Discover the magic of elves in Trnava during a new winter game

Inhabitants used to believe that elves protected their houses.

(Source: Martin Hesko, Trnava Tourism)

Trnava will become a more magical place this winter. The municipality has created a new winter game called Škriatkovo kúzlo (Elf’s Magic), full of the scent of home, mischief and cookies.

With this guide you’re sure to find that “Little Rome” is larger than life and ready to welcome you with open arms (and mead).With this guide you’re sure to find that “Little Rome” is larger than life and ready to welcome you with open arms (and mead). (Source: Spectacular Slovakia)

During the game, players help an elf find a home and go through the most beautiful parts of 'Small Rome'. The game starts at the City tower and is available in Slovak.

Game is for free

This game is unrelated to Mighty Belt, a game played in the streets of Trnava during the summer. The principle of this winter game is easy – wandering in the streets with a mobile in hand will navigate you through the city centre from one window to another.

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