Nestled in Eastern Slovakia, Presov offers a captivating blend of rich history, baroque architecture, and an endearing cultural vibe. As the third-largest city in Slovakia, Presov is an unmissable gem that resonates with timeless charm. Read more

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Presov, positioned on the river Torysa, is one of Slovakia's oldest towns, boasting a history that spans several centuries. Its significance lies not just in its age but in its diverse cultural and religious heritage, influenced by the many ethnic groups that have called it home, including Slovaks, Hungarians, Germans, and Ruthenians.
The city's historical center is adorned with well-preserved renaissance burgher houses, churches, and monuments. One can trace the rich history of the city through its buildings, each representing a chapter of Presov's past. The city also takes pride in its educational and cultural institutions, making it a hub for learning and arts.
Known for its vibrant festivals, thriving arts scene, and bustling cafes, Presov offers an immersive experience into the heart of Slovakian culture.
Presov is a treasure trove for history enthusiasts, culture vultures, and explorers, offering a unique blend of past grandeur and present-day vitality.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Presov

St. Nicholas Cathedral

A beautiful gothic church that stands as a testament to Presov's rich religious heritage.

Wine Cellars of Presov

Dive into the tradition of wine-making, and taste exquisite local wines in historical cellars.

Renaissance Bell Tower

Offering panoramic views of the city, this tower is an iconic part of Presov's skyline.

Salt Mine of Solivar

A historical salt mine, showcasing the city's once-flourishing salt industry. Tours provide a glimpse into the life of miners.

Caraffa Prison

A former prison, now turned museum, which displays the darker aspects of the city's history.

Orthodox Synagogue

Representing the Jewish heritage of the city, this synagogue is a symbol of Presov's multicultural past.

Greek Catholic Bishop's Residence

A beautiful structure showcasing the architectural prowess of the past.

Museum of Ruthenian Culture

Delve deep into the culture of the Ruthenians, one of the ethnic groups of the region.

Saris Gallery

Revel in contemporary art and exhibitions in this modern art space.

Tokaj Wine Region

Located nearby, this region is renowned for its wines, especially the famous Tokaji Aszú.

What else to visit
In and around Presov

Kosice (30.7 km)

Košice, the second largest city in Slovakia, is a place full of history, culture and youthful energy. A beautiful historic centre, rich culture and vibrant life make Košice a city not to be missed.

Spissky Castle (34.7 km)

Rising majestically atop a hill, Spišský Castle commands attention as one of the largest castle complexes in Europe. The castle's sprawling ruins, rich history, and breathtaking panoramic views make it an awe-inspiring symbol of Slovakia's past.

Zdiar (76.29 km)

Embrace the allure of Zdiar, a picturesque village cradled within the majestic Belianske Tatras in Slovakia. A gem of traditional culture and pristine landscapes, Zdiar promises a journey back in time, intertwined with nature's embrace.

Uzgorod (83.67 km)

Located on the western edge of Ukraine, right on the border with Slovakia, Uzhhorod is a fascinating city where cultures and history intertwine. Its diverse character is brought to life by colourful architecture and delicious gastronomy.

Strbske Pleso (86.82 km)

Strbske Pleso invites you to a pristine alpine wonderland nestled in Slovakia's High Tatras mountains. With its shimmering glacial lake and panoramic vistas, it's a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

Kamieniec Castle (92.16 km)

Perched on a rocky promontory overlooking a picturesque landscape, Kamieniec Castle weaves a tale of medieval might, architectural splendor, and legendary tales. This historic stronghold is a testament to Poland's rich heritage and enduring spirit.

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