13 Best Slovakia Travel Guides

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Slovakia Travel Guides in 2020


Slovakia: The Bradt Travel Guide

Slovakia: The Bradt Travel Guide
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
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Lonely Planet Eastern Europe (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet Eastern Europe (Travel Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Rick Steves Eastern Europe

Rick Steves Eastern Europe
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Czech and Slovak Republics

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Czech and Slovak Republics
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Slovakia - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture

Slovakia - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Slovakia: Walking Through Centuries of Cities and Towns

Slovakia: Walking Through Centuries of Cities and Towns
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Lonely Planet Czech & Slovak Republics (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet Czech & Slovak Republics (Travel Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
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Bratislava (Bradt Travel Guides)

Bratislava (Bradt Travel Guides)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020

Walking In The High Tatras: Including the Western Tatras and White Tatras

Walking In The High Tatras: Including the Western Tatras and White Tatras
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
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Slovakia (National Geographic Adventure Map)

Slovakia (National Geographic Adventure Map)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Lonely Planet Central Europe (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet Central Europe (Travel Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
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Lonely Planet Eastern Europe (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet Eastern Europe (Travel Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
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Bratislava, Slovakia Travel Guide - Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights (Illustrated)

Bratislava, Slovakia Travel Guide - Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights (Illustrated)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

Vienna's Best Travel Attractions Guide

Here is a tourist information travel guide to the best city attractions Vienna has to offer. Most travel tips are free and if not cost just a cup of coffee and are great way to spend a fantastic day in Vienna.

The Stephansdom (St. Stephen's Cathedral) is situated in the heart of the oldest district in Vienna. The Gothic cathedral was first built in 1147 AD and has been renovated and extended many times, surviving many wars and sacking to remain an iconic feature of the city of Vienna. It has recently been cleaned and many of the historical features lost over the build up of grime have now been revealed again for the first time. In 1782 Mozart's wedding took place there and in December 1791 his funeral. On the front of the building is carved an "O5" which was a covert sign of resistance to the Nazi annexation of Austria. The interior is crammed with fantastic artworks to see and the Church is open to the public daily.

The Graben is a paved shopping street running through the middle of the first district of Vienna. With one end of the street finishing at the plaza of St Stephens Dom cathedral, it has since the mid 1700's, been the Viennas premiere street to promenade. An imposing gold and marble baroque statue sits halfway along the street. This statue is named the Pestsäule and was constructed by Emperor Leopold I following the Great Plague of Vienna. With many designer shops and boutiques it is one of the oldest shopping streets in the city. At Christmas time it has a stunning display of Christmas lights hung through the street.

Schonbrunn Gardens, Schonbrunn Palace. The Place was built as the summer residence of the Viennese aristocracy and is now a museum. You can pay to do a tour of the stunning palace, but the incredible gardens surrounding the palace are open to the public for free. There are beautiful rose gardens, formal clipped gardens, romantic neo classical garden follies and forests all to be discovered and enjoyed. The Gloriett is a stunning summerhouse up on the hill behind the palace. Now converted to a coffee house, for the price of a cup of coffee you can enjoy its regal surrounding and a stunning view of the city of Vienna.

The Prater. The Prater is a park which runs for 20 km from the second district of Vienna to the Danube River. It was once the private city hunting forest of the ruling Hapsburg family of Austria but was given back to the people as a public park a hundred years ago. Tt the city end there is an historic fun park with the famous Farris Wheel being one of the oldest in Europe. There are lots of fun park rides including old scary ghost trains from the 1970's up to more modern pirate boat rides. The park contains lots of restaurants and cafes as well as areas of flower beds, ponds, sports fields, lakes and wild forest. You cannot drive a car into the Prater but you can cycle, run, walk or take a horse drawn carriage. There are also a couple of trams and buses that have stops in the Prater. The Prater is the place where apartment dwelling Viennese come to get some exercise, enjoy nature and breath forest fresh air. On the weekends you will see every kind of resident promenading in the park.

The Viennese coffee house is a great tradition in Vienna. Many of the old coffeehouses possess a slightly faded charm with soaring ornate plaster ceilings, velvet curtains, dark stained wood, antique brass and glass chandeliers and a more traditional approach to service. As a visitor you are encouraged to linger over you coffee, read a huge selection of newspapers, people watch or gossip. You will find all styles of coffee house in Vienna from the very upmarket Café Central to the more faded Café Sperl and the stunning 1950's styled Café Pruckle. For the price of a coffee you can linger and enjoy watching Viennese life pass by.

These travel tips for your holiday in Veinna are all attractions that you can enjoy on a tight budget. As a tourist there are many holiday attractions in Vienna that cost very little but leave lasting memories. These five are a good place to start your memorable holiday.

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