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Slovakia is best explored by rental car. CarhireSaving has over 5 pick-up locations in Slovakia. This means there is always a pick-up location close to your destination.
Slovakia is slowly marking out its territory on the tourist map, offering a welcome alternative to neighbouring countries that have become the latest hotspots. Slovakia's most stunning scenery its mountains, forests and open plains - lie off the beaten track and are best explored by Slovakia hire car. Cheap car hire in Slovakia can be arranged at the airport or in Bratislava.
Bratislava is the nation's capital and it has an interesting cultural heritage and the locals are very welcoming. Within the old town you will find the Municipal Museum and also the Museum of Wine Production. The recently renovated castle overlooking the Danube was originally a Roman Frontier post. The Slovak national Museum and Slovak National Gallery are also nearby.
Budget car rental allows the joyous freedom of exploration, and Slovakia has some spectacular scenery waiting to be discovered. The Vysoke Tatry mountain range is a stunning landscape of mountains, lakes and streams and makes a great backdrop for a summer hike. For rejuvenation head to Trencianske Teplice, to bathe in the thermal swimming pool and hot sulphur springs.
Traditional Slovak crafts include ceramics, wooden carvings and various textile forms from weaving to embroidery. You can find the best selection of souvenirs at ULUV (Slovak Folk Culture) shops, which are mainly located in the old quarters of Bratislava. If you travelling by car hire in Slovakia you can browse shops in other towns such as Kosice, Bardejov or Presov.
Cheap car hire in Slovakia means you can tour around. Daytrips include the Mala Fatra National Park where you can hike in summer and ski in winter, and the Dunajec Gorge on the Polish border. The European Union has mapped a route through central Slovakia linking a number of Gothic sites; maps are available from tourist information offices. This is an interesting day trip for car hire visitors.