The region of Presov offers historically fascinating architecture such as medieval castles as well as dramatic and diverse natural surroundings. The Slovak region of Presov has an area of almost 9000 square kilometres and is situated in the north east of Slovakia with a border to Poland, where you also can book lovely apartments, for example in Masuria or in Lower Silesia. Even though hills and highlands mostly cover the region, Presov exhibits a wide range of different natural features and is one of the most diverse landscapes in Slovakia. The region's population density falls below the country's average and the majority of inhabitants are Slovakian. The industries of electrical and mechanical engineering as well as the clothing industry support the region's economy. Presov is also home to the mighty Tatra mountain range, which forms a natural border between Slovakia and Poland.
Spis Castle, or Spissky Hrad, is an impressive medieval ruin. At almost 41 and a half thousand square meters, Spis Castle is the largest castle in Central Europe. The castle also has a small museum, chapel and café. It was awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Spectacular views of the town of Spisské Podhradie and the village Zehra can be enjoyed from the castle. From here it is possible to hire holiday rentals Presov, but most tourists seem to find holiday lettings Presov in the town of Levoča.The area of the Western and Eastern Tatras is protected by Slovakia's first national park, Tatra National Park. One of nine national parks, this wilderness area covers an area of over 1000 square kilometres. The Tatra National Park has 16 marked mountain biking trails and about 600 kilometres of hiking trails. The park is an important sanctuary for a diverse fauna and flora, many of which are endemic, such as the Tatra chamois. Holiday rentals Presov can be found on the mountain in the form of holiday lettings Presov. Chalets are also available in the surrounding area.
The castle of Ľubovňa rises over the city of Stará Ľubovňa from an overlooking hill. The castle is open to visitors and houses a museum documenting its history. Views of the surrounding city and area are magnificent from the recently reconstructed castle tower. Adjacent to the castle stands an open-air museum. Ľubovňansky skanzen, along with many other houses and buildings, showcasing the folk architecture of this region. A wooden Greek-Catholic church is just one of its intriguing exhibits, built in 1833. In the city you will find great places to get a bite to eat as well as holiday lettings Presov and holiday rentals. Presov's rich mix of beautiful natural wonders, fascinating wildlife and interesting history, culture and architecture make for a great holiday.
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