Immerse yourself in the field of architecture through significant sites of three countries. Discover Slovakia’s symbolic buildings, starting with Bratislava, the capital and continue to the countryside to Kosice, the World Heritage Sites of Hervartov and Bardejov, the Gothic and Renaissance architecture of North Eastern Slovakia. Arrive in Hungary through the High Tatras and visit its well-known sites in the world-famous wine region of Tokaj and spend a day in Budapest, the pearl of the Danube. Travel via the Lake Balaton, the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe, in the direction of Slovenia, and explore the most famous sites of Joze Plecnik. Plecnik had a major impact on the modern architecture of Prague, but was especially influential in Ljubljana, the capitol of Slovenia. He designed the iconic Triple Bridge and the Slovene National Library and University Library buildings, as well as the Ljubljana open market buildings, the cemetery, parks, plazas, and embankments along the Ljubljanica River. His architectural imprint on Ljubljana has been compared to the impact Antoni Gaudi had on Barcelona.
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