Reveal beauty of this UNESCO listed historical town and former capital of silver, which helped to ensure the boom of Czech Kingdom in Gothic times. See places like St. Barbara Cathedral, unique Ossuary at Sedlec, Italian Court, Museum of Silver, Jesuit College, incredible Dacicky House and the old town in general.
Make a stop at this beautiful Neo-Gothic summer palace built and owned by the family of Lichtenstein and widely used for meetings of European aristocracy. See its magnificent interior, perfectly shaped colourful gardens or just relax in giant Chateau Park overlooking the Minaret. It is part of UNESCO since 1996.
Discover the capital of Slovakia, which is very rich in history and walk its old town to see places like the Blue Church of St. Elizabeth, Michael’s Gate - the only remaining of the 14th century town fortification, Primate’s Palace or St. Martin’s Church where coronation of Maria Theresa took its place on June 25th 1741.
Explore the Benedictine Archabbey built in 996 - one of the oldest historical monuments in Hungary and UNESCO world heritage site today. Explore the Basilica, huge Library, Botanical Garden, Baroque Refectory or get a souvenir from their own production like bottle of delicious wine, herbal tea or some of essential oils.
Admire this colossal Basilica, beeing with its 100 metres the tallest building in Hungary and look inside on the altarpiece, where you’ll find the largest painting in the world on a single piece of canvas by Girolamo Grigoletti, depicting the Assumption of Virgin Mary or just walk up the dome for a spectacular view.