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Trencianske Bohuslavice is settled in Northern Slovakia, 120km form Bratislava, in a valley of hills Turecko(351m), Hajnica (341m), and Inovec mountains. It is also place where a small creek Bosacka flows into a river Vah. The village is settled 198m above sea-level.
Nature in the around Trencianske Bohuslavice is nice. Hill Turecko is protected place where are valuable spices of plants and animals. Also, hill Hajnica is protected area by law where grows rare plant called Hlavacik jarny (Adonis Vernalis L.). This plant is possible to find only in two places in the country. Animals in area of the village are very diverse. There is several rare and endanger spices. Because of diversity and numbers of animals, hunting is very popular there.
Trencianske Bohuslavice is known for its archaelogical site. On the north of the village is area where were found skeletons of hunters and mammoth from 23 000 years ago. Moreover, there were found Celt’s gold and silver coins from the first century before Christ.
In the village is Chapel of Virgin Mary in a baroque style from 1763. This chapel has rare fresco paintings on the walls and ceiling also. Chapel has rococo decoration which is one of the most valuable in the Slovakia. Then, there is a glassy coffin with Bohuslav`s body according whom was the village named. In the chapel is one of the mostknown and well preserved organs in a country. In the past there were lots of organ concerts of classical music.
In surroundings of Trenčianske Bohuslavice is possible to hire a bike, ride a horse, paragliding, also for hiking and cycling there are very good lines through several villages and hills to Czech Republic and back. People who like long lines for hiking then they can go from village to Lopeník, Mikulčin vrch or Veľká Javorina. Then, there are sign tourist’s lines to mountains Biele Karpaty. Near the village, 7 km, is area of lakes called Zelená voda /Green Water/ where tourist’s can experience lots of sports activities, lots of events during the summer, disco, concerts, and various competitions. Also, fishing is very popular there. There are several hotels and camp where people can stay in. From the village tourists can do several trips to Haluzice where is ruins of church from 1299; to Beckov where is ruins of castle on a big rock; to Čachtice where is ruins of castle Elizabeth Batory. In the village is every year festival called Žákovic Open. There is many musician groups, lots of good music, lots of fun, many sport activities and other attractions. Every year there is more and more people from whole country. During the festival people can live in a Žakovic hotel which is in area of the festival or camp there.
Then, in the village are two public-houses called U Bobra and Šimlovic Inn. In both of them tourists can drink for very reasonalble prices. These public-houses offer delicious Slovak national drink called Slivovica(strong spirit from plumbs), Marhulovica(spirit from apricots), Hruskovica(spirit from pears, and Ceresnovica(spirit form cheries). Then, tourists can ask for pints of different Slovak beers, Slovak Coca Cola called Kofola, and real Vinea (a grapy non-alcoholic drink).