Eastern SlovakiaPoland to the north, Ukraine to the east, and Hungary to the south.
BardejovBardejov — center of the Northern Saris region, well preserved town centre is in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
KošiceThe main town with about 250 000 inhabitants. Metropolis of eastern Slovakia, the second largest city in the country with the easternmost Gothic cathedral of the European continent, the oldest in Europe armories assigned to a city, a historic center with the complex of the Cathedral, numerous churches, palaces and museums.
LevočaA well-preserved city center on the list of UNESCO World Heritage list
MichalovceThe second largest city in The Kosice Region and the gateway to the Vihorlat Mountains and Zemplinska Sirava, Slovakia's largest artificial lake providing for many recreational opportunities.
ŽdiarA town in Tatras, with original folk traditions and ethnographic museum.
Pieniny National Park
Poloniny National ParkOne of the few places in Europe where flee wolves (Canis Lupus), brown bears, lynx and bisons live.