The town of Snina, known for its remoteness and unspoiled nature, is a real gem of Europe. It is part of Horní Zemplín and is located in the easternmost part of the Prešov region. It is an economic and administrative center for another 33 municipalities. The whole district of Snina borders Poland in the north, the eastern border is formed by Ukraine, in the south it borders with the district of Sobrance and in the west with the district of Humenné. This easternmost region in Slovakia is a landmark of two world cultures - Roman and Byzantine. Citizens of Slovak, Ruthenian, Ukrainian and other nationalities live on its territory. Many visitors to the city and its surroundings are pleasantly surprised by what all this city provides and how it changes from year to year.