Komárno is not only the southernmost but also the lowest-lying place in Slovakia. There are a number of acacia groves abound in nectar, willow woods and poplars by the rivers and some smaller sandy hills in the north east part of the region of Komárno.

The territory includes as many as 40 communities and it is one of the most fertile lands in the country and as a result people grow grain, fruits and vegetables. It is famous for its natural reservations with a lot of different species of animals, protected flora and rivers with plent of fish.

The thermal spas which have therapeutic effects are used until late autumn. The region of Komárno provides the tourists with accomodation in five hotels, three guest-houses, three tourist houses and one car camping with a wholeyear's operation.

Komárno is part of the Danubian route as much as the paprika seasoning is part of a fried Danubian dill. Barges, tugboats furrow the river the whole year unless they have to stop bacause of the low water level or ice. The passenger water transport which gives a chance to take in the country more thoroughly is also flourishing.