Destination

LIPTOVSKÁ MARA DAM

The Liptovská Mara dam, often called „The Liptov Sea” is a sought-after tourist destination under the peaks of the Tatras. The largest water reservoir in Slovakia with its numerous possibilities is a real summer holiday hotspot with great possibilities. Yachting, biking, walking, beaches, sightseeing boats, minigolf, windsurfing and many more activities are offered around the dam.

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SPA LÚČKY

The small village of Lúčky is situated in a quiet valley, among the forests of the Choč mountains. The area will be appreciated by all who want to relax and rest undisturbed. The village is known for its medical spa – the healing water of the spa is used to treat gynaecological, neurological and occupational diseases as well as musculoskeletal disorders. The spa has specialist´s offices, medical rehabilitation and physiotherapy is available to the public. The great attraction of the spa in Lúčky, Aqua-Vitel Park features several pools with water attractions and sauna world. The sitting pool is fed by healing…

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LIPTOVSKÝ JÁN

Set in the scenic location of the Janská valley, the village of Liptovský Ján is a gateway to the world of history, architecture, thermal waters, hunting, fishing, hiking and fascinating underground caves. In summer the thermal bath, situated at the entrance of the Janská valley, offers undisturbed relax in four swimming pools with thermal healing water.

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DEMANOVSKÁ DOLINA – JASNÁ

With its length of 15 km, the valley of Demänovská dolina is known as the most famous and most visited valley in the Low Tatras. For a long time, the valley was known only among those who admired its underground beauties – the two world famous caves, the Ice Cave and the Cave of Freedom and some smaller caves form the longest cave system in Slovakia. Real tourism boom followed after the first chair lift to the Chopok peak was built in 1936. Thanks to the ideal ski slopes, breath-taking views, good summer hiking possibilities, amazing flora and fauna and enjoyable…

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STARÝ SMOKOVEC

The oldest settlement in the High Tatras is a key centre and the most significant part of the national park. It was founded in 1793 at the mineral spring which has been refreshing passing tourists until today. It´s the architecture what makes Starý Smokovec special – the dominant feature is the Grandhotel Smokovec, built in 1904 in Art Nouveau style as well as renovated historical villas with the spirit of old times. Hrebienok, an important starting point for hikes and climbs into the heart of the mountains, can be reached after an 8-minute drive by a funicular from Starý Smokovec.

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TATRANSKÁ LOMNICA

The easternmost tourist centre in the High Tatras is located on the foot of Mt. Lomnický štít, the second highest peak in Slovakia. It is a skiing and hiking resort, best known for the cable car to Mt. Lomnický štít, one of the steepest in Europe and remarkable for its lack of support pylons between the two stations. The highest located and steepest slope at Lomnické sedlo (2190 m above sea level) will please even the most demanding skiers.

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ŠTRBSKÉ PLESO

At 1346 meters above the sea level, Štrbské pleso is the highest located village in the High Tatras and belongs to one of the top tourist destinations in the region. It is very popular with tourists who fall in love with the enchanting atmosphere of the pristine mountain lake of glacial origin surrounded by breath-taking peaks. Tourism started here more than 140 years ago – thanks to the great climate and location, Štrbské Pleso became a well-known centre for people suffering from respiratory problems. Apart from leisurely strolls around the lake, the resort is an ideal starting points for many hikes…

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HREBIENOK

Hrebienok (1,285m) is a very popular tourist destination in the High Tatras. The oldest tourist centre Starý Smokovec is a significant crossing station of the town of Vysoké Tatry. From the settlement of Starý Smokovec one can easily get to Hrebienok – a starting point for several tourist trails. Take a funicular from Starý Smokovec to the altitude of 1,272 m and enjoy the same feeling as Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. could when she visited the High Tatras. Hrebienok is a popular starting point for hiking trips to valleys of Veľká and Malá Studená dolina or to Slavkovský štít…

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