15 Tourist Attractions in Slovakia
There are many tourist attractions in Slovakia and it will take you a lot of time if you don’t plan your visit to these attractions beforehand. So, according to popularity and with the highest feedback rating from travelers all over the world, this Slovakia travel guide has 15 of the most important tourist spots in the country, some of them have a historical meaning. You will surely enjoy walking inside these palaces, theatres and caves. Natural attractions like mountains are on the list, as well.
15. Primate’s Palace – Bratislava
The Primate’s Palace was a gift for Archbishop József Batthyány. It was designed by Architect Melchior Hefele and the construction began in 1778. The palace was completed by 1781 in the Neoclassical motif and style.
The Palace has a historical significance – it was an instrument in concluding the War of the Third Coalition. One of the chambers in the Palace called Hall of Mirrors was the place where the Fourth Peace of Pressburg was signed by Johann I Josef, Ignácz Gyulay and Charles Maurice de Talleyrand. Today, it is the official Mayor’s Building of Bratislava.