About the region

The Tatras mountain region is the pride of Slovakia.

The region (including the highest mountain range of Slovakia – the High Tatras and one of the nicest
corners of Slovakia – the spectacular Liptov region) with 50 peaks over 2000 m above the sea level
forms a natural border with Poland and hosts two natural parks.

Since 1993, the Tatras have been declared a biospheric reserve by UNESCO.

The Tatras are often called „the smallest alpine mountains in Europe”. Here you will find a pristine natural environment, modern but tasteful mountain resorts, medieval castles and towns and wooden folk architecture. Some of these are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Tatras mountain region is a green natural playground with a charming variety of nature, history and attractions in a small, accessible, safe territory.

Venues

ŠTRBSKÉ PLESO

TATRANSKÁ LOMNICA

STARÝ SMOKOVEC

POPRAD

SPIŠSKÁ SOBOTA

LIPTOVSKÝ MIKULÁŠ

RUŽOMBEROK

DEMANOVSKÁ DOLINA – JASNÁ

LIPTOVSKÝ JÁN

SPA LÚČKY

LIPTOVSKÁ MARA DAM

Region in numbers

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90 km

Ski slopes

1 150 km

Bike routes

1 800 km

Hiking trail

230

Groomed cross

(country ski tracks)
36 000

Beds in hotels and pensions

50

Peaks over 2000 m a.s.l.

2655 m a.s.l.

Highest peak in the High Tatras

(Mt. Gerlach)
2024 m a.s.l.

Highest peak in the Low Tatras

(Mt. Chopok)
4

Famous caves

5

Thermal swimming pools and aquaparks

Places of interest