Kosice Region

The Košice Region in Slovakia consists of 11 districts, as it occupies the southern sectors of eastern Slovakia. Sharing the borders with Ukraine and Hungary, Košice Region encompasses the eastern section of the Slovak Ore Mountains, as the Honrad Basin gets spotted in the northwestern section of the Košice Region. Bigger rivers that run through this region include Slana that gets spotted in the south-west, Bodrog and Uh in the east and Honrad in the western sections as well as in the centre.

Košice Region

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The Košice Region in Slovakia consists of 11 districts, as it occupies the southern sectors of eastern Slovakia. Sharing the borders with Ukraine and Hungary, Košice Region encompasses the eastern section of the Slovak Ore Mountains, as the Honrad Basin gets spotted in the northwestern section of the Košice Region.

Bigger rivers that run through this region include Slana that gets spotted in the south-west, Bodrog and Uh in the east and Honrad in the western sections as well as in the centre.

The Košice Region holds the distinction of being the largest of generators pertaining to exports, as metallurgy occupies the top pedestal of the industrial production. The Košice Region offers plethora of possibilities for the visitors, as the castles of Kosice, Roznava, Spisska Nova Ves and the Krasna Horka Castle are some of the splendiferous castles that draw the attention of visitors.

More choice is in the offing at the Košice Region, as the Slovak Paradise, Betliar Mansion, Spis Castle that falls in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as that of the various caves that are recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage form the cream of attractions at this region. The caves include the Dobsinska Ice Cave, Krasnohorska Cave, Ochtinska Aragonite Cave, Jasovka Cave as well as that of the Domica Cave. The northern portion of Tokaj-Hegyalja wine micro-region is also another attraction unveiled by the Košice Region.