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Spas, Baths & Hot Springs
This hulking communist-era structure on the central pedestrian promenade (al Nowotarskiego) looks more like a retro- futuristic airport terminal (c 1965) than a spa colonnade...
This atmospheric old-style pub is divided into two sections: an informal family-friendly part with picnic tables on one end and a slightly more upscale dining area with wood-beamed ceilings, lace tablecloths and beau...
The Góra Parkowa funicular railway is a fun family outing. The bottom station is near the northern end of the promenade in Park Zdrojowy. Cars depart every 15 minutes; the ascent of 142m takes less than three minutes...
A little bit out of the centre but more exciting than the funicular, this cable-car system consists of 55 six-person cars that run from the bottom station in the Czarny Potok Valley, about 6km west of the centre of K...
This is a great spot for coffee and cakes, and offers a free and reliable wi-fi connection. It’s just opposite the Main Pump Room at the northern end of the Old Spa House (Stary dom zdrojowy ).
Museums & Galleries
Health & Wellness
Crisp salads, juicy steaks, stuffed trout... the food is flamboyant and with a glut of influences from the Scandinavian to the French – as modern as Bardejov is ancient...
No joke: this restaurant in the homonymous pension really is built into the football stadium – and it really does serve good food, in well-to-do sports social club-type environs...
An atmospheric, Italianesque restaurant dishing up wood-fired pizzas. The local fave.
The interior of this 15th-century basilica is packed with 11 Gothic altarpieces, built from 1460 to 1510. Each has thorough explanation in English.
There are two local branches of the Šariš Museum worth seeing. Centre square, the Town Hall contains altarpieces and a historical collection. Built in 1509, it was Slovakia's first Renaissance building...
The 1509 town hall houses the Historical Exposition (Historická expozícia)...
There are two branches of the Šariš museum on the square. At the Icon Exposition you can see more than 160 dazzling icons from the 16th to 19th centuries...
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