For the beer brand see Šariš (beer). Šariš Brewery ( Slovak: Pivovar Šariš) is the largest Brewery in Slovakia, located in Veľký Šariš near Prešov.
Šariš is the traditional name of a region situated in northeastern Slovakia. Slovakia (long form Slovak Republic; Slovak:, long form, is a Landlocked country in Central Europe with a population of over five million It encompasses the territory of the former (comitatus) Sáros county. A comitatus (vármegye less frequently a comitat, or inaccurately a county; for the various names their origin and use see here) is the name of an Sáros (- Hungarian, Slovak: Šariš, Latin: comitatus Sarossiensis, German: Scharosch) was a historic administrative
Šariš county was created before the 13th century from the comitatus Novi Castri (named after Novum Castrum, today Abaújvár), which also included the later counties Abov and Heves. Abaújvár is a village in Hungary, next to the Slovakian border Abov (Hungarian Abaúj) is historically the Slovak name of a county in the Kingdom of Hungary (see the Abaúj article for that county This article is about the current administrative entity called Heves county The county's territory was situated along Torysa and upper Topľa rivers. Torysa (Tarca is a 129 km long river in eastern Slovakia. Its source is in the Levoča Mountains and it flows through these towns Lipany, Sabinov Topľa is a river in eastern Slovakia and right tributary of Ondava. Its area was 3,652 km² around 1910. The original seat of the county was Šariš Castle and since the 17th century, Prešov. Šariš Castle (SlovakŠarišský hrad are the ruins of a castle situated at top of a hill 6-7 km north-west from Prešov, Slovakia in the traditional region Prešov ( known also by alternative names) is a City in eastern Slovakia.
Šariš region is one of the 21 Slovakia's official tourist regions, however, it isn't an administrative region unlike its predecessor. There are the following official regions for the purposes of tourism in Slovakia: Division until 2004 The districts (okresy completely or partly included in the regions Today, the region is mostly in the Prešov Region, fully including Prešov, Sabinov, and Bardejov districts, and partly including Stará Ľubovňa, Kežmarok, Vranov nad Topľou, Svidník and Stropkov districts. The Prešov Region (in Slovak Prešovský Kraj) is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions. Prešov District ( okres Prešov) is a district in the Sabinov District ( okres Sabinov) is a district in the Prešov Bardejov District ( okres Bardejov) is a district in the Stará Ľubovňa District ( okres Stará Ľubovňa) is a district Kežmarok District ( okres Kežmarok) is a district inthe Vranov nad Topľou District ( okres Vranov nad Topľou) is a district Svidník District ( okres Svidník) is a district in the Stropkov District ( okres Stropkov) is a district inthe A small part of the region is located in the Košice Region, with Košice-okolie, and very small parts of Košice I and Gelnica districts. The Košice Region (Slovak Košický Kraj) is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions. Košice–okolie District ( okres Košice–okolie; Kassa-vidéki járás is a district in the Košice Region of eastern Slovakia around Košice I is a district in the Košice Region of eastern Gelnica District ( okres Gelnica) is a district inthe Košice Major towns in the region include Prešov, Bardejov and Svidník. Prešov ( known also by alternative names) is a City in eastern Slovakia. Bardejov ( Bartfeld Bártfa Bardejów is a town in North-Eastern Slovakia. Svidník (rarely Oberswidnik Felsővízköz before 1907 Felsöszvidnik) is a town in eastern Slovakia, acting as the capital of Svidník District in