What's new in Trnava and its surroundings
What to see...
In Trnava and its surroundings both the admirers of historical sights and nature lovers will get their own way...
Smolenice town is an important tourism centre in the northern part of the Little Carpathians and a weekend relaxation location...More informations
Church of St. John the Baptist
The biggest and most splendid church in Trnava is the two-towered Church of St. John the Baptist, the first building...More informations
Parish Church of St. Nicolas
Since the beginning of the town of Trnava, the parish church of St. Nicolas has represented the main town temple....More informations
For several centuries, the lives and future of Trnava citizens depended on the town’s fortifications. Thanks to its four features...More informations
Traditional Trnava Fair
Tradičný trnavský jarmok (Traditional Trnava Fair) is one of the most favourite and well- known events in Trnava. It is...More informations
Medieval Times at the Town Walls
Medieval Times at the Town Walls is inseparable part of Traditional Trnava Fair. In the first half of September these...More informations
The Church and Monastery of St.Catherine in Dechtice
The village of Dechtice lies in the south-east from the root of the Little Carpathians, around 20 km from Trnava....More informations
The Driny Cave is the only cave in the Little Carpathians open to the public. It is located in the...More informations
The Renaissance Town Tower
The Renaissance Town Tower is situated in the heart of Trnava. It became a symbol of prestige and prosperity of...More informations
The greatest wine festival in Trnava is Víno Tirnavia wine competitive exhibition, which is annually held in spring. Since 2003,...More informations
Find accommodation exactly according to your needs. From a tent up to a luxurious hotel...
The taste of Trnava
You'd like to have a good lunch, dinner or just feel like having a great coffee? Trnava will definitely not disappoint you, just make your choice.