Silica
Silica ice-cave is located southwest of the village of Silica on the Silica Plain in Slovak Karst. The cave  included with Gombasecká cave form one continual subterranean system moulded by the Čierny brook.  The abyss of the cave is freely accessible from marked hiking trails that start from the car park before the village of Silica. The Silica ice-cave - among 12 caves of the Slovak Karst - is recorded in the world heritage list of UNESCO.

Koąice
Serving as the residence of both the Catholic and the Lutheran bishops, Koąice, with its monuments and museums, offers a full day’s program for visitors. The main tourist attractions of the city are the Koąice Cathedral, the St. Mihály Chapel, the palatial homes of the nobles, the 19th century bourgeois houses, museums etc. Most of these are located along its roughly 800m long, spindle-shaped, main street – or in its immediate vicinity; they can be easily covered on foot.
Krásna Hórka
The castle was built before 1320 on cone-shaped hill, at a height of 490 m above sea level. The reason of construction of medieval defending castle Krásna Hórka was to ensure a safe passage of the traders from Transylvania to the towns of the Spią region.
Veµký Blh
  Its castle, Balogvár, built at the end of the 13th century, probably survived until the ‘kuruc’ period – ie the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. The ruins of this medieval castle can be seen in the former hunting park of the Koháry Mansion, above the settlement.

Trebiąov
  The mansion was constructed from the stone remains of an earlier castle, around the 1780’s, by the Csáky family. The Empire-Classicist style mansion came into the possession of the Andrássy family during the first half of the 19th century. It gained its present appearance as a result of the rebuilding carried out during their tenure.

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