attractive for the visitors. If you wish to experience royalty at one place then this Palace serves your purpose. You will find Grassalkovich Palace in every Slovakia holiday package as it is a unique experience to get for the visitors. 
Location - Bratislava, Slovakia
Timings - 8 AM to 3PM (Everyday)

6. Aquaplace Tatralandia - Slovakia has it all as a country as it caters to both history lovers and adventure lovers. You can also indulge yourself in some fun activities at the AquaPark Tatralandia. The waterpark comprises thrilling water slides and rides for people of all ages. There are also several food stalls serving amazing food delegation if you feel hungry. The staff of the amusement Park is very warm and welcoming which leaves a great impression on the tourists.
Location - Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia
Timings - Everyday, 10 AM to 8PM

7. Old Town Hall - The Old town hall is a huge complex comprising a number of buildings. It was built in the 14th century and now houses a famous museum showcasing the same era. The architecture of this place was inspired by different contemporary forms such as Gothic architecture, Gothic revival and Renaissance revival architecture. For all history lovers this is a must visit place on your Slovakia trip as it answers all your questions about their culture and history. 
Location - Stare Mesto, Slovakia
Timings - Everyday, 11 AM to 6PM

8. Devin Castle - A must place to be added to your Slovakia holiday package, Devin Castle is a true marvel of the Slovakian culture and is inspired by Gothic Architecture. It is located in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia and attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world. The castle houses historical and cultural artefacts that will make you travel through time. You can explore the exhibition located on the upper floors of the castle called “Architectural development of Devin Castle” where you can locate various ancient sculptures and paintings between the 11th to 19th century. 
Location -Devin, Slovakia
Timings - Everyday, 10 AM to 12PM, 1 PM to 3:30 PM

9. Bojnice Castle - Bojnice Castle is a fairytale castle where all your dream-like fantasies will come true. It will remind you of the castles you have seen in Disney movies surrounded by lush green trees and cliffs. This place was built in the 12th century and the ambience is filled with liveliness. It has a Gothic revival architecture and the walls of the castle will tell you the story of ancient times. The interiors will leave you awestruck and make you wonder about the craftsmanship of people back in the 12th century.
Location - Bojnice, Slovakia
Timings - Everyday, 10 AM to 3PM

10. Michael’s Gate - Michael’s Gate is part of one of the oldest town buildings and acts as a main entrance to the Old Town city. It has seven floors and houses all types of local and international food stalls. It also has pubs and ladies clubs for locals and tourists who would like to entertain themselves. You can feel a cultural blend in this place because it reflects both rich culture along with vintage touch. The elegant copper roof of the building serves as a symbol of Bratislava. 
Location - Bratislava, Slovakia
Timings - Everyday, 10 AM to 6 PM

What are the best things to do during the Slovakia tour?

1. Try Alpine Skiing - Slovakia is filled with great mountain ranges and snow-covered peaks making it a popular spot for skiing. There are many ski resorts all around the country attracting sports aficionados from all over the world. You can experience a unique sport called uphill skiing where people are supposed to walk up the snow-covered slopes and then slide back down at full speed.
You can try this sport both at Low Tatras and High Tatras mountain ranges which are home to the largest Ski resort in the country called Jasnas. This place is also a popular destination for cross country trails and night skiing. You must definitely include this to your Slovakia holiday package for utmost thrill. 
Location - Tatranska Lomnica, Slovakia

2. Visit Open-Air Museums - There is no better way to learn about a country and its culture than by visiting its museums. Slovakia is home to the largest open air museum in the country with its stunning traditional folk architecture. It comprises 129 buildings - Fire house, a church, a village store and a pub to demonstrate what life was like in rural Slovakia during the 19 century.
Live shows and events are held all year round to entertain visitors and locals. You can also get around the Cicmany village which is famous for its hand-painted log houses dated back to the 16th century. 
Location - Slovak village

3. Satisfy your taste buds - Slovak Cuisine is considered to be one of the best cuisines in the world as it is based on only a few staples. They are mainly made of potatoes, cheese, dairy products and mushrooms. You can get your hands on a variety of potato based dishes like potato dumplings and potato pancakes. If potato sounds boring to you you can also try a different type of mushroom soup and a famous type of grilled dough topped with sugar in walnut mix called Trdelnik which is globally renowned. 

4. Visit National Parks - The Slovak Paradise National park is the most famous national park of Slovakia and is at the top of every Slovakia tour package. It comprises 19 natural reserves, hundreds of canyons and over 300 350 caves within the park. It is spread across 300 km of hiking trails including walkways, ladders and bridges. You can also explore different hiking trails such as Zavojovy waterfall, Preilom Hornadu route where you can experience beauty at its finest. Some of the hiking trails are not for the weak hearted so a tour guide is highly recommended if you wish to endorse any of the trails. 
Location - Spisska Nova Ves

5. Walk in the streets of Bratislava - Bratislava Is a well-known destination among art and history lovers and also a great place for all the foodies exploring Europe. You can get a perfect backdrop to your photographs with its beautiful, vintage street and less crowds. The Rococo palace and the Primate’s Palace are the two most prominent palaces of the city.
Bratislava Castle is the city’s most visited tourist attraction with its beautiful gardens and significant artefacts branched in the museum. Other prominent tourist attractions of the city include the blue Church, the old town Hall and other prominent buildings.
Location - Bratislava 

6. Hike through High Tatras - The High Tatras is a group of massive mountain ranges in northern Slovakia. It is also one of the tallest ranges in Europe and a part of Alpine habitat and over 100 lakes. Located at an elevation of 2655 meters, this mountain is the highest peak in the country and the most favourite one among the hikers as it is easy to climb.
The High Tatras are also famous for their limestone mountains and magnificent alpine lakes. You can have the jaw dropping backdrop to your Instagram profile at this mountain. The most famous hiking trail is the Krivan trail which is picturesque and easier to hop on to. During the winter season, this destination also becomes a skiing spot for tourists and locals.
Location - High Tatras

7. Climb up to Europe’s largest Fortified Castle - The Spis Castle Is the largest Castle complex in the entire Europe and is located on a soft rolling Hill spreading across 41,000 squares meters of land. It is also a UNESCO declared world Heritage site consisting of stone castles and an expansive wall built around the land.
The castle houses and exhibit of torture equipments and artefacts that were once used by the 18th century royalty for their prisoners. You can also find archaeological and ethnographic displays within the castle which has been restored by the government for exhibit purposes.
Location - Zegra, Slovakia
Timings - 10 AM to 9 PM
Fee - 5 Euros

8. Visit Old Mining Town - Banska Stiavnica is a preserved mediaeval town located on an ancient volcano. It was found in the third century BC when people began to mine for silver ore. It became famous by the 15th century due to its silver and gold production. The town also has over hundred kilometres of interconnected tunnels in channels which are now recreated for swimming.
The most renowned place of this town is the Old Town Square which is home to a huge number of mediaeval buildings and museums dated back to the 14th century. Tourists often get helmets and headlamps to explore the open air mining Museum situated in the middle of the town.
Location - Banska Stiavnica

9. Explore Dobsinska Ice Cave - The Dobsinska Ice Cave is a UNESCO declared Heritage site located near the mining town area. The cave is located at an altitude of around 900 meters and is open to the public between May and September. You can only visit the cave with a guided tour and as the temperature drops below 0 degrees and it becomes difficult to navigate through the caves. You will find the Dobsinska Ice caves at the top in every Slovakia holiday package due to its unique experience.
Location - Slovak Paradise area
Price - 9 Euros

What are the best UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Slovakia?

1. Bardejov Town Conservation Reserve - Bardejov is considered as one of the most beautiful towns in Slovakia. Its streets are filled with vintage buildings, medieval town halls, ideal for romantic walks. The main town square, built in the 16th century,  is famous as it is in the shape of a large rectangle.

2. Levo?a
- Levoca is a small town situated in the northeastern region of Slovakia. It is also one of the most valuable and oldest towns in history. This town was declared as a World heritage site by UNESCO in 2009 due to its preserved historic medieval center. Its most prominent tourist attraction is Church of St. James which is also the second largest church in Slovakia. 

3. Spiš Castle
- Spis Castle is the group of largest castle complexes in Slovakia and Central Europe. It was found in the 12th century and is now one of the most visited tourist attractions in the entire Kosice region. A lot of events and performances are organised in this castle the entire year. You can even visit this castle for free on every first Sunday of the month. 

4. Spišské Podhradie
- Located at the foot of Spis castle hill, Spisske Podhradie is a small town with rich history. It is filled with historical monuments that are built on squares. It was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003 and is a must visit on your Slovakia trip.

Which are the best cities to explore in Slovakia?

1. Bratislava - Bratislava is one of the smallest cities in Europe, yet has plenty to offer. Since it is located between the borders of Austria and Hungary you can see the glimpse of culture of both the countries in this town. Old Town or Stare Mesto is the most beautiful corner of this city.

2. Slovak Paradise National Park - Slovak Paradise National Park is part of the prominent 9 national parks of Slovakia national parks. The park is home to lush greenery, catwalks, beautiful bridges, waterfalls and lakes. You can hike through the park and explore the woods on a bright sunny day.

3. Devin Castle - Devin Castle is considered as one of the most iconic locations in Slovakia mostly because of its strategic location. The overlooking cliff view and the castle backdrop makes it ideal for your Instagram profile. This marvel is also included in every Slovakia tour package.

4. Banska Stiavnica - If you are a fan of pasture green hills, pastel-colored buildings and vintage architecture then Banska Stiavnica is the town for you. It is Slovakia’s oldest mining town and one of the most preserved places of the country. You can find the old town charm in this town filled with Renaissance and Gothic buildings. It will feel like you have entered a fairytale on your Slovakia trip here.

What are the best national parks in Slovakia?

1. High Tatras - High Tatras or Vysoke Tatry is located in the northern region of the country along the border of Poland. It is the most famous national park of Slovakia and is included in all the Slovakia tour packages. The mountain range of this national park is stretched to about 53 kilometers and is called the “smallest Alpine mountain range in Europe”.

2. Slovak Paradise
- The best time to visit Slovak Paradise or Slovensky Raj is during the spring season. You can find tranquil waterfalls flowing and most scenic hiking trails in the park. The hiking trails are spread over 300 kilometers where you can also join fellow mountaineers and canyoning group tours. The Dobsinska Ice Cave is one of the most beautiful caves of Slovakia with a year round temperature of 0 degrees or below.

3. Pieniny National Park
- Pieniny National Park is one of the smallest national parks of Slovakia yet is the most visited tourist attraction. You can also find several hiking and mountain biking trails throughout the forest along with streams and hills.

4. Little Fatra National Park
- The Little Faktra National Park or Mala Fatra is one of the best national parks in Slovakia for hiking. The highlight of this national park is the beautiful Velky Rozsutec mountain which is considered as one of the most beautiful mountains of Slovakia.

What is the best time to visit Slovakia?

The ideal time to visit Slovakia is between the months of May to June as the weather is mildly pleasant during this time. The days are warm in May and perfect for sightseeing. 

How to reach Slovakia?

By Air - Bartislava is the major airport of Slovakia, highly connected throughout the world. You can board a Slovakia trip at economical prices from various cities in the world. 

By Train - The most convenient and easy method of getting to Slovakia from Western Europe is via rails. There are several direct and connecting first class and budget train options by which you can get to Slovakia.

By Road - There are several buses commuting to and fro Slovakia on a daily basis. The bus rides are comfortable as well as affordable.

What is Slovakia best known for?

Slovakia is known to have the world’s highest number of chateaux and castles. It has a total of 180 castles and 425 chateaux. Slovakia is geographically not a huge country but has the highest per capita castles. Slovakia also has scenic hiking trails, stunning national parks and hundreds of magnificent caves.

How much does it cost to tour Slovakia?

Slovakia is a rare travel bargain country in Europe as it is really affordable to tour around. You should plan your budget with an average of around 100 Euros a day including travel expenses and meals. 

What's the currency of Slovakia?

Like the rest of European countries, Slovakia also follows Euro as their currency. Earlier they used to have their own currency called “koruna” but they switched to Euro in 2009.

How many days are enough in Slovakia?

Slovakia is not a large country and does not have a lot of tourist attractions. A week is more than enough to explore and wander around the place and you will be able to cover most of the tourist attractions. 

Why Choose Thrillophilia