Uncover the hidden charms and natural beauty of Presov Region holidays and enjoy all the attractions and entertainment options they have to offer. The Presov Region is located in the north eastern part of Slovakia and is a land of gently rolling hills. The Presov Region is in close proximity to Poland and Ukraine, which explains its population’s high percentage of immigrants. You’ll see many monuments in this region, some of which date back to the Renaissance era. Presov has an indisputably fascinating past, which you can hear about if you take a guided tour of some of the ancient heritage sites that are preserved in this area.
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There are many interesting historical sights you should visit whilst renting Presov Region accommodation, start off your historical tour by visiting the church of St. Nicholas, dating back to the 14th century and boasting a lovely bell tower constructed in Gothic style. If you think this is impressive, wait till you see the wonderful Klobušický and Rákózci Palaces. The latter conceals a beautiful museum on its grounds. As you walk past the ancient buildings in the historic part of town you can’t help but notice the beautiful and imposing 18th century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.
Visit the stunning opal mines whilst staying in your Presov Region Holiday Rentals
After you’ve spent time wandering around the streets of Presov, take a trip to the neighboring town of Dubník that lies close to Presov. It’s here that you’ll get to experience the wonderful famed opal mines. The opals that are mined here are of great value in the global market. The largest opal ever found was discovered here in Dubník, weighing 594 gm and is now on display at a museum in Vienna. For museum enthusiasts, and those interested in learning more about Ruthenian culture, why not take a trip to the museum of Ruthenian culture whilst staying in your Presov Region apartments on your Presov holidays. Alternatively, the Wine Museum in Presov is also a treat. It has a collection of nearly 2000 wines imported from various parts of the world. You’ll learn about wine making technology and see some rare and fascinating 3D exhibits. Aside from the museums and other local attractions, there are lovely spas, thermal baths, ski resorts and aqua parks here in Slovakia. Regardless of when you visit, there’s always something for you to do and see all through the year.
Some more undiscovered holiday gems off the beaten tourist track are:
Discover a picturesque Mallorcan town boasting pristine beaches, fine restaurants and crystal waters, with Port Soller Villa Rentals
Visit the beautiful Basque city of Vitoria-Gasteiz with Álava Apartments
Enjoy the snowy and captivating winter wonderland snowy landscape near your Selonnet Ski Chalets
- Take a trip to Genoa Apartments Rentals and visit the beautiful old historic centre of town and iconic main lighthouse for the city port, one of the oldest standing structures of its kind in the world and the second tallest traditional lighthouse in the world, standing at 117 metres tall