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Have you always wanted to drive a race car? Well, now you have the chance! Become a racer for a while and try how a professional feels on the racing circuit. We offer you a unique opportunity to drive a Honda Accord TYPE R on a real race ring – Slovakiaring, where European championships are held. Slovakiaring is the biggest and most popular track in Slovakia. Honda Accord TYPE R is the best of it’s class, with maximum speed of 250 km/h. You can drive the car yourself, or an experienced instructor can drive it for you and you can just enjoy the speed. Either way, you will get an experience you will never forget!
Enjoy one day with shopping in the new Fashion Outlet and relaxing in aquathermal park Senec with its 28 °C – 38 °C “borehole” water in 6 different pools, slides and tobogans. ONE Fashion Outlet is a place where world … Read More
When you first see the alpine, snow-strewn High Tatras jutting out of the valley floor north of Poprad, you may do a double take. This isn’t Switzerland after all. But Gerlachovský štít (2654m) is the highest peak in the entire … Read More
While in Bratislava, don’t miss the opportunity to visit another European capital, the beautiful city of Vienna in Austria. On this day trip, you will visit its main sites, such as the impressive Sisi’ Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephens’s Cathedral, Hofburg … Read More
The Bojnice castle belongs to the most beautiful architectonic treasures of Slovakia. The romantic castle and its surroundings were rebuilt in renaissance and baroque style and finally by Neo-Gothic style. Count Jan Palfi, who is buried in a sarcophagus of … Read More
A very popular sightseeing tour driving trough the historic viticultural towns of the Small Carpathian wine region, also known as the Small Carpathian Wine Route. You will participate in the wine tasting in the historic wine cellar where you will sample delicious local wines. We will take you to the colorful villages and small towns of, Pezinok, and Modra, which lie in the foothills of the Small Carpathian Mountains, where the most famous producers of top-class Slovak wines have served locals and kings for centuries. The highlight is a visit to Červený kameň (Red Stone) Castle, one of Slovakia’s most beautiful castles with largest wine cellars in central Europe.