Trip from Vienna - International Airport
to Poprad

Trip details

Departure from Vienna - International Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Poprad
13:28h

Trip duration: 268min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Sered Holocaust Museum
Slovakia

75 min

Sered Holocaust Museum is the first and the only museum in Slovakia commemorating the thousands of victims killed during the Holocaust. The museum is opened... on the site of what was once a labor concentration camp in Sered. The memorial today exhibits documents, photographs, and items related to Slovakia’s persecution of Jews. When seeing this items, and especially the real cattle wagon that was used to deport Jews to the Auschwitz concentration camp, visitors are remembered of the horrors that countless victims had to experience in horrendous places such as the Sered labor camp.

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Zvolen Castle
Slovakia

90 min

What’s most interesting about the Zvolen Castle is not its well preserved Gothic architecture inspired by Italian castles, or the Renaissance reconstruction when the external... fortifications and an entrance gate were added. The most significant fact is that this castle is currently the most extensive gallery in Slovakia as it guards a branch of the Slovak National Gallery. It is home to a large collection of old masters from the 13th to the 21th centuries. Visitors can admire a true wealth of artistic types, themes and styles that combines classic art, with an emphasis on iconography and Gothic art, with contemporary works.

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Hronsek Wooden Church
Slovakia

75 min

This beautiful Evangelist wooden church was built in the early 18th century. In the period between 16th to 18th century more than 300 wooden churches... were built in Slovakia. But, due to the Habsburg authorities who wanted to reduce the number of Protestant churches, only 5 of these churches remained to this day. According to the law of that time, only 2 churches were allowed to be built per one region and thus those churches had to be very large to accommodate many worshipers. There were also very rigorous construction requirements for these churches but Hronsek Wooden Church is unique because of the evident Scandinavian architectural influences and it is unknown how or why these elements came to be incorporated into the structure.

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Bratislava
Slovakia

135 min

Let yourself go and drift along the pulsating streets of Bratislava. The capital of the Slovak Republic and its political, cultural and economic center is... home to several universities, museums, theaters, galleries, concert halls, cinemas and many diverse restaurants. For its baroque and Gothic palaces, plazas and museums scattered in the Old Town, Bratislava is often called a “Mini-Vienna on the Danube”. Fortunately, Bratislava is a rather compact city and a great part of city’s sightseeing can be done in a one day visit.

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Parndorf Outlet
Austria

135 min

Just 30 minutes from Vienna and Bratislava, Parndorf Outlet is an ideal option to renew your fashion outfits at reasonable prices. The outlet features some... of the world’s most iconic brands like Gucci, Prada and Armani, sport labels like Nike and Adidas, and high-street favorites, like Guess, Diesel and Desigual. Furthermore, there are great food selections, live music, golf weekends as well as children's play area with professional caretakers. Enjoy the exclusive shopping at discounted prices.

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Bystrianska Cave
Slovakia

75 min

Bystrianska Cave is a limestone cave with a total length of 3,000 meters. Although the tour includes some 545 meters and it lasts approximately 45... minutes, visitors still get to admire a great diversity of underground decoration and several abysses, ranging in depth from 15-20 meters, as well as an abyss named “Hell,” for its depth of nearly 60 meters. It was discovered in 1923 and declared as protected natural monument in 1973.