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With a rental car the best way to discover the Slovakia in Central Europe, without being dependent on other forms of transport offers. The Slovakia was formed from the Division of Czechoslovakia in 1993 and is bordered by the countries Ukraine, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Austria. Since 2004, the Slovakia is a member of the European Union and become since then a popular vacation and tourist destination for tourists from other European countries and of course all over the world. The Slovakia has to currently just under 5.5 million inhabitants, of which about 427.000 in the Slovak capital of Bratislava live. When you choose for a sightseeing tour with a hire car, numerous car hire agencies available are available in all major cities.

Landscape in the Slovakia

The North and the center of the Slovakia are characterized by a wide mountainous region with numerous small mountain ranges. In particular the Carpathian Mountains occupy much of the landscape. Almost one-third of the massive mountain arch located on Slovakian soil. This divides up into the smaller mountains Tatry, Low Tatras, Malá Fatra and many more. The highest point is characterized by the Gerlach with a height of around 2655 meters. The Highlands are covered for the most part. In the South of the Slovakia stretches back to the plain, where one can speak of flat land in the southwest of the capital Bratislava.

Attractions in the Slovakia

UNESCO over the years to the world heritage said a total of seven major Slovak sites. Five of these belong to a world heritage site, while the other two are in the area of the natural world heritage site. This includes among other things, a small farming village called Vlkolínec. The village is situated on the edge of the high Fatra, directly at the foot of Sidorovo and offers visitors, who have found their way in the small mountain village, a world in which time seems to stand still. Translated into German, the name means something like Wolf village. The name tells something about the former work of the people, which they denied their lives in the mountains. Throughout the year they set up Wolfsfallen in the environment and ensure that they were not damaged. Among other things the wooden churches in the Carpathians, the Centre of Bardejov, and the beech urwälder in the Carpathians are still worth seeing. With a car, you can here great excursions and get to know the country of his special page.

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