Situated in Nitra, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Agrokomplex Nitra, Nitra Synagogue, and Pribinovo Namestie. Nitra Castle and Slovak Agricultural Open-Air Museum are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Situated in Levice, this hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Dudince Catholic Church, Dudince Evangelical Church, and Historic Roman Baths. Black Death Column and Corgon are also within 25 mi (40 km).
Located in the heart of Nitra, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nitra Synagogue and Pribinovo Namestie. Nitra Castle and Agrokomplex Nitra are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Nitra, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nitra Synagogue, Pribinovo Namestie, and Nitra Castle. Agrokomplex Nitra and Slovak Agricultural Open-Air Museum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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Budapest is located around 55 miles to the southeast of Lok, and Bratislava sits 60 miles to the west.
Historic Roman Baths, located just 20 miles outside of Lok, is an unforgettable natural attraction that every tourist should see.
Donovaly Snow Park is where you should be during the winter months. It's just 60 miles from the centre of Lok.
Try to get out to Zlate Moravce. It's roughly 14 miles away from Lok, and where you can find Black Death Column and Corgon. That said, Santovka is 14 miles away. Start by visiting Dudince Evangelical Church and Dudince Catholic Church.
To get to Slovak Agricultural Open-Air Museum, Pribinovo Namestie and Nitra Castle, make your way northwest from Lok for 15 miles to Veľký Lapáš. Don't head back until you've also experienced Nitra Synagogue and Agrokomplex Nitra.
Dining out is about more than just filling your stomach. It's a sneak peek into a region's soul.
An excellent meal relies upon the quality of its components. Luckily, the potatoes and cabbage here are second-to-none.
Bryndzové halušky (gnocchi with sheep cheese) and kapustnica (cabbage soup) are two dishes worth ordering.
No meal is complete until you've had a little something sweet. štedrák (layer cake) is sure to do the trick.
Satisfy your thirst with a round of cold, crisp beer. Smädný mních is right up there with the best of them.
If you find yourself in the mood for a non-alcoholic beverage, a nice option is kofola (soft drink).
You'll probably see a few locals enjoying a glass of bošácka slivovica (plum brandy), a much-loved spirit here.
To add another element to your meal out, how about a regional wine? Welschriesling is a superb drop that can match almost any dish. If you'd prefer something else, try Blaufränkisch.
Cross the cultural divide by making use of a handful of common phrases in Slovak during your visit. Všetko najlepšie means happy birthday. How are you? is another good one to be familiar with, so try pronouncing Ako sa máš.
A vibrant national celebration, Constitution Day is something that you shouldn't miss. It takes place on the 1st of September.
Unfortunately, every vacation eventually must come to an end. As the curtain closes on your Lok adventure, say "Dovidenia", spend your remaining euros, and reflect upon all the wonderful adventures you've had.
M.R.Stefanika Airport is the nearest airport at 60 miles to the west, so just make sure you get there well before your boarding time.
Expedia's extensive booking page currently shows no vacancies in Lok, however, there are accommodation options within driving distance. The Business Hotel Astrum Laus in Kalna nad Hronom, for example, is only 4 miles away.