Komarno accommodation – Explore this old town situated along the Danube
Komarno accommodation is set in one of the oldest towns in Slovakia and is situated in the Nitra Region. Being the southern-most city in Slovakia, it lies at the confluence of the river's Danube and Váh. The town is a cross-border community with the Hungarian village of Komarom on the other side of the river and can be reached by crossing the bridge over the Danube River. Because of the heavy Hungarian influence and the Hungarian minority that live here, it's easy to think that you're actually in Hungary while staying in Komarno holiday apartments because normal conversation is in Hungarian and the local restaurants have Hungarian dishes on offer.
There are many things to see in the town which are close to Komarno holiday apartments, including admiring the views over the River Danube. The centre, which is easily located by the towers of the baroque church is where most of the sightseeing can be done. Zichy Palace is a dominant feature of the town and one part of it now serves as the museum of Danubeland. Another popular sight to visit is the town hall with it's Neo-Renaissance architecture but a popular choice for visitors staying in Komarno accommodation is to visit the popular thermal spring pools where you can enjoy a warm swim in temperatures of 37 degrees Celsius.
With Komarno accommodation being situated right next to the Danube, it gives active visitors the possibility to explore Germany, Slovakia and Hungary. The famous international Danube bike route runs from Passau in Germany and goes as far as Budapest in Hungary so you can explore a variety of countries and landscapes and the adventure starts at Komarno holiday apartments.