Encompassing a total area of 35, 100 km2, Slany has a population of 15,754. A prime district of the Central Bohemian Region, Slany boasts of a rich historical legacy and cultural ancestry. Located in the geographical area of the Prague Plain, Slany is at a distance of 25 km from the capital of Czech Republic, Prague.
The region of Slany has a well written and documented history which reveals the importance of the place since the ancient period of the year of 1239. The tourists can feel the imperial royalty of the region of Slany from the huge architectural structures of the area that bears relic to the golden past. Some of the prominent historical sites of Slany are:
- St. Gothard Church- Representing the religious fervor of the local inhabitants of Slany, St. Gothard Church is visited by several devotees.
- The Town Hall- A symbol of royalty of the ancient times, the Town Hall attracts several tourists who are thrilled with its architectural splendor.
- The Black Bastion- Upholding the traditional heritage of of Slany, The Black Bastion is another place of tourist interest
Slany offers the local indigenous population of the region with many avenues of entertainment. The Municipal Theatre and the recreational clubs only add to the glory of the region of Slany.