Spiritual past of the region is still present. You can explore it and visit sacral monuments. Many of them are well-preserved; others are restored and accessible not only for the believers.
Religious sites Show on map
BratislavaSt. Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava
BratislavaThe Blue Church
ZáhorieChapel of Scala Santa
ZáhoriePilgrimage Site in Marianka
BratislavaFranciscan Church, Bratislava
Small carpathiansChurch of St. George, Svätý Jur
ZáhorieThe Chapel of Holy Well
6. JUL - 31. AUG
Viva Musica! festival
Viva Musica! Festival was firstly introduced in 2005 and had an ambition to establish a summer festival with high-level experience for all fans of a non-traditional music style. Viva Musica! Festival offers the best of classical music in an attractive way - at untraditional places, situations and is available free of charge for everyone. From June to August the festival features classical music performed by elite national and international artists.
Po stopách horských ľudí
The circuit is about 9 km long and takes about 2.5-3 hours. The terrain is easy, asphalt and forest path. We meet & end in the same place. Meeting point is in front of the hotel Zochova Chata. Parking is for free. The arrival of the bus from Bratislava to Zochova Chata is at 2.30pm. The departure of the bus is at 4.40pm, 5.10pm and 6.20pm and 7.40 pm. The bus journey takes an hour. Refreshments at the Furman's tavern, Huncokár or hotel Zochova Chata.Admission: 8 Eur is to be paid on the spot. Children from 2 to 12 years 2 Eur.Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0903/50 51 52https://www.modratours.com/huncokarsky-okruh/
The event for gun and military machinery collectors and lovers- Slovak Sands will open its gates for the general public at the area VTSU near Plavecky Mikulas. The visitors will be able to experience the performances of the modern shooting technique, historical vehicles parade, fight simulation and contemporary camps demonstration.