Tourist train is back in Nitra streets

Nitra attracts tourists mainly for its rich history, beautiful castle area, Zobor hill, paths along the river, Sihoť Park and other beautiful places.

(Source: TASR)

A green-blue train is taking tourists on a sightseeing tour this summer in Nitra, which is possible to explore also with our travel guide.

The train takes tourists through the town of Nitra, where it is possible to find the largest concentration of historical monuments and other city attractions.

There is an audioguide that will describe the sights in three languages – Slovak, English and French.

Nitra attracts tourists mainly for its rich history, beautiful castle area, Zobor Hill, the paths along the river, Sihoť Park and other beautiful places.

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