1.布拉提斯拉瓦城堡 (Bratislavaský Hrad)
開放時間：五月至九月/星期二至星期天 10:00am – 6:00pm
十月至四月/星期二至星期天 9:00am – 5:00pm
A considerable part of Slovak natural heritage is protected within nine national parks where you can admire the beauty of nature untouched by human hand and mountainous regions that have something to offer visitors both summer and winter.
Some of Slovakia's most famous natural beauty lies in the karst regions of limestone canyons and caves, which cover some 1158 square miles. Best known are the Slovak Karst, the ‘ice cave' and the Aragonite Cave in Ochtina, all UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Slovakia is also rich in cultural and historical heritage; the old mining town of Banska Stiavnica, with its numerous beautiful monuments or the dramatic Spis Castle, the largest medieval castle and grounds in Central Europe. Or there's the folk architecture preserve of Vlkolinec, and the 14th-century town of Bardejov with its castle complex and Gothic and Renaissance houses.