Slovakia - picturesque small country in the central Europe with beautiful green nature. Modern Slovak Republic was established in 1992 after peaceful split of Czechoslovakia to two independent countries Czech Republic and Slovakia. High mountains on the North as well as green lowlands in the south is homeland of 5 millions of people. On a European scale, Slovakia has reasonable forest resources. Forest accounts for 41 per cent of the total land area of 49,000 km². Slovakia was well known for the healing power of thermal springs and sulphur mud, hydrosulphide thermal water, in various Slovak spas since the 14th century.
Spas in Slovakia, offer medical healing spa stays tailored according to your conditions and needs at reasonable price.
Bratislava is the capital of Slovak Republic with a population of 450,000. It was always a commercial centre for central Europe for centuries . This strategically important place has often played a big role in the history of central Europe. It was the cultural and educational centre of the then Kingdom of Hungary and due to Turks penetration deeper into the Hungary Kingdom, Bratislava was established the Capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. Eleven Kings and eight royal wives were crowned in Bratislava in the years between 1563 and 1830.
Slovakia Medical Tourism Reputation
Slovakia's healing spa reputation is growing as alternative medical destination and currently the country is very popular with Western Europeans and locals, but now her reputation is becomes known to people from the Middle East specially people form the GCC countries as well as from North Americans.
Diagnosis curing in Slovak SPAs are - locomotors disorders, chronic gynecologic diseases, skin conditions, rehabilitation after sporting injuries, respiratory conditions. Check our offer in treatment packages.
The most significant Slovakia's cultural heritage contains typical clothing - embroidered dresses that differs from region to region. Lively folk music and dance are is still popular with among big part of younger generation as hobby. The fujara (Intangible UNESCO heritage) originated in central Slovakia as a large sophisticated folk shelerd's flute of unique design. It is technically a contrabass in the tabor pipe class. It is not just a musical instrument, but also an artefact of great artistic value due to its highly elaborate, individual ornamentation.
UNESCO declared many sites and properties on the World Heritage List
For a small country, Slovakia has an amazing number of castles – 300
WOODEN CHURCHES built without a single nail. This was the law for centuries when non- Roman Catholic churches were forbidden to use materials, such as stone and metal.
Apart from Rome and Vatican City, Bratislava and Vienna are the two closest capital cities in Europe, only 40 miles (64 Km) apart
Slovakia has more than 4.000 caves and caverns under its mountains, but only 12 of them are open for public. UNESCO has bestowed World heritage Site status to Dobsinska Ice Cave (near Slovak paradise).