In western Slovakia, you will find a great city to explore, Nitra. This is located at the end of the Zobor Mountain at the valley of the Nitra river. The place has an estimated population of about 85,000 and it is the fourth largest city in Slovakia. It is also one of its oldest cities and had the distinction of having the earliest seat of political and cultural events. Because it is located at the north temperate zone, the climate is continental and it experiences four seasons. It is located at the warmest part of the country.
So where do you go about when traveling in the city? First on the list, make sure that you visit the Grand Seminary at Pribina’s Square. There are various religious structures that you can view within the area such as the St. Emmeram’s Cathedral; there is also a Piarist church and religious congregation with Roman Catholic influence that was founded by Saint Joseph Calasanctius.
Even if you are not the religious type, you will get a feast out of good architecture and sights that can fill up your cameras and travel blogs. There are various castles and structures that can be seen in the city that greatly showcase how rich its history and past have been. As you roam about, you can also take a peek at various museums to view the galleries and learn from the artifacts that are proudly displayed at these spots. This will truly be an enriching and amazing experience that will create a great impact on you.