The former coronation city of Hungarian kings invites you on an experiential gastronomic journey through historical eras. You can't take a wrong turn at the famous Central European crossroads of diverse tastes.
Discover the region where award-winning Slovak wines are born. In the past, they were served at the imperial court in Vienna and on the board of the famous Titanic, today you can enjoy them in dozens of wine cellars scattered throughout the region. However, not only winemakers will enjoy themselves in the royal towns of the Small Carpathians Mountains.
Thousands of worldwide visitors travel here every year for the fragrant delicacy that melts on the tongue. We will show you a village dotted with restaurants, located only 25 km from Bratislava, where goose feasts last the whole year. For every gourmet, it will be love beyond Grob!
Aroma. Flavor. Impression. That's how you know a sip of good coffee. Head to an ancient city that has fallen in love with modern coffee culture and everything that goes with it. In the Trnava region, you can also taste a sweet drink that guaranteed beauty and youth to ancient gods.
In the region of Upper Nitra, you can experience refined tastes of high nobility and traditional folk recipes. We will tell you which restaurant regularly hosts representatives of royal families, and also where you can find a 400-year-old farm with a real old-time atmosphere. Come on - what do you manage to cook in an ancient kitchen?
Smoked oštiepok (sheep cheese), cheese threads, and braided korbáčik (sheep braid). Your friends who have been here before will ask for these delicious treats made from sheep's and cow's milk just after you arrive from Slovakia. In Slovakia's mountainous north, however, the coffee aroma from Brazil or the temperament hidden in just a single spoonful of exclusive jam breathes on you.
Central Slovakia, these are royal cities with a rich mining history, diverse natural beauties, and also delicious flavors full of experiences. Do you know how current Kremnica gold is "mined" and what is the secret ingredient of Martin´s lepenec?
Are you attracted to the lively south, warmed by the sun's rays, where aromatic spices are not spared in the kitchen? Head to the restaurant in the baroque Château Bela, where luxury and tradition meet on the plate. In the picturesque village of Belá, not far from Štúrovo, you will feel like you are in the Tuscany countryside with a glass of quality wine.
You cannot leave Slovakia without visiting the High Tatras, even when you are on a gourmet trip. In their foothills, you will find one of the best restaurants, but unforgettable gastronomic experiences will also be served here at 2600 m above sea level. m. And a fancy herbal tea that will more than just warm you up.
From the Tatras, you are just close to the unique region, which stands out not only on the gourmet map with its treasures. Its beauty will also be appreciated by lovers of ancient history and experiences full of action.
There are only five localities in the world where grapes can be grown to produce naturally sweet wine. One of them is the Tokaj region in eastern Slovakia. In the middle of the wonderful scenery of vineyards, tree rows, and fields of the Tokaj wine route, you will lose track of time.