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Airports nearest to Humenne are sorted by the distance to the airport from the city centre.

Presov Airport (distanced approximately 45 km)
Krosno Airport (distanced approximately 84 km)
Falkenberg Rail Airport (distanced approximately 100 km)
Miskolic Airport (distanced approximately 120 km)
Tatry Airport (distanced approximately 120 km)

Key places to visit
Church of All Saints, Humenne castle, Vihorlatske museum, Vihorlat Mountains, Poloniny National Park


Places to Visit

Church of All Saints

Church of All Saints is an important sacral building located in the center of Humenne in northeast Slovakia.The former Franciscan monastery now the parish church of All Saints is the easternmost laid Gothic building in Europe outside the brick Gothic.It is a national monument.The decoration of the church are the stained glass window painter Nicholas Klimcaka, a native of Humenneho.In the church are located the remains of St. Boniface received Humenska Mr.Sigismund II.Drugeth a gift from the Pope in 1677.

Humenne castle

Humenne castle in Humenne the former seat of the dynasty Drughetovcov.The first mention of the castle as the mansions of the 1449th It is assumed that at the turn of the 13th and 14 century stood at the castle as a place of residence landlords - Drugeth who owned the surroundings Humenne and nearby castles) and Andrassy (a permanent exhibition of the history of the castle, science and other expositions and exhibitions).

Vihorlatske museum

The city is Vihorlatske museum and museum.The Fund Vihorlat Museum (building in the Renaissance palace) is more than one hundred thousand pieces of collection items.Among the most valuable items are finds of Celtic coins from Pticieho, finding coins of 17 century of Topola, unique antique arms and armor, baroque icons, valuable paintings and original furniture.Basis of presentation of the museum (since 1971) is a permanent exhibition of "living culture of feudal lords".In 1973 the exhibition was open to recent history.In August 1984 was open to the public exhibition of folk architecture.

Vihorlat Mountains

is a volcanic mountain range in eastern Slovakia and western Ukraine.A part of the range is listed as a World Heritage Site.The Slovak part is 55 km long up to 11 km broad and from 400 to 1,076 m high.It belongs to the Vihorlat-Gutin Area group of the Inner Eastern Carpathian Mountains.The middle part of the mountains is protected by the Vihorlat Protected Landscape Area.The largest lake in the mountain range is Morske oko, which is situated at 618 m AMSL.

Poloniny National Park

is a national park in north eastern Slovakia at the Polish and Ukrainian borders, in the Bukovske vrchy mountain range, which belongs to the Eastern Carpathians.It was created on 1 October 1997 with a protected area of 298.05 km2 and a buffer zone of 109.73 km2.Selected areas of the park are included into Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians UNESCO World Heritage Site.The park is located in the Snina District in the Presov Region.It is adjacent to the Bieszczady National Park in Poland, together they are part of the East Carpathian Biosphere Reserve.

Right Time to Visit

April - August
November - February