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The historical centre of Košice, whose medieval city walls were removed in the 18th century, is today formed by a nearly one kilometer long promenade lined with exquisite historical buildings, once inhabited by medieval kings and nobility. Together...more
All reviews both sides old town worth a visit few hours stunning architecture tourist information bars and restaurants lots of history nice place to walk cathedral dominates pastry shops relaxing place main street beautiful town state theatre main attractions train station
This place is packed with history, stunning architecture and nice places to eat. There are no crowds, the ambience is incredibly peaceful. A perfect destination if you want to step off the beaten path and see a city that is non-less beautiful than the main...More
A friend of a friend who lives in Kosice, took us for a walking tour of the town on 10 Sept. 2018. The settlement of Kosice goes back to 1230. He explained that the long and narrow pedestrian zone defined by the two parallel roads,...More
Largest historical centre in Slovakia. It is in very good shape, with food culture growing nowadays with dominant St Elisabeth Cathedral and State Theatre Košice in the central part of centre. Takes 1 hour of walk and sightseeing.
We were very impressed with the old town center of Kosiče. Driving into the city and in the outskirts, the architecture is mostly Communist Era with no outstanding buildings or things to see.
So we were really surprised by the beauty of the town center,...More
A very long main street called Hlavna makes your walk through a historical centre amazing. There are a lot of good restaurants, excellent beer producing and selling places, caffes and some shops (the shops are closed on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays). You can walk...More
Only here for a day from our long drive from Bratislava. Fortunately our hotel was just a 2 minute walk from the southern section, we then proceed to stroll through the old town that has typical pedestrianised streets where many modern cafes or bars are...More