The association of the Slovak Royal Towns - boroughs Kežmarok, Stará Ľubovňa, Bardejov and Levoča try to remind the past glory of the Medieval Age and to present it to visitors.
Four former royal towns in the north-east of Slovakia present their history to visitors.
Bardejov, inscribed in the UNESCO List of the World Cultural Heritage, boasts its stone square with a historic town hall in the middle and the Basilica minor of St Egidius on the northern side of the square. The sub Tatra town Kežmarok has charming narrow lanes, a wonderful wooden church and the town castle. Prides of Levoča in turn is the tallest Gothic wooden altar in the world made by Master Pavol and a charming square with romantic burgher houses. Stará Ľubovňaaddresses tourists with majestic stone castle and picturesque village accessible as an open-air museum.
Each of these towns offers many cultural and historic monuments. They are ideal for an active holiday connected with gaining new information in the medieval atmosphere.
Source: Vydavateľstvo DAJAMA