Bratislava, the capital with its beautiful historic center, Bratislava Castle and several churches and museums. Slovakia features a record-high number of castles and chateaux. Some of them are little more than a pile of stones hidden in a deep forest, others are luxurious baroque mansions or citadels in the middle of towns. Especially worthwhile for tourists are the Spiš Castle, reported to be the largest castle in Central Europe, the Bojnice Castle built in the 19th century in a pseudo-romanesque style, and Devín Castle, an ancient archeological site and a sacred place for all Slavs. Vlkolínec, a hamlet high in the mountains, where time stopped in the 19th century. Countless wooden churches in northern and north-eastern Slovakia. Medieval mining towns of Kremnica and Banská Štiavnica. Ochtinska aragonite cave - truly unique and one of the few such caves open to the public in the world, aragonite is a needle-like crystal that forms flower-like patterns on the walls. Slovak Paradise National Park - smaller mountain range famous beautiful canyons and ravines with many waterfalls and rocky formations created by the streams you can hike along. High Tatras - a mountain range featuring a variety of terrain and beautiful vistas offers great opportunities for hiking and winter sports.