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Slovakia Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you through Slovakia, Europe. We’ve got 11 tours going to Slovakia, starting from just 5 days in length, and the longest tour is 8 days. The most popular month to go is December, which has the most number of tour departures.

11 trips through Slovakia with 27 reviews

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  • Stroll through Bratislava and experience the youthful and pulsating vibe of this capital city.
  • Relive the majestic past of the Spis Castle and get an authentic sense of medieval dungeons and armory as you go castle hopping.
  • Hike your way across the Beckov countryside and get an intimate glimpse of beautiful vineyards, lowlands, valleys, quaint villages, canyons and babbling rivers.
  • Watch the sky as it kisses the mountain peaks of the alluring Tatras Mountain range.
  • Indulge in some fun winter-wonderland sporting activities like dog sledging, snowboarding and skiing at Zuberec.
  • Wonder at the marvels of the Demanovska cave formations with its underground springs and spectacular dripstone decorations.
  • Enjoy the distinct impressive flavors of local beer and taste the famed herbal liqueur - Demanovka.
  • Try the delicious ‘brynzove halusky’ or small potato dumplings in a sauce made with sheep’s cheese and topped with bacon.


  • German and English are the most commonly used foreign languages here.
  • When out drinking, remember to clink glasses and say ‘na zdravie’ which means ‘cheers’ in English.
  • Avoid indulging in boorish and noisy behavior between 10 pm and 6 am as it is illegal and may attract police attention.
  • In Slovakia, ham is not considered non-vegetarian and will often be listed under non-meat dishes, so order with care.
  • Avoid tasting brightly colored mushrooms and toadstools when you explore the countryside as these may be poisonous.
  • Do not walk close to the edge of the Tatra mountain cliffs since these are unfenced and covered with limy rock.
  • Many pubs and restaurants will charge two to five crowns to use the toilet so carry enough pocket change.
  • Stay away from discussions about Gypsies (Roma) and Slovak medical myths.

Slovakia Tours & Trips Reviews