Online booking

Book a stay

Places to visit


Where Smolenice castle is standing today, at the foot of the Small Carpathian mountains, there was once a medieval castle. It was built in the 14th century, as one of the last guard castles at the Carpathian pass.

At the end of the 18th century, the castle was desolated and at the beginning of the 19th century, it was burned down, leaving only ruins.

At the beginning of the 20th century, its last owners Pálfiovci started to build the present Smolenice Castle on the previous castle ruins and was completed after 1945. Nowadays the castle is under the administration of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, which offers sightseeing tours of the castle to the public during the summer months.

City tower

Trinity Square with its strong Renaissance roots was built as an observatory in 1574. City…

Sculpture of The Holy Trinity

This impressive baroque ensemble was created by Ján Krištof Khien in 1695. The statues of…

Basilica of st. Nicolaus

The Basilica is one of the most characteristic features of Trnava and was built between…

Cathedral of st. Ján krstiteľ

The first early-Baroque building in Slovakia is one of the most beautiful ones in Europe.…

Driny Cave

Driny cave is a small cave in the Small Carpathian mountains. It is located about…

Červený Kameň

The Red Stone Castle was first mentioned in 1240. In the 16th century, the new…