Levoca city is situated in the north-east part of Slovakia in Spis region. The city has been built based on successful business history in medieval times. Up to today it has still the classic character of medieval city and that is the reason why it is part of UNESCO heritage. The center of the city is surrounded with 2,5 km fortification system.
The most important attraction is St James’s Church in which is situated with its height 18,6 m one of the biggest Gothic altar in the world. The medieval character of the city is also created by houses around the square and renaissance town hall.
The center of the city is free.
The St James’s Church – 2 Euro and entry is every half or full hour, depends on season.
More information is here.
In surroundings do not miss the Spis castle ruins and Spisske Podhradie village. Also the church in Zehra is very interesting as it is also part of UNESCO heritage.