A charming city, a real gem of the heritage of royal Slovakia is the city of Prešov. This is where one of the biggest industrial attractions, Solivar, remains.
How to get there?
You can get to Presov by your own or rented car, train, or bus. The car will be faster if there are no long queues at the border. The train to Pryashev departs only from Chop, so you have to make a few extra transfers. The distance from Uzhhorod to Pryashev is 120 km, by bus this distance can be covered in 4 hours. You can buy a ticket to Presov at the international box office of Uzhgorod bus station or Mukachevo bus station, or buy online. To find the best option for the trip you should read the schedule. An international flight involves crossing the border, so do not forget to bring a passport to buy a bus ticket to Presov.
Presov, like Slovakia in general, is rich in accommodation options. The city has a large selection of hostels, hotels and private apartments. Prices range from 22 to 100 euros per day. The average cost of housing is 45 euros. The price is influenced by the number of hotel stars and location. You can learn more about the options and book accommodation online.
In Pryashev you can try not only Slovak cuisine, so food in the restaurant (Asian, Mexican, Italian, French cuisine) will cost approximately 15 euros. In fast food establishments, a snack will cost 5-6 euros. Coffee lovers will have to pay 1.20 euros for espresso and 1.70 euros for cappuccino.
The cost of a single trip on any mode of transport in Presov - 0.5 euros, a day ticket - 3.20 euros, a weekly fare will cost 10.20 euros. The average cost of a taxi ride - from 3 euros, the minimum fare - 1.20 euros. The infrastructure in Pryashev is quite developed, so even a trip by public transport will turn into a mini tour.
You learned all the most important things about this city, so run to pack your things and buy tickets to Pryashev. Slovakia is waiting for you.