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Day 18
12h 34m
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8,336 km
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Travel Tips

Of course! Here are some travel tips for your visit to Trnava, Trencin, Zvolen, and Levice, renowned for their rich history, beautiful castles and cosy atmospheres:
Best Time to Visit:
The best times to visit Slovakia are during the spring (April until June) and the autumn (September and October) when the weather is mild and the countryside looks its best.
Route and Accessibility:
Slovakia's transportation network is accessible, reliable and affordable, including trains and buses connecting major towns. Renting a car can be more viable if you're planning to cover more remote areas.
Altitude and Acclimatization:
These Slovakian towns are not at significant altitudes, so no particular acclimatization plans are necessary. However, if you plan to go hiking in the Tatra mountains, gradual acclimatization is needed.
Accommodation and Booking:
It's advisable to book your stay in advance. You'll find everything from luxury hotels to budget accommodations in these towns.
Clothing and Essentials:
Pack according to the weather. Summers are generally warm, so light clothing is fine, but always carry a rain jacket. Winters can be cold, so warm clothing is necessary. Comfortable walking shoes are a must for exploring the cities.
Health and Safety:
Make sure you have health insurance that covers you overseas and always carry some essential medicines and first aid kit. Slovakia is known for being quite safe, but still, it's always good to stay vigilant.
Local Etiquette and Respect:
Politeness and respect for traditions is highly appreciated. When visiting churches, appropriate clothing is advised (shoulders and knees should be covered). A small tip (around 10%) is usually expected in restaurants. Refrain from discussing sensitive topics like politics.