TROLIGA BUS, spol. s r.o. presently ranks amongst leading Slovak bus manufacturers. The company manufactures different bus types: urban, low-deck urban and intercity. In the near future these will be supplemented byarticulated, double-deck, low-entryurban buses and CNG suburban (natural gas powered) buses. The buses are made to actual requirements of everyday passengers. Within the frame of its environmental programme the company has been working on the development of a hybrid drive bus and an battery powered bus which will be unique products and not only in terms of their environmental friendliness.Main bus power plants are Cummins engineswhich comply with all applicable EURO standards. Standard capacity of our intercity buses is 51 seated passengers. The company manufactures its buses using its own construction and design engineering capacities. A given is secured service, repair and sale of replacement partsfor the buses. In addition to its new bus development efforts, the company works on continuous improvement of the quality, functionality, comfort and design of its buses with a view to maximum satisfaction of customer requirements. In 2005, the company obtained an ISO 9001:2000 quality certificate.As part of its marketing activities, the company offers a bus lending service for direct bus operation for different transport companies in the Slovak Republic and in neighbouring countries.


The venerable town of Levoča ranks amongst the most beautiful Slovak towns. It is particularly famous for the wood-carving works by Master Pavol of Levoča, especially his St. James altar.The most interesting part of the town is the oblong Master Pavol Square with St. James Parish Church. The church’s interior boasts pieces of the rich medieval sacral art of the Spiš region. At 18.6m it is the world’s highest altar of its kind.The altar was made from basswood between 1508 and 1517 in the shop of Master Pavol who is recognised as the greatest medieval artist of Slovakia. Near the church is the former Levočatown hall with arcades. Only a portal has remained, which preserves its original Gothicstyle. Today, the town hall houses the Museum of the Spiš Region. Another interesting landmark in the town is an Evangelical church built in the classicistic style in the 19th century.On the northern side of the square is an important building where merchants passing through Levoča in the past centuries used to stop, weigh and declare their merchandise. The building is neighboured by the count’s manor. It used to be one of the most spectacular count’s housesin the Kingdom of Hungary. The square is bordered by over 50 burgher houses, many of which are even today referred to bytheir former owners. They include for instance the Thurzo House, the Krupek House, or the Hains House which used to accommodate a lyceum. The city made its record in the history of Slovakia in 1844 when it became the site where the revolutionary song which later becamethe Slovak national anthem was performed for the first time ever. During summer tourist seasons, the town attracts visitors with a performance depicting the story of White Lady of Levoča. Actors wearing contemporary suits narrate the sad story from days gone by in the square near the Cage of Shame and the Evangelical Church. Our manufacturing site and the birthplace of our and your buses is situated right at entrance to Levoča, in the former SAD facility.