Discover the best top things to do in Presov, Slovakia including Saint Nicholas Concathedral, Orthodox Synagogue and Museum, Presov, National Park Poloniny, RAkocziho Palace, Alexander Nevski Orthodox Cathedral, Slovak Technical Museum - NKP Solivar in Presov, Wooden Church of St Francis of Assisi (Dreveny Kostol sv. Frantiska z Assisi), Preskov city hall, Calvary.
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4.5 based on 17 reviews
We visited the church on Christmas Eve for midnight mass. There was handful people in the church and many of them stayed outside as it was totally full inside. The altar was quite special.
There are also churches for Orthodox in the city for those have old faith.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
In the Jewish religious community in Presov, visitors can see not only the Synagogue itself, but also a permanent exhibition Bárkányho collection of Judaica, which is located on the first floor and administrative point of Slovak National Museum, Department of Jewish Culture in Bratislava. The collection also contains articles of original contemporary Jewish Museum, which was founded in Presov in 1928. I love this place.
5 based on 6 reviews
This national park is especially famous for the dark sky observations. We went there in the early night and spent several hours looking at the stars, it was truly amazing experience. Must do for city people who don't get a chance to see such sight due to high light pollution. Definitely recommend a trip when you're around.
4 based on 8 reviews
5 based on 3 reviews
Arrived here at 3:30pm in the afternoon and were the only two people there. Nothing was too much trouble for them showing us around all the fantastic buildings. Very interesting tour . Many thanks. Will be definitely visiting here again
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This church is the oldest of the wooden churches in Slovakia and it is well worth visiting if you are in the Bardejov area as it is just a short car journey. Please make sure you BOOK before visiting! Otherwise you will not be able to get inside. There is a telephone number on the notice board of the church as well, but I would definitely recommend booking before you set out. The guide is very friendly, incredibly knowledgeable and speaks English. She talked us through the frescoes.and it made the visit that much more engaging.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Edificio storiico che si trova nella piazza centrale e che è considerato uno dei palazzi più belli della città. Effettivamente ha attirato la nostra attenzione, sia per la struttura che per alcuni particolari come la porta ad arco e la scultura che si trova proprio di fronte.
5 based on 1 reviews
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