Tours Slovakia

Slovakia, a country in Central Europe, is a Schengen Area and a member state of European
Union. Landscape of the country is marked by its mountainous nature. Carpathian Mountains
extend across most of the northern half of the country. About two million tourists visit this country
every year. Among others the tourist attractions here inlude natural landscapes, mountains,
caves, medieval castles, towns, folk architecture, spas and ski resorts. High Tetra Mountains are
the major attraction here. Bratislava is the capital, the largest city and a major international airport
beside a few others in the country.

Getting around: Personal and rental autos, taxis, buses, metro, trams, inter-city air, trains and
tour vehicles.

Tourist seasons: High tourist season is from June to August, mid season April, May, September,
October and low season November to March.

Weather: Climatological Information Bratislava, Slovakia, source Slovak Hydrometeorological
Institute. Altitudes and other factors may substantially influence the weather conditions in the
same city, town and neighborhood. Historical data may not be relied on for current conditions.
Visit relevant source for other climate variables.


100mm = 3.9370 inches, 50mm = 1.9685 inches,
25mm = 0.9842 inches, 12.5mm = 0.4921 inches


  1. Climatological information is based on monthly averages for the 30-year period 1971-2000.
  2. Mean number of precipitation days = Mean number of days with at least 1 mm of precipitation.
  3. Precipitation includes both rain and snow.
  4. Attention: Please note that the averaging period for climatological information and the
    definition of "Mean Number of Precipitation Days" quoted in this web site may be different for
    different countries. Hence, care should be taken when city climatologies are compared.

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