Visit Košice Region

The Kosice Region of Slovakia is an area rich in culture and history, located in the east of the country. Filled with charming towns, there are many interesting sites to explore. The city of Kosice itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination, offering visitors a range of attractions including St. Elisabeth's Cathedral and the Kosice State Theatre. Active travelers will enjoy hiking or skiing in nearby Slovak Paradise National Park or exploring nearby Spis Castle, one of the largest castle complexes in Europe.

The region also has a fascinating history that dates back centuries; it was first settled during Roman times and has been part of various empires throughout its past including Hungary and Austria-Hungary. It was even home to some influential scientists such as physicist Jan Czochralski who discovered crystal pulling while studying at the University of Kosice! No matter how you choose to spend your time here, you won't be disappointed by all that this area has to offer!