Kosice is a city located in the eastern part of Slovakia, at the foot of Black Mountain in the valley of the Hornad River. Kosice is the second largest city of the country and the center of the region with the same name. The population of the city reaches 235 thousand of people.
Kosice is a humble industrial town that can’t boast an abundance of nightlife and trendy shops. However, this picturesque corner of Slovakia has its own charm. Fans of eco-tourism and those, who...
The city is an important trading and industrial center of Slovakia. Here is also located the second largest university of the country.
Tourists will find numerous sights in Kosice with various gothic buildings being the most famous ones. The center of the city features a large pedestrians-only walking zone, where you can see a monumental St. Elizabeth Cathedral. Its building lasted for two centuries, starting from 1378 and up to 1508. The complex of cathedrals also includes Urban Tower and St. Michael Tower. There is a passage to the city’s underground behind this church. In the Medieval there were located protective facilities.
There are fashionable restaurants, pizzerias as well as modest and cozy pubs in Kosice; any gourmet would be able to find a place to have dinner. One of the most prestigious places of the city is the...
Besides visiting these places of interest you may enjoy observing City Theater. In front of its main entrance is located a music fountain. The theatre’s inner decorations are represented by molded ornaments and ceiling paintings made by Gakeb. Behind the theater are located a Town Hall, City Museum, former prison of Kosice and Plague Column.
You can also consider visiting Calvinist Church, Dominican Monastery, the Ursulines Kostel, Jesuit Kostel, Luteran Kirche, Franciscan Monastery, synagogues, and much more.