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As one of the largest castles in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Spis Castle in the Kosice region of Slovakia definitely seemed worth a visit while we were so close. As ever, the August temperatures dictated we would have to get there early and so we headed off to spend an enjoyable morning exploring the impressive medieval fortress and admiring the views from its vantage point. The castle is used… Read More

In east Slovakia lies a little piece of heaven known as Paradise National Park. We stayed at a campsite within the park that gave us immediate access to all the trails and gorges the park has to offer. We were really looking forward to doing some hiking here. The staff at the information centre spoke impressive English and were fantastic in helping us. A big attraction of the Paradise National Park is… Read More

Leaving Bratislava behind on a deserted motorway we headed east into Slovakia. We didn’t really know what to expect from this country and we were surprised by both familiar and unfamiliar sights along the way. As the city gave way to countryside the flat landscape of arable farmland could easily have been Lincolnshire or Oxfordshire or pretty much anywhere in the UK. The familiarity continued when we passed through a town and… Read More

Only an hours drive from Vienna and we were in Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. This time our access to the city was better than ever as we parked just a stones throw from the centre on the bank of the River Danube in a large free car park among the company of other vans and motorhomes. The compact city centre is a combination of old meets new, the skyline dominated… Read More