Nitra Region

As one among the eight administrative regions found in Slovakia, the Nitra Region that boasts of a significant historical past is found in the southwestern regions of Slovakia. The sub-units of this region come in the form of Danubian Flat found in the south-west and the Danubian Hills found in the east, north and centre of this region. Nitra Region regions comprises of 7 districts as well as 15 towns.

Nitra Region

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As one among the eight administrative regions found in Slovakia, the Nitra Region that boasts of a significant historical past is found in the southwestern regions of Slovakia. The sub-units of this region come in the form of Danubian Flat found in the south-west and the Danubian Hills found in the east, north and centre of this region. Nitra Region regions comprises of 7 districts as well as 15 towns.

Nitra Region is also one of the prime agricultural centers of Slovakia, and the Nitra settlement dates back to the prehistoric times. Some of the main rivers that pass through this region include the Danube, Vah, Nitra, Ipel and Hron, as it opens up windows of opportunities for the visitors to explore the scientific centers, the Slovak Agricultural Museum, the Agrocomplex and many villages that unveil their own attractions to delight the tourists.

The strategic importance related to the Nitra Region had been the prime reason for settlements and fortresses to find a place in this region, and the significant landmark of this region takes the form of a castle, as the other attractions unveiled by the Nitra Region includes the Mojmirovce Manor that is surrounded by a lush and protected park. There are other opportunities at this region, with the natural reserve of Lupka lying near the village of Drazovce serving to be yet another jewel in the crown of Nitra Region. The ruins pertaining to Gymes Castle and the Polny Kesov Thermal Pool serve as other alluring destinations at the Nitra Region.