ight next to the Maria Valeria Bridge and 500 m from the city centres of both Slovakia’s Štúrovo and Hungary’s Ostrihom, El Camino Hotel features a restaurant with a bar and a beer garden. Hotel El Camino is 200 m from the Štúrovo bus station, and free private parking is available.
Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel.
Guests can start their day with a buffet breakfast in the morning, and enjoy Hungarian and Italian cuisine served during the day. Barbecue facilities can be provided upon request.
The guests also receive a 20% discount to the Aqusziget Ostrihom reachable within 1 km.
We will prepare a tailor-made offer within 24 hours on weekdays from 8AM to 16PM.
The most famous tourist-marked viewpoint, simply called "Rocks", offers a beautiful view of the confluence of the Hron and the Danube, the town of Štúrovo, the Márie Valérie Bridge, and especially Esztergom with its majestic Classicist basilica representing the third largest church in Europe.
Takzvané Parížske močiare, najväčšie súvislé trstinové močiare na celom Slovensku, sa rozkladajú medzi obcami Gbelce a Nová Vieska v okrese Nové Zámky. Močiare predstavujú jednu z posledných pôvodných, a zároveň jednu najhodnotnejších lokalít vodného vtáctva u nás. Hniezdi tu viac ako 170 druhov vtákov, z ktorých niektoré sa nevyskytujú nikde inde na Slovensku.
The Vadaš Thermal Relaxation Resort is located in the town of Štúrovo near the Slovak-Hungarian border. It is especially in summer that the centre becomes an ideal place for entertainment and relaxation where a number of sports facilities and other amenities are available. resort boasts a large pool called the "Lagoon" that includes artificial waves and whose shape resembles a sea bay.
The Július Barta City Gallery is housed in the building of the former Great Municipal Inn. According to locals, it is the most beautiful and most exposed place in the city, because it is located from the centuries-old plane trees right in the pedestrian zone.
The most recently reconstructed bridge connects Slovakia and Hungary. It was reconstructed after 57 years´ time which was not very positive in terms of friendship of these two states.
The village of Bíňa in the south-east of Slovakia is one of the most important archaeological sites in Slovakia.
Ak ste milovníkmi architektúry, vzácnych historických stavieb či sakrálnych pamiatok, rozhodne by ste nemali vynechať obec Bíňa. Práve tu stojí románska rotunda s maľbami zo začiatku 12. storočia.