Trnava

As a city located in the western parts of Slovakia, Trnava lies on the banks of Trnavka River and is distanced by about 47 kilometers from Bratislava. With many churches to its possession, it is also referred to as ‘prava Roma’, and recently as that of ‘Slovak Rome’. The city had permanent settlements even during the Neolithic period, and a market settlement arose at Trnava during the Middle Ages.

Trnava

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As a city located in the western parts of Slovakia, Trnava lies on the banks of Trnavka River and is distanced by about 47 kilometers from Bratislava. With many churches to its possession, it is also referred to as ‘prava Roma’, and recently as that of ‘Slovak Rome’. The city had permanent settlements even during the Neolithic period, and a market settlement arose at Trnava during the Middle Ages.

Trnava was as a significant centre unveiling Gothic religious as well as lay architecture, which began during the Middle Ages, and the churches related to St. Helen’s Church, St. Nicolas’s Church as well as many church monastery complexes, which were raised during the Middle ages are some of the significant attractions here. The town tower that was added to Trnava’s silhouette during the 16th century is another jewel in the crown of Trnava. At the northwestern section of the Old Town stands the old university, as the visitor also can admire the University Church of St. John and the Franciscan Church related to St. James. Apart from the many other churches, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Galleria Jana Koniarka are some of the other attractions found at Trnava.

Piestany, distanced by about 35 kilometers from Trnava is a well-known spa resort, and the warm springs here offer treatment for neuropathy problems. Lake Sinava found near Piestany offers splendid opportunities to enjoy water sporting activities.